Research says couple sex is more satisfying than casual sex; married men have sex twice a week (if he isn't out stationed weekly or quarterly), once if he's single, and about 3 times if he's single and sleeping over. Couples who "get jiggy" frequently stay coupled longer. Problem is, access to sex doesn't make it problem-free. Satisfying sex, whatever your benchmarks, builds emotional bridges and makes you come back for more. But no one has satisfying sex all the time.
July statistics in Singapore’s Today share that almost 28,000 couples wed in 2012 compared to 2011, a 2.5 per cent jump. But males and females over 45 years divorcing jumped to 39 per cent and 25 per cent, respectively. Did intimacy and sex problems play wingman to the breakdown?
The need for sex is as individual a preference as someone having a fetish for sheep's eyeballs. Although some Singaporean and Asian women are more guarded than their western peers, sex issues don't discriminate against race, language or color. They usually manifest as fixable issues, serious medical conditions or stem from emotional and physiological triggers. Though taboo, sex problems are on the rise. Here's why some women who "get lucky," get sexually frustrated.