Here's a thought for you: ask a hundred men how hard they work, then ask their wives about their orgasms.
In this research, reported at the conference of the American PsychologicalAssociation, people who performed very well at work also tended to perform best in the bedroom.
This is good news for workaholics, but let's think about some possible problems with this idea:
- High performers are more competitive – is sex a competition?
- Are the wives of high performers more likely to lie in a sexual satisfaction survey?
- Is the guilt of working every hour compensated in the bedroom?
- Can sexual satisfaction really be measured by asking questions about “the frequency and intensity of orgasm” and taking measurements on the “intimate scales”?
- How long will a relationship around the bedroom last?