Study: It's not an orgasm problem - people who have trouble really need to focus on arousal and sexual touchQuicklink submitted by Amanda Lang Permalink
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|Think back to the most recent time you had sex. How much did you kiss each other on the mouth, forehead or hand? Hug or spoon with your partner? Run your hands up and down one another's back or chest? Kiss the length of your partner's arms or legs? Did you lay your head on your partner's chest? Did your partner run his or her fingers through your hair?
These are the kinds of sexual touch this new study, conducted by Dr. Adena Galinsky at the University of Chicago, focused on. She analyzed data from the 2005-2006 National Social Life Health and Aging Project, which surveyed about 3,000 women and men in the United States ages 57 to 85. Galinsky focused on a specific subsample of about 1,300 women and men who reported having had sex at least once in the past year in her quest to understand the relationship between sexual touching -- and the difficulties men and women experience...
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