Hey, guys, want more sex? Take off that cooking apron. According to a University of Washington study, couples in which men help out with "girlie" chores have significantly less sex than couples who stick to a traditional division of labor: women cook and clean, men tackle the yard work and car maintenance. Sociologists surveyed about 4,500 heterosexual married couples, reporting that couples overall had sex an average of five times a month, but that couples with traditional chore division had sex 1.6 times per month more than their equal opportunity counterparts. Before you put away that iron, hubbies, note that not helping at all can put a serious dent in wives' marital satisfaction. [Source]
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