People often change—marriages rarely do. There is an economic story here, one that is very familiar to me personally.
Marina Adshade Ph.D. is an author, columnist, and keynote speaker on the economics of gender, sex, and love. She holds a faculty appointment at the Vancouver School of Economics at the University of British Columbia.
The median married adult between the ages of 40 and 60 has sex once a week, whereas the median single adult that age has sex only once per month.
The research is part of a disturbing trend in evolutionary psychology away from trying to simply describe how humans do behave toward making a case for how humans should behave.
First of all, it’s not a crisis that U.S. women are producing fewer children. And to the extent that it’s a thing, men are just as much to “blame” as women.
A new survey about men going without has gone viral. Don’t believe the hype.