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Women want sex before bed, while men want it in the morning: Study

According to a new survey, women like to get intimate with their partners at 11.21 pm, right before before going to sleep, whereas men usually like get frisky in the morning, at 7.54 am, to be exact.

sex and relationships Updated: Apr 30, 2015 17:32 IST
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Men and women want sex at completely different times of the day. According to a new survey, women like to get intimate with their partners at 11.21 pm, right before before going to sleep, whereas men usually like get frisky in the morning, at 7.54 am, to be exact.

The survey conducted by a sex toy brand Lovehoney examined 2,300 people and observed that 78% of men and 69% of women desire sex at different times of the day, the Mirror reported.

The researcher found that 28% of men want to go between the sheets in morning between 6am and 9am, and making 7.54am as the most popular time, but only 11% of women want to have sex in the morning as ideally women's desire levels rise through the day and reach their peak between 11pm and 2am; interestingly though, evenings are appropriate for only 16% of men.

Richard Longhurst, co-owner of Lovehoney said that different sex drives have been observed between men and women, but most people tend to find sexual happiness in the end with a partner with similar needs.