Married woman having sex in gothenburg
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Pensioners enjoying sex life in their 70s
Pensioners enjoying sex life in their 70s - Telegraph
Over the last 30 years the number of year-olds reporting that they have sex has increased among both sexes, the research published online by the British Medical Journal said. Nils Beckman and colleagues from the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, studied attitudes to sex in later life among four representative samples of 70 year olds in Sweden, who they interviewed in —2, —7, —3, and —1. In total, over 1, people aged 70 years were interviewed about different aspects of their sex lives including sexual problems, marital satisfaction and sexual activity. In the most recent interviews 98 per cent of married year-old men said they had sex but only 56 per cent of married women of the same age said they had sex. Fat and skinny men less fertile research finds. Quarter of over 50s 'cheat on their partner'.
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Prostitution in Sweden
The laws on prostitution in Sweden make it illegal to buy sex, but not to sell the use of one's own body for such services. Procuring and operating a brothel remain illegal. The criminalization of the purchase of sex, but not the selling of one's own body for sex, was unique when first enacted in Sweden in
A local official in Sweden has a novel proposal to improve work-life balance and lift the local birthrate: give municipal employees an hourlong paid break each week to go home and have sex. Sweden is already celebrated for its generous welfare state , including days of paid parental leave , universal health care and a common ritual of coffee and pastry, known as fika , which is considered sacrosanct. In introducing his proposal this week, he told fellow members of the town council that it would give a nudge to the dwindling local population, add spice to aging marriages and improve employee morale. Muskos suggested that local municipal employees could use an hour of the workweek already allotted for fitness activities to go home and have sex with their spouses or partners instead.
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