Did you know that sex time between and women differ?

A new study shows that most women get horny in the evening while their male counterparts feel frisky in the morning.

Differences in sex time between sexes explained

According to dailymail, there is a new study that shows that women experience their highest sex drive at 11.21pm while but men prefer sex more than 15 hours earlier at 7.54am.

This study says that regardless how busy women are during the day, they are their most freaky between 11pm and 2am.

This inconsistency between the times of passion between men and women might explain the sexual problems and frustrations couples experience.

Check out the sex time chat based on the findings of the study.

Men                 Women

6am-9am            28%                 11%

9am-1pm            10%                  9%

1pm-4pm            5%                    8%

4pm-6pm            3%                    4%

7pm-8pm            5%                    6%

8pm-9pm            10%                  9%

9pm-11pm          18%                  22%

11pm-2am          16%                  25%

2am-6am             3%                   3%

What do you think about this,can you relate?


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