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Most of my single British friends, on the other hand, have curiously remained just that: single. These are attractive, intelligent, successful people in their thirties, who - try as they might - just can't seem to find the right mate.
Seeing nothing wrong with these single friends, I had hoped theirs was simply a run of bad dating luck.
Indeed, much of the culture can be divided along "his" and "her's" lines. Now that I'm a little older (and a handful of failed relationships wiser), I have abandoned my fantasies of being rescued in favour of an equal partnership.
This, according to Laumann's study, is the key to a long and happy romantic future.
My libidinous homeland, on the other hand, scored a much-healthier 66.1 per cent, just behind Austria and above Sweden.
The study found what everyone in a marriage or long-term relationship already knows: that sexual satisfaction can almost always be measured in direct correlation to relationship happiness. Since returning to Canada a couple of years ago, my romantic life has improved - and drastically.
In a recent interview, he said that in relationships based on equality, couples tend to focus on each other's pleasure.
However, in male-centred cultures, sex is seen as strictly for reproduction.
" Baffled and lonely in my adopted country, I came up with the following possible theories as to why English blokes showed so little love: a) many went to boarding school at an early age, thus forfeiting essential affection from their mothers, leaving them all but incapable of intimacy with women; b) many drink too much, leaving them all but incapable of intimacy with women; c) they are repressed homosexuals; d) they simply don't like women.Britain was the world's first industrialized country and its economy remains one of the largest still to this day.It is both a key global player diplomatically and militarily.The need for long-term sexual satisfaction has never been more prevalent.Prof Laumann's study also shows that people all over the world are having longer sex lives - the vast majority reported being sexually active well into middle-age and into their eighties."The baby boomers are bringing a, let's call it, 'revitalised' attitude towards sexuality, where they're not content just to sit in a rocking-chair and watch the world go by," says Edward Herold, professor emeritus at the University of Guelph in Ontario.