Marriage Spells Death to the Lady's Libido
Greek researchers found that married women are more likely to complain about lack of libido than their single counterparts, according to a report in Greece's Kathimerini newspaper.
The figures, released Tuesday by the Center for Sexual and Reproductive Health (KESAY) in Thessaloniki found that married women complained about their diminished sex drive 40 percent more than single gals.
The center used data from some 3,500 phone calls made to its helpline since 1998 for the study. KESAY also found that only a third of the women who complained about a low sex drive told their doctor about the problem.