Study reveals how many times people are having sex

A study has revealed how many times certain age groups should be having sex.

The Kinsey Institute for research in Sex Reproduction and Gender, who completed the study, found people aged between 18 and 29 are having sex the most, with the average of 112 sex sessions per year or twice a week, according to Mirror Online.

Aged between 30 and 39, the amount of sex apparently declines according to the study, with people have sex roughly around 1.6 times a week.

And those in the 40 to 49 age group only manage to have sex 69 times per year.

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    1. Avatar Duncan Muchina March 7th, 2013 at 10:04 pm


  1. Avatar Gitau Wa Wangeci March 8th, 2013 at 5:34 am

    One thing I ask: Kidero should not implement CORD manifesto. It will ruin the city. He should come up with his own, oriented to business and sustenance.

    1. Avatar Gitau Wa Wangeci March 8th, 2013 at 5:36 am

      With his business experience, he know how hard we find it to do business in this city. He should de-regulate Nairobi economy and focus more on infrastructure and security. The rest, we market participants., can provide for each other. Kudos Kidero!

  2. Avatar John Timambo March 8th, 2013 at 8:15 am

    One needs only to look keenly and will pick out the wonderful development blue print in CORD manifesto which befits Nairobi. Probably Gitau may not like CORD leader but i believe the ideas in the manifesto are brilliant

  3. Avatar Katherine Getao March 8th, 2013 at 10:13 am

    This is a signal that Nairobi residents want professional, business-oriented leadership. I wish Evans Kidero the best and trust that he will address unemployment, slum upgrading, environmental and wildlife issues, and green spaces for our children as some of the social issues. On the economic front I believe that Nairobi can become the air transport, ICT innovation, financial services and business-oriented tourism hub for the region. We also have an opportunity to become a model of ease-of-doing-business excellence using ICTs. I don’t care whose manifesto the ideas come from – let’s just support the governor to achieve this and we will all benefit.

    1. Avatar Richardiba March 8th, 2013 at 4:42 pm

      Very good sentiments indeed. I would, however, like to see Nairobi specialize in a few areas and have some of the other functions transferred elsewhere. Kenya lags behind because for the longest time our policy has required that everything BE PLACED IN NAIROBI. It is high time that other sectors were sent to other cities (or locales) to distribute the opportunities and development all over the country, especially (but not limited to) TOURISM, ICT, ALTERNATIVE TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION


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