Men And Women Feel Horny At Totally Different Times Of The Day

This information might just salvage your sex life.
PHOTO: Nick Onken

You know how sometimes, you really want to get it on, but your partner seems less than enthusiastic about the idea? And then other times, it’s the complete opposite? Well, good news: that’s *totally* normal.

A sex toy company, Lovehoney, conducted a survey that polled 2,300 people and the findings explain so much about why couples’ libidos are often out of sync from one another: “Men reported that they prefer to start their day off right with a little nookie between 6 and 9 a.m., while women preferred to wind down with some lovemaking between 11 p.m. and 2 a.m.”

And if you want specifics: men are horniest at 7:54 in the morning, and women are horniest at 11:21 at night. LOL!

Though we know that no one really looks at the clock whenever they get horny—arguably, the best kind of sex is spontaneous—there is some merit in this discrepancy because 70 percent of women admitted to having a partner “whose sex drive was a major mismatch with their own,” with timing as one of the reasons.

Plus, everyone knows that when it comes to women, it’s not just about physical compatibility, but also their psychological state. Are you comfortable? Do you feel sexy? How confident are you in yourself and in your relationship? These are just a few things to consider.

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