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There is a common misconception that on average a man thinks about sex every few seconds.  But not even Kinsey could really pin point how often men really think about sex. In Kinsey’s research  54% of men think about sex everyday or several times a day and 43% a few times per month or a few times per week, and 4% less than once a month. Such sex statistics are interesting sex information assembled from several sex surveys specifically on the male demographic. These sex statistics focus on male issues from sexual health, intercourse, and the sexual relationships. These sex statistics are only to be used to extract useful information that you may find interesting and for personal use.

  • For men,

28 percent of reported problem was premature ejaculation,
15 percent rated themselves as lacking interest in sex,
10 percent said they had problems attaining or maintaining an erection.
 (Living and Loving with Low Libido by Sandra Pertot)

  • Male partners of menopausal women

82 percent believe sex is either "very important" or "somewhat important" to their relationship.
18 percent believe it is "not very important" or "not important at all."
(Harris Interactive Sexual Communications Sex Survey)

  • The NHSLS study reported that 49 percent of men 40-44 years of age, 48 percent 45-49 years of age, 57 percent 50-54 years of age, and 49 percent 55-59 years of age felt guilty after masturbation. (National Health and Social Life Sex Survey, p. 82)
  • The NCOA study reported that men 60 and older (56 percent) were more likely than women 60 and older (25 percent) to say that they would like to have sex more often than they do now. (The National Council on Aging Study, "Healthy Sexuality and Vital Aging," p. 6