I thought that might get your attention.
Sex has become a contentious issue. And one that we are all talking about.
Bottoms Off And on the Table recently bemoaned her failing sex drive and the comments show she isn't alone.
One of my first posts was about the pressure we (or rather he) is under to perform like Ron Jeremy, for a few days each month. Whether he feels like it or not.
But now I find a couple of days a month just isn't enough.
A book I am reading at the moment says:
"Couples not using contraception have, on average, about an 18% chance of conceiving normally ... Couples having sex more than twenty times a month have around a 35% chance."
(A Child Against All Odds, Robert Winston, 2007, my review here).
I know that at the moment the issue of whether we do, or don't have sex is immaterial given that I still have three months of the coil to go, but back in the day when I hoped for conception the traditional way, and as soon as possible, I figured out a way to develop an olofactory on-switch for the husband.
For further details read my Fertility Authority post - The Sweet Smell Of Success ...