Women may want more sex than their husbands or partners think. New research by psychologists at the University of Toronto and the University of Western Ontario, published earlier this month in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology , found that men in long-term relationships often underestimate how often their wives or girlfriends want to be intimate. The research consists of three studies, following a total of long-term couples, most of whom are heterosexual. The sample of homosexual couples was too small to be statistically significant, the researchers say. Participants ranged in age from 18 to 68 years old; the couples had been together six years on average, and they reported they had sex an average of one to two times a week. And in study three, couples kept a diary for three weeks, reporting on the same three issues.
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A pilot killed Monday in a Kentucky plane crash has been identified as a Clay County man. An initial crash report from Florida Highway Patrol shows the truck the victims were in ran off the road while attempting to pass another vehicle. A new program inside the Clay County jail is helping military veterans who are now inmates get the skills they need to re-enter society. FHP: 3 people dead in fiery crash in Clay County An initial crash report from Florida Highway Patrol shows the truck the victims were in ran off the road while attempting to pass another vehicle. Clay County jail program offers incarcerated veterans skills to re-enter society A new program inside the Clay County jail is helping military veterans who are now inmates get the skills they need to re-enter society. Narcotics deputies raid Middleburg home, arrest 2.
Garry Leonard, for his part, seeks to read the short story through the concepts of Lacanian lack and the veiled phallus. He consequently sees Joe as the failing male figure while reinvesting something of the castrating female in the character of Maria. The text remains open, no matter how hard the critic tries to press meaning into or out of it. The effects of the closure of meaning, such as the allegorical reading of Maria as the Virgin Mary or as the Wicked Witch, are critical gestures. Seductive, yet fraudulent ploys, they are decoys that ultimately leave the reader pondering the question of the referent.
He turns me over, which is his favorite way to come. My eyes, fully adjusted to the darkness now, focus on the dent forming between my headboard and the wall. I have come to crave these nights with Clay.