The study of sex and relationships from the past has grown considerably and continues to raise more questions for the future. It has been noted that since the ancient times, sexual frequency declines with age among "couples". In the book, "Sex and Relationships," by John P. Elia there is an interesting analogy of the decline of sexual frequency, "A decline in sexual frequency over the course of a relationship and over the course of one’
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sexual frequency in newly married couples than couples married for more than a year. Studies also show that age is another factor that has negatively effected sexual frequency. Married couples that fertilize and have children find themselves giving more time to their children and less time for themselves and their spouse. The decline of sexual frequency is a long process that involves many factors, some that we have considered, others we have yet to discover.