and Trojan Bring You: Confessions of Sexually Active Parents

What did our parents have to say about their sex lives? Check out YourTango's infographic for details!


YourTango is kicking off their Confessions of Sexually Active Parents campaign with a bang! They recently surveyed over a thousand sexually active (or inactive) parents and produced an awesome infographic showing the results. What did our parents have to say about their sex lives? YourTango is eager to share all their tips, tricks and code words, check out some of the results:

As it turns out, sex and pleasure are still a priority to most parents, with 40% admitting that if given an extra hour each day, they would spend it having sex with their partner! (Time to invest in a babysitter, wouldn’t you say?)

It’s no surprise that busy schedules (27%), the need for extra sleep (25%), and the kiddos always being around (21%) prevents parents from having sex as often as they’d like, but even faced with these challenges, we found that they’re still finding ways to get creative.

Proof: Clever parents are using code words to refer to bedtime activities. “Back rubs” and “business meetings” take on entirely new meanings in certain households!

Click here to see the full infographic!

Also, while your there, be sure to check out some other of our favorite YourTango posts:

Bring Some Life Back Into the Bedroom with These Expert Techniques!
11 Oral Sex Positions to Knock Your Socks Off
15 Subtle Ways Guys Say ‘I Love You’
Bet You Can’t Guess the Best Sex Position for the Female Orgasm
Redefining Foreplay – Here’s How to Turn Each Other on Outside the Bedroom


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  1. We agree completely with Margaret Wylde on her comments. We have recently designed two retirement communities that seamlessly blends 55+, independent and assisted living and Alzheimer's into a single community located around a "Main Street" that is shared with neighboring communities to minimize the sense of isolation.

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