STUDY: The Elections Are Negatively Impacting Women’s Sex Lives

STUDY: The Elections Are Negatively Impacting Women’s Sex Lives

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In a recent (and not at all representative) survey of 928 women using Kindara, a women’s reproductive health app, 19 percent of Democratic women and 9 percent of Republican ones reported the elections having a negative impact on their sex lives.

We’re not sure if that means they’re having less sex or just worse sex, but either way, it’s just another reason to look forward to the end of a stressful election season — bangin’ orgasms 2016!

It’s hardly news that stress kills sex drives, but another interesting find from the survey: Democratic women are twice more likely than Republicans to date someone with a different political party affiliation. Interesting…

(featured image via Kiersten Marie)

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