Success Equals Less Sex for Women, Says New Dating Study

Every woman wants to have it all, but can ambition and sexual satisfaction exist in the same relationship? A new study conducted by millionaire-dating site, SeekingMillionaire.com, reveals that 74 percent of successful women are having not only less sex, but are also generally less satisfied than the average woman.

The website polled 3,419 successful women, with three out of four women who earn at least a six figure salary, reporting less sexual encounters than the average woman.

Study Results:

  • 18 -29 Year Olds Making Six Figures average 66 sexual encounters per year (based on . 472 successful women) Kinsey Institute Data: 112 times per year.
  • 30 -39 Year Olds Making Six Figures average 47 sexual encounters per year (based on . 2035 successful women). Kinsey Institute Data: 86 times per year.
  • 40 – 49 Year Olds Making Six Figures average 25 sexual encounters per year (based on 914 successful women). Kinsey Institute Data: 69 times per year.

“The ties that bind a man and a woman are altered when the roles are reassigned,” says Brandon Wade, Founder and CEO of SeekingMillionaire.com. “Traditionally, a man acts as the provider in a relationship. But when a woman takes on that role, the need for a man greatly diminishes and a woman will become more selective when seeking a potential sexual partner than her male counterparts.”

The study also showed that successful women aren’t just having less sex, but also find themselves less fulfilled. In general, only 21 percent of successful women consider themselves “very satisfied sexually”. According to a similar study conducted by the American Journal of Medicine, on average 40 percent of women find themselves “very satisfied sexually”. 36 percent of successful women admit to being “dissatisfied sexually”.

SeekingMillionaire.com is the premier dating website for those women seeking equally successful partners. The website boasts more than one million members worldwide with over 100,000 eligible male millionaires in its ranks.

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