INTERNATIONALLY-renowned doctor in the diagnosis and treatment of men’s health issues, Dr Harry Fisch, has released a new book based on his research and studies of sex between adults.
The average time, Dr Fisch found, when using his research and previous sex studies was that men in general last for 7.3 minutes during sex, with an “astonishing” 43 per cent of studied acts completed within two minutes.
Writing for the website the Nerve, Dr Fish said:
“There have been studies in which couples consented to be scientifically observed having sex, and one of the observers timed each session with a stopwatch to make a fairly accurate assessment about the length of the coupling. Not surprisingly, there is an extremely large variation in the time it takes a couple to have sex, ranging from the excessively short (about two minutes or less, which famed sex researcher Alfred Kinsey dryly noted was a “frequent source of marital conflict”) to the “Are you done yet?” (over forty minutes).”
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