Want to improve your sex life? A recent study in the National Bureau of Economic Research shows that couples who have a TV in their bedroom have about 6 per cent less sex than those who don’t. Removing distractions can help improve your focus in many areas, including magick, so it seems reasonable that it would also help with sex magick.
Researchers Adrienne Lucas and Nicholas Wilson analyzed information from 4 million people across 80 countries and 5 continents, adjusting their findings for household wealth, age and education. “Our findings are consistent with people demonstrating some willingness to substitute electronic companionship for human companionship,” states Nicholas Wilson, an associate professor of economics at Reed College in Portland, Oregon.
It seems wise to restrict one’s distractions to rooms where sex magick doesn’t take place. But then, sex can happen anywhere, can’t it? So focus on what you’re doing and turn off the electronics, perhaps.
Want to learn more?
- Does Television Kill Your Sex Life? Microeconometric Evidence from 80 Countries (abstract)
- Couples With This Piece Of Decor In Their Room Have Less Sex
- A scary estimate of how television damages your sex life (and it doesn’t include Netflix)
- ‘Television kills your sex life’: Couples who own a TV are 6% less likely to get intimate in any given week