By asking 1,000 mothers between the ages of 22 and 37 to divulge the secrets of their sex lives, Peanut—an app that connects "like-minded mamas"—found that nearly 74 percent of those surveyed reported feeling like their sex lives were the same or better than they were pre-baby, and 55 percent said they were getting it on out of "personal desire" (AKA not obligation). Another blush-inducing statistic? Sixty-one percent disclosed that they were ready and waiting for more.
When it came to the frequency of these between-the-sheets-sessions, almost three-quarters of the women surveyed said they were having sex at least once a week.
When it came to the frequency of these between-the-sheets-sessions, almost three-quarters of those surveyed said they were having sex at least once a week—with nearly half getting busy twice or more. On the opposite end of the spectrum, women who only had sex once a month made up a mere 13 percent of the overall pie. And, shocker here, 42 percent of the group said a lack of sleep (read: midnight feedings) was the main reason they didn't have sex as often as they'd like.
The takeaway? Adding a child or two to your family unit might be more of an aphrodisiac than a turn off for you and your S.O.—even if the act itself does look and feel different.
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