Great news! Korea has an Institute for Sexology! And, like all institutes for sexology, they’ve conducted a popular boys vs. girls study!
"It found that a mere 4.4 percent of women thought sex was important in marriage, compared with 77 percent of men — almost as many as the 74.8 percent of women who said it was unimportant. A substantial 20.2 percent said maybe it mattered (compared to 14 percent of men), but only 2 percent of married men said sex did not matter. When asked if prostitutes are needed to satisfy menâ€™s sexual needs, 20.4 percent of women and 61 percent of men agreed."
That’s right! Men and women disagree about sex in Korea, too!
What particularly chaps the Twisty hide about this study is that it declines to accept as valid the non-sex-crazed views of the women respondents. Apparently most of the women who said they were content with their sex life also claimed to be content with the overall quality of their marriage, causing the Korean sexperts to leap to this flawed and patriarchocentric conclusion: that contentment with one’s sex life = getting laid. Whereas I would suggest that contentment might as easily be achieved by not having to put out for some asshole husband who’d rather be out whoring.