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Lack of a satisfactory sex life among women has been singled out as a reason for Hong Kong's low fertility rate, the city's Family Planning Association said yesterday.

Another novel shortlisted for Literary Review’s annual award for excruciating sex scenes in literature contains these delightful lines: “She comes and comes, waves of hot silk—I grit my teeth and push her off.

I bend her over and really give it to her.” If not-entirely-compliant sex is your thing, try this: “She cried, and breathed less jaggedly, ‘It hurts, it hurts.’ I did not stop until it stopped hurting, until I heard pleasure articulated from her.” Which esteemed men of letters have been scribbling scenes in which their female characters submit to their lusty literary advances, supine and passive against the enormity of their pen? All three are by women writers — respectively Helen Walsh, May-Lan Tan and Amy Grace Lloyd, who manages the double: to have a woman subjected by another woman: her passage is a lesbian romp.

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"[In] Chinese culture, sex is really a taboo," Dr Sue Lo Seen-tsing, a senior doctor with the association, said in a press conference yesterday. They don't describe having no desire as a problem because they are not supposed to have any desire." The association polled around 2,100 ethnic Chinese women aged between 21 and 40 from December 2007 to December 2009, and found almost six out of 10 had at least one sexual problem.At some point you’ve almost certainly thought about the number of people you’ve slept with and wondered: Is that normal? Enter your stats into our new calculator, and, based on your age and gender, it will tell you exactly which percentile you fall into when it comes to how many partners you’ve hopped in the sack with., which found that millennials (or snake people, if you prefer) are on pace to sleep with an average of eight partners during their lifetimes, fewer than Generation X (10 partners) and the baby boomers (11 partners).This week's episode is brought to you by Beach Body and Squarespace!On today's episode Lo, Greta, & Jilly answer listeners questions that were sent into the show.