About 70% of multimillionaires — with a mean net worth of a whopping $90 million — say they enjoy better and more adventurous sex, according to a 2007 survey by Prince & Associates Inc., a marketing research firm specializing in global private wealth.
“Fully 63% of rich men said wealth gave them ‘better sex,’ which they defined as having more-frequent sex with more partners. That compares to 88% of women who said more money gave them better sex, which they defined as ‘higher quality’ sex,” writes Robert Frank in an article for the Wealth Report entitled “The Rich Libido.”
That’s good news for Mitt Romney, perhaps, but what about the rest of us who don’t sleep on piles of hundred-dollar bills?
In one study, researchers at Dartmouth College and the University of Warwick, England, measured levels of happiness in 16,000 men and women. They found that the more sex people had, the happier they were, regardless of their age or whether they were male or female.
Plus, as many of us who weathered this past recession know, money doesn’t always last — and hence those good feelings we have when we we’re swimming in dough can be short-lived after a layoff, unexpected bills, or dried-up streams of revenue. But that’s the great thing about sex: It’s (by and large) free, so do it with someone you love for his or her heart, not the money attached — and do it often.
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