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Over Half Of Ontarians Say They Aren't Very Happy With Their Sex Life RN

But a majority are still having sex weekly.

eharmony just released the results of their newest poll, asking Canadians about everything sex and romance, and it turns out that Ontarians' sex lives could use some work.

According to eharmony's results, 55% of Ontarians are reporting that they are not very happy with their current sex lives.

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Despite this, 61% of Ontarians reported still having sex weekly — quantity over quality, perhaps?

The past year has increased stress on Ontarians' relationships overall, but men tend to feel this more than women (27% vs. 18%).

If you're looking to spice things up in the bedroom, Toronto sexpert Dr. Jess recently shared how to get in the mood if the pandemic has you feeling unsexy AF.

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