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More housework, less sex for married men: study
研究:已婚男做較多家事 性生活較少

A Spanish family poses for a photo outside a supermarket in Llica d’Amunt, near Barcelona, Spain on Dec. 31 last year.


去年十二月三十一日,一個西班牙家庭在西班牙巴塞隆納近郊Llica d’Amunt的超市外留影。

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The more housework married men do, the less sex they have, according to a new study published on Jan. 30 last year.

Husbands who spend more time doing traditionally female chores — such as cooking, cleaning, and shopping — reported having less sex than those who do more masculine tasks, said the study in the American Sociological Review.

“Our findings suggest the importance of socialized gender roles for sexual frequency in heterosexual marriage,” said lead author Sabino Kornrich, of the Center for Advanced Studies at the Juan March Institute in Madrid.

“Couples in which men participate more in housework typically done by women report having sex less frequently. Similarly, couples in which men participate more in traditionally masculine tasks — such as yard work, paying bills, and auto maintenance — report higher sexual frequency.”

(Liberty Times)

已婚男性做較多家事,行較少房事,根據去年一月三十日刊出的一份新的研究。

男士花較多時間做傳統上女性做的瑣事,例如烹飪、清掃、購物等,行房次數比那些做較多陽剛工作的同儕少,這份刊登在《美國社會學評論》的研究說。

「我們的研究結果顯示,在異性戀婚姻中,社會化性別角色對性頻率的重要性。」主要作者、西班牙馬德里馬奇學會高級研究中心的科利奇說。

「男性分擔較多傳統上由女性做的家事,伴侶間的性頻率較低。同樣地,男性分擔較多傳統上陽剛的工作,例如庭院工作、繳帳單、汽車保養等,伴侶間的性頻率較高。」

(自由時報/翻譯:自由時報國際新聞中心)

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