The Swedish government is launching a major study of the sex lives of its citizens after reports that lovemaking is on the wane.
The honareble Health Minister, Gabriel Wikstrom said “sexual health policy should be guided not just by the problems, but also by the pleasurable aspects of sex.”
It has been 20 years since the last in-depth study of the sex habits of the Scandinavian country, says it is high time for another survey. Gabriel Wikström also Said.
Surveys done by tabloid newspapers suggest Swedes are having less sex, Gabriel wrote in the daily Dagens Nyheter. The new study should find out if that is true, and if so why, he said.
If stress and other health issues are affecting Swedes’ sex lives, he said, “that is also a political problem”.
One of the goals of the study, due to be completed in 2019, is to find out whether there’s any truth to Swedish media reports that Swedes are having less sex than they used to.
The study will be carried out by the Public Health Agency of Sweden.