14 Mar


 Spooning, 2005.

I have a lot to say about coupling in America. I won’t dispel all my inner thoughts now, but I will say: I find this article veryyyyy interestingggg.

More couples in the U.S. are sleeping in separate rooms in order to have a “more harmonious marriage.” Snoring, work schedules and child-care needs mean “flex suites” (buzz word for separate rooms) are in high demand.

I couldn’t help but to remember movies showing couples in the olden days sleeping in separate beds. However, people say separate rooms are no indication of an inactive sex life or bad marriage. It’s just a feature that is getting more popular as a means of sustaining relationships.

This little study is going in the memory bank.


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