Modern technology is being branded the ultimate passion killer in a new survey, as it's blamed for the decline in how much we're all getting it.
The National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles (Natsal) is a in-depth study published every decade and shows that there has been a decrease in the amount of sex we have now, compared to 20 years ago.
Back in 1991 - people were getting down on average five times a month, this dropped to four times in 2001, and last year it was only three times a month. Wowza.
Experts are blaming the 'digital age' for our lack of sexy time, saying we are more likely to take technology to bed than our partners.
One of the study's authors, Professor Kaye Wellings of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, explained the change is partly down to a,"blurring of the line in the home between the bedroom and outside".
"People (are) taking laptops to bed, iPads, the fact work comes into our home now – there's no strict divide," she said.
Despite being dubbed the Fifty Shades generation - it seems we'd rather read about it on our Kindles, then actually do it.
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