A growing amount of research has been devoted to the determination of behavioral norms, both personal and interpersonal. In this connection, we find considerable interest in the subject of frequency of sexual intercourse, a question that has sociological and psychological importance. Nevertheless, in the zeal to establish norms of sexual performance, more fundamental questions seem to have been ... [Show full abstract] ignored. How much, for example, do people enjoy their sexual activities? Is there really a correlation between frequency of intercourse and sexual fulfillment? No one would deny that one or two truly pleasurable sexual experiences in the course of a month are far more desirable than fifteen or twenty indifferent encounters during the same period.