Men rate family life and good health above a satisfying sex life, according to a study to be published in an upcoming issue of The Journal of Sexual Medicine.
German researchers conducted telephone interviews with nearly 28,000 men, ages 20 to 75, from the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Mexico and Brazil, AAP reported.
Overwhelmingly, men said they preferred honor, good health and a happy family over sex, according to the report.
About one-third of respondents said being healthy was the most important factor, 26 percent valued a happy family and 19 percent said they most valued being in a good relationship. Only 2 percent placed a satisfying sex life as their top priority.