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    Exclamation 9 in 10 Indian Men Say Wives Refuse SEX : Survey !

    Nationwide survey conducted by government body says husbands refuse to wear
    a condom and wives fear STDs, as they suspect extramarital affairs

    'Not now, darling, I have a headache', is easily the most often 'no sex' phrase
    bandied around in popular culture. Now, there are statistics to prove it.

    In a research conducted by the International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS),
    based out of Govandi, a whopping 89 per cent of married men complained that their wives say no to sex.
    But there's a rider.

    The women say no because their husbands refuse to wear a condom,
    which they feel is absolutely necessary to protect them from sexually
    transmitted diseases (STD).

    Clearly, this means 89 per cent of women feel their husbands cheat on them.

    The survey reveals the truth. One in 20 Indian married men have multiple affairs
    more than two sexual partners apart from their wives.

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    However, doctors in Mumbai believe that the number is far higher and the
    respondents may not have been entirely truthful.

    The study has revealed that 5.3 per cent married men engaged in high-risk
    sex, which means having sex with more than two partners without using protection.

    This survey, conducted for the first time by IIPS across India, had a sample size of 80,000 men.

    Wife is justified

    Hearteningly, 83 per cent say the wife is justified in asking them to use condoms.

    S K Singh, a researcher with IIPS, said, "On one hand the National Family Health Survey portrays a very impressive picture
    of Indian men who believe that if a husband has a sexually transmitted disease, his wife is justified in
    refusing to have sex with him. Or have sex only if they wear a condom.

    But the survey also throws up a picture that men are cheating their wives
    with more than two partners."

    The IIPS is an autonomous institution administered by the ministry of health and family welfare.
    It also conducts a national family health survey every year on behalf of the government.

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    However, sexologists and psychiatrists believe that the number of men having multiple
    sex partners is higher than what the survey says and will only increase.

    Anjali Chhabria, a psychiatrist, said, "Men want excitement and novelty. They experiment out of boredom
    and also want to feel young and desirable. The increasing number of cell phone usage helps them contact anyone easily."

    Added Rajan Bhonsle, a sexologist, "Male sexuality is body-oriented and there is rarely emotional involvement.
    Therefore, there are multiple partners and I believe they are either colleagues or neighbours, as access is easier."

    Agreeing with Bhonsle, Dr Rajiv Anand, sexologist and psychiatrist, said, "The survey may or may not be applicable to everyone,
    but the fact is men are always looking for something new and different."

    Syed Husaini, a senior family court lawyer, said, "About 25 per cent of divorce cases at the Bandra family
    court is because spouses have extramarital affairs, in addition to cruelty and harassment.

    But when such allegations are placed in court, only six per cent turn out to be true."

    He gifted wife Rs 2.33 Crore for repeated infidelity

    A cheating husband showered his wife with expensive jewellery every time he cheated on her,
    leading her to gather a collection worth almost Rs 2.33 crore (£300,000).

    Businessman Robert Charlton, from Leicester, UK, made up for breaking his wedding vows by gifting diamond
    jewels to wife Elizabeth, who was apparently aware of his extra-marital activities.

    The unusual arrangement was said to have worked for the couple until
    Charlton passed away aged 63 in 1979.

    Elizabeth, who allegedly told friends the gifts made it easier for her to forgive her husband,
    died in 2006, leaving her collection to their only child Marie.


    98 per cent men say wives refuse to have sex

    Case Study

    Three months ago, 33-year-old Anita Sharma (name changed) approached a detective agency to spy on her
    husband who she felt was spending too much time talking on the phone.

    The detective traced the husband to Alibag, necking with a former girlfriend and also dug up more
    extra-marital affairs that the man had been involved in before he was caught.

    The couple had a seven-year-old child and so haven't divorced.

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    It's been 9 years since this survey was done...still 95% of Indians don't use condom.

    Durex India`s survey seeks to know why 95% of Indians don`t use condoms.
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    New Delhi: Durex, the popular condom brand, is carrying out a survey in India on its Twitter handle to find out why 95 percent of Indians don't use condoms.

    Durex India tweeted, ''What’s happening India? 95% of Indians don’t use condoms! We’d love to know why?''

    Interestingly, a hashtag #HateCondoms was one of the top trends on Twitter on Monday.

    The condom maker has probably made this observation based on a previous survey conducted by the National Family Health Survey. The NHFS survey (NFHS-4) for 2015-16 had revealed that the number of women using contraceptives has gone up in the country.

    According to the survey, the use of pills has risen to 4.1% from 3.1%, and that of condoms to 5.6% from 5.2 % as compared to NFHS-3, carried out 10 years ago. It said that despite 45% of users knowing the side-effects of modern methods, there has been a rise in the use of pills - up from 34.4% in the earlier findings. The use of IUD (intrauterine device) and PPIUD (postpartum intrauterine contraceptive device) also declined to 1.5% from 1.7%.

    However, overall family planning methods declined to 53.5% in its latest survey for 2015-16 from 56.3% in the previous one. The report also indicated that India’s population grew by 17.7% between 2001 and 2011, and a part of this period falls in the interval between the two family health surveys.

    The latest survey by the Health Ministry showed positive trends in key health indicators, including an improvement in sex ratio at birth and a decline in infant mortality rate during 2015-16.

    The survey was conducted after collecting information from 6 lakh households, 7 lakh women and 1.3 lakh men, and for the first time provide district level estimates.
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