A new study conducted by sociologists at the University Of Washington have found that married couples who share household chores have less sex than couples that have more traditional roles. In instances where the husband didn't perform stereotypically female tasks like cooking or cleaning, couples had sex 1.6 times more often than those who split those duties more equitably. Thank God for scientists... they've taken all the mystery and romance out of love and marriage and broken it down to what it should be... an exact science. To read the University Of Washington study, click here.