We asked for some suggestions from two experts on sexuality -- Michael Castleman, author of Great Sex: A Man's Guide to the Secret Principles of Total-Body Sex, and Louanne Cole Weston, Ph D, a board certified sex therapist and resident expert for Web MD's "Sex Matters®" message boards.Castleman and Weston are in firm agreement that couples that have been together for a while need to plan time for sex.His name has been linked with a bevy of beauties over the years – with such rumours always denied.But Prince Philip's character looks set to be called into question once again in the next series of The Crown, following comments by the writer of the lavish costume drama.On the one hand, social interest in the theme has been seen as driving the film industry, which has then fed back to society at large, exploring peoples' mindsets and addressing acceptance of “other types of relationships” between people.According to the 2010 US Census, the average age of a man's first marriage is 28, up from 23 in 1960; men with more education are waiting until their 30s before getting married.Peter Morgan suggested that he has not shied away from the theory that the Queen's husband, played by Matt Smith, had an affair early in their marriage, declaring: 'Doesn't everyone in Britain know he had an affair?
For a new study, psychologists at the University of Buffalo, California Lutheran University and University of Texas questioned 105 men with a series of experiments and discovered that smart women made them feel less masculine. – that even though most men like the idea of dating an intelligent woman, put them in front of one and that attraction suddenly withers. In theory, men may like the idea of a partner with a successful career; perhaps it plays to their inner George Clooney.Despite remaining tight-lipped about the content of the next series, which is thought to be arriving in November, he did confirm that it will cover 1956 to 1964.In those eight years, incendiary claims circulated about Prince Philip having adulterous relationships with glamorous showgirls, including the British actress Pat Kirkwood and TV personality Katie Boyle.Bromance is a portmanteau of bro (or brother) and romance.Dave Carnie is credited with coining the term as editor of the skateboard magazine Big Brother in the 1990s to refer specifically to the sort of relationships that develop between skaters who spent a great deal of time together.During a panel discussion about the Netflix programme, journalist Andrew Billen said: 'You will write, we hope and trust and pray, another 50, bringing us right through to the coronation of King Charles III, we hope.'Yet Morgan, who insisted he was 'not interested in the Royal Family,' quipped: 'Then the assassination.