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Researchers find men don't just have sex on the brain

A new study challenges the popular notion that men constantly think about sex.

Researchers at Ohio State University asked about 300 college students to record their thoughts about sex, sleeping and eating every day for a week.

They found that while men do think about sex more often than women — the subject only crosses their mind an average of 19 times a day, compared to 10 times a day for women.

Men thought about food 18 times a day compared to 15 for women.

They also thought about sleep 11 times day — while the ladies only thought about 8.5 times.