With that data graph... it can be noted though that: Couples tend to have lesser and least sex in the months of: April, May, June, July, August... Or they use protection in those months.. either case...
am i right??
Very much so. People tend to more time indoors during winter months.
I find it interesting that weekly cycles are visible in this chart - especially for the months of April and July. In July the dates 1, 8, 15, 22, and 29 are clearly darkest. One could conclude that people have more sex on Saturday nights or whatever, but the days of the week don't always fall on the same date.
So, how is this possible?
EDIT: This must be a snapshot for one specific year.
Infographic Illustrates Most Common Birthdays, Baby-Making Days
NPR data journalist Matt Stiles recently posted this informative infographic of the most common birth dates in the United States.
It was constructed using data compiled by Harvery Kennedy School professor of public policy Amitabh Chandra, and later published
in the New York Times. Chandra's table relies exclusively on birth date figures from 1973 to 1999.
A couple of fun facts: The most popular birth date is September 16th; the least popular date is split between February 29th (no duh)
and December 25th (there can be only one?). As for the prevalency of September birth dates — well, let's just say it takes a lot of
alcohol to get through the holiday season in one piece.
You can check out Andy Kriebel's interactive version of the same infographic over...