I like to think that our readers are well-educated, and like to sleep with the likewise well-educated; so I hope this pleases them: Richard D. Hayes, Risk Factors for Female Sexual Dysfunction in the General Population, 5 J. Sex. Med. 1681 (2008), reports that Australian women with a college education were less likely to suffer from “low genital arousal” than women with less education. The result was statistically significant, and the study controlled for age, depression, employment, and various other factors. OK, the response rate wasn’t great, and there were who knows how many possible confounding factors. But it makes me happy, and that’s what counts.