Starting to think the same thing.
Girls in college, many, many on the pill don't seem to be have a problem getting their swerve on.
They also are young and carefree (and well, often immature) - they are without the hormonal challenges and baggage that women get to have so much fun with as we have children and age and they are often without the kinds of responsibilities (jobs, kids, households, family, husbands
) that a wife has to deal with. Ahhh - to be young and carefree again!
Don't let yourself start to go down some kind of slippery slope of cynicism and bitterness, though. It won't help you or your marriage at all. Bootstraps, man! Reach down, and pull yourself up by them.
You know Rob, more and more I'm convinced that women especially are profoundly affected by not only their emotional relationship with their husband, but also the amount of stress and contributing fatigue they have in their lives. In my own life, I have found that stress and its first cousin fatigue have had a grave impact on my libido. Sex Drive: How Do Men and Women Compare?
I honestly just think we fill our lives with way too many things (including expectations that we should be doing this or we should have that) and we don't take time out anymore to just 'smell the roses'.
If you and your wife are like that, then maybe you should look in to how you could get back to a simpler, slower pace so that you can actually concentrate on each other more.