Earlier this month, we learned that women have edged ahead of men in terms of average IQ.

But if the fairer sex wants to use their extra smarts to take over the world they’re probably going to have to get off the couch first.

That’s because another new study has concluded that women are lazier than men. According to a massive 122-country survey by Lancelot, 34 percent of the world’s women are inactive, whereas as only 28 percent of guys get slapped with that tag.

To be considered “active,” a person has to do 30 minutes of moderate activity (like walking) five days a week, or 20 minutes of rigorous activity (like running)  three days a week.

Does this new finding mean that in the future, sitcoms will feature women lounging around drinking beer while their husband do all the work? We’ll see, but old habits die hard.

[Time]