52% of women have had sex with other women's husbands
The results of a survey by Momlogic.com have people talking: Of the 3300 women polled 52% have had sex with a married man. Shannon Fox explains that one of the reasons women will sleep with a married man is because women often are be competitive. "If they can get a man who's committed to someone else, they take it as a win." Only 12% of women felt guilty, and only 5% always used a condom. 19% of women were told by the man that his wife wouldn't have sex with him anymore. 11% of women have had sex with a married man because the sex was hotter than with her own spouse - and 14% said the married man was more romantic than her partner.
237 reasons why we have sex - Men more opportunistic
"Why people have sex is extremely important but rarely studied. ...many scientists assume the answer is obvious, but people have different reasons for having sex, some of which are rather complex." In 5-year survey David Buss and Cindy Meston found some people had sex for dark reasons such as trying to break up a rival's relationship or getting drugs in exchange. Top reasons for men: (1) Attracted to person (2) It feels good (3) Wanted physical pleasure (4) It's fun (5) Wanted to show affection. --- Top reasons for women: (1) Attracted to person (2) Wanted physical pleasure (3) It feels good (4) Wanted to show affection (5) Wanted to express my love.
A sexuality survey for New Zealand
A sexuality survey has confirmed what's long been suspected: young Kiwi women are getting it on more than their male peers. Results suggest both sexes are becoming sexually active earlier than their parents did. Women tend to start having sex earlier than men. 20% of women surveyed said they first had sex at age 15 or younger, compared with 13% of men. Almost twice as many women than men laid claim to 10 or more sexual partners - 13% and 7% respectively. The most common total for both women and men was 3-6 lovers. For both genders, 16-19 was the most common age for losing their virginity.
More than a third of women fake orgasms on a regular basis
More than a third of women regularly fake orgasms, according to a survey. And 30% admit they have faked it with every partner. The average woman will have sex 99 times during the year - but on 34 occasions love-making will end up with a whimper rather than a bang. But girls are clearly great at faking, because 90% of females reckon their partners can't tell the difference between a fake orgasm and a real one. The lack of satisfaction is having an impact: Just over 20% of females insist their interest in lovemaking has tailed off as a result. Almost the same number think about other men while having sex in a desperate bid to turn themselves on.
Sexual inactivity can leave a lot to be desired
While love and sex are everywhere in the media, there are those who are celibate by default. Whether an adult virgin, single but sexless, or married or in a relationship without sex, many people are sitting on the sidelines. Take this true-or-false quiz and see what you know about sexually inactive adults. (1) The most frequently given reason for sexless marriages is that people are too busy, especially with young children. (3) When overly busy couples take a weekend away, their sex lives are usually still non-existent.
Survey puts myth of French love to bed - French lovers exposed
The secret life of French lovers has been exposed by a major study of French sexual behaviour. The French were only slightly more sexually active than the British, long seen as Europe's least romantic nation. The French have their first had sexual encounter after their 17th birthday - 17.2 years for boys and 17.6 for girls - compared with 18.8 and 20.6 50 years ago. In Britain, the average age for a first sexual experience is 16. On average the French make love just over twice a week: in all 8.7 times per month, a little more than the 6.5 British average. 16% of French women and 15% of men had had no sex at all in the past three months.
For women the choice between sex and a new wardrobe is simple
Women on average say they would be willing to give up sex for 15 months for a closet full of new apparel, with 2% ready to abstain from sex for 3 years. 61% of women polled said it would be worse to lose their favorite piece of clothing than give up sex for a month. The average woman has hung on to her favorite article of clothing for 12 and a half years, a year longer than she's held on to her longest relationship. 48% said their favorite clothing was more reliable than their man in giving them confidence and making them feel sexy.
Safe relationship bad for woman's sex drive, tenderness instead
A woman's sex drive begins to plummet once she is in a secure relationship, research shows. Four years into a relationship, less than half of 30-year-old women wanted regular sex. A man's libido remained the same regardless of how long he had been in a relationship. 60% of 30-year-old women wanted sex "often" at the beginning of a relationship, but after four years 50%, and after 20 years only 20%. The study showed tenderness was important for women in a relationship. 90% of women wanted tenderness, regardless of how long they had been in a relationship, but only 25% of men said they were seeking tenderness.
SMS influencing romance and relationships - Survey
From dating invitations to sexual comments, mobile text messaging is slowly changing the way young people approach romantic relationships, a survey has shown. More than half of mobile-users aged between 18 and 24 have sent or received an invitation to a date. 53% also agreed that sending a flirtatious message to someone while in a relationship was a form of cheating. 54% of women aged under 25, use their mobile phones to deter people from approaching them. "It acts as a kind of subliminal zone, an exclusive forum where the normal social rules are suspended. People often say things in texts which they would never say in real life."
What teens really think about sex
Experts shocked as report reveals depths of ignorance that lead many to unsafe sex. 80% of teenagers lose their virginity when they are drunk, feeling pressurised into having sex or are not using contraception, a survey has revealed. The survey of 3,000 pupils aged 15-18 found that: 39% had sex for the first time when one or other partner was not equally willing. Almost three in 10 lost their virginity for 'negative reasons', such as wanting to please a boyfriend. 51% of girls and 37% of boys had had unprotected sex. 58% of girls and 39% of boys had slept with someone at least once without using a condom.
Survey Results for Females Fake Orgasms
How many times do you fake orgasm: Never 32%, Sometimes 49.7%, All the time 18.3%. On average, it takes a woman 5 to 20 minutes to achieve orgasm from the start of sexual intercourse. Many women never or rarely achieve this pinnacle of sexual pleasure while others take much longer - often too long for their partners. Men, on average, take two to six minutes to orgasm and it's the rare man who persists for long after his own climatic pleasure. The result? A lot of dissatisfied women.
The number of men paying for sex has doubled in a decade
Surveys of 11,000 British adults in 1990 and 2000 found the rate increased from one in 20 to nearly one in 10 men. Rising divorce rates, sex tourism and increasing availability of commercial sex are blamed by the Sexually Transmitted Infections journal. It warns men's lifestyles put them at risk of catching sex diseases, yet few are getting checked in clinics.
Survey says indians remain virgin the longest
Relax, chastity belt is in place - Indians are the oldest to lose their virginity and have the fewest sexual partners, but appear to be as happy as others with their sex lives, the latest global sex survey has revealed. People in India lose their virginity at an average age of nearly 20 years, while teenagers in Iceland are the youngest to have sex at 15.6 years.
Campus sex survey - Statistics on sexual experiences
Survey reveals that nearly half of all student respondents have been sexually active. We need to discuss the behavior that is seen through the data, not necessarily the report's statistics.