What do both men and women think
about sex? Is sex really as important as people say?
Here is what they said:
Women are not left behind
For starters, the initial findings were on
the subject of gender differences. One misconception is that sex
is not a priority for women… Think again! A survey of 500 men
and women shows that:
- 68% of women and 71% of men think that
sex is very important… not a lot of difference between Mars and
Venus at this level!
- More than half of women (55%) are willing
to make love to a stranger!
- Contrary to popular belief, almost a
third of women (31%) are ready to leap into bed on the first
- Only a third of women think that sex and
love necessarily go hand in hand.
Nearly two out of three women have faked an
orgasm, compared to only one in three men!
There is no set age for somersaults
No surprise here: Respondents to the survey
generally believe that sexual fulfillment occurs before the
thirties … However, we note that this view differs with the age
18- to 25-year-olds think in general (65%)
that they’re having their best sexual experiences between 18 and
25. If one asks the 25- to 35-year-olds, we get the same result:
the majority (44%) think they live in the most sexually
fulfilling years of their lives. The same observation goes for
35- to 45-year-olds, with the majority (a third) claiming to be
more sexually fulfilled than before. By contrast, surveyed over
45 tend to look back and think that it was better before…
Each age group therefore believes to be the
most sexually fulfilled, which is a good sign. However, by
summing the responses, we realize that for the majority of
respondents, the ages between 25 and 35 years are when sex is
the best, followed closely by the post-adolescent (18-25) years.
However, if this may reassure some, 14% of the survey aged 45-55
claim to be the most sexual fulfilled at their age. One more
proof that there is no set age to do somersaults!
For couples, emotions are more important
Physical love seems to be a priority for
both sexes, and most of you will even claim to be able to go
into action without being emotionally involved. However, if you
are asked to choose what is more important in a relationship,
feelings or sex, three-fourths of you will choose feelings.