LifeStyles unveils what people's favorite sex position, how they really feel about condoms, and what the most popular fantasy is.
In what is being touted as the biggest sex study since the release of the Kinsey Reports, Ogi Ogas—a former biodefense researcher—has found that when it comes to sexual preferences, we're all a lot kinkier than we'd care to admit.
We asked and you answered: More than 800 people took YourTango's recent sex survey, giving us loads of fascinating information about who's having sex, how often they're having it, and how satisfying it is when it happens. It turns out most couples are having sex at least once a week, but they aren't completely satisfied when it happens.
Lila here~ I just read about another sex survey recently conducted by Indiana University. In the study, 85% of men reported that their partner had climaxed the last time they had sex. However, only 64% of women surveyed said they had reached orgasm the last time they had sex. That’s a pretty big gap between the men’s perception and the women’s reality if you ask me.
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Today we received a slew of bite-sized sex facts stemming from the mother of all sex surveys, The National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior accumulated by researchers at The Center for Sexual Health Promotion at Indiana University. The scientists asked 5, 865 people aged 14-94 all sorts of questions about everything from masturbation to condom use to homosexual experimentation.
Have you ever wondered what goes on in your neighbors' bedrooms? Well, we're here to tell you. No, we didn't go all Patriot Act on strangers. We just read the results of Trojan's recent sex survey. Turns out, if your neighbors are like 75 percent of Americans 18 or older, they have had sex within the past year. Which means, if Trojan's random sample of 1,000 people is indicative, a quarter of adult Americans have not had sex within the last 12 months. Of course, unsurprisingly, both the frequency of sex and reported satisfaction with it goes down with age. Sigh.
A study conducted by the Journal of Sexual Medicine suggests that the ideal length for a bout of intercourse is 7 - 13 minutes. And most people find sex greater than 13 minutes to be bothersome. This basically makes ever song ever written false. We're not sure who to believe any more.