Love for the brain! Americans think about sex eight times a day – but only a third say they feel comfortable talking about it
- One in three Americans said they were very comfortable & # 39; talked about sex
- 53% of people who seek advice on how to improve their game
- 60% of people trust their best friends when they talk about getting dirty
- Even embarrassing moments are present, with 44% of people feeling comfortable when details about sex fail
Making love, nooky, the birds and the bees: whatever you want to call it, the average American thinks about sex eight times a day.
According to a recent study, not only is the act done on the brain up to eight times a day, it is also a topic of discussion, where sex is mentioned out loud five times a day by the average person.
The poll examined 2,000 Americans, examines exactly how often they think and consciously talk about sex, trying to judge their comfort level on the X-rated subject.
Let's talk about sex: a new survey that tries to measure how comfortable the average American is with discussing sex (stock image)
How do they get work done? According to new research, the average American thinks about sex eight times a day
The results of the poll, conducted by One Poll in collaboration with Pure Romance, showed that 65 percent of those interviewed enjoyed sharing their sex lives with others, with 29 percent admitting that they were very comfortable & # 39; 39; talked about the act.
When it comes to raising their private lives, 61 percent of Americans agreed that they are most comfortable talking about sex with their partners and spouses.
Outside the house, best friends are the next most popular go-to when discussing sex. No fewer than three in five trust their besties when discussing sex and their own sex life.
According to the survey, there is a burning reason behind Americans who talk about transferring the leg so often. The research revealed that 54 percent sought sex advice to improve their bedroom gymnastics.
The best way to improve your strategy between magazines? Apparently discussing things with partners and important others – with 47 percent revealing they get their sex advice from their other half.
But what are friends for, if not for giving sex advice. Forty-five percent of those surveyed have revealed that they have sought guidance from friends.
43 percent also use the internet for ideas, while 32 percent searched a sex-positive magazine for tips.
Of the respondents, 59 percent said that sex toys are a great way to increase their sexual satisfaction.
Confidence: the average American speaks about sex eight times a day; usually trusting to talk about intimate details with their partner
Room for improvement: more than half of the respondents said that improving their game was at the top of the agenda
Not all sexual experiences are as exciting as we hope. Almost half (49 percent) of the respondents even indicated that they had experienced an embarrassing sexual failure.
There are even horrific moments, however, since 44 percent of those who experienced a less than shocking experience quickly shared it with someone else.
After the hook, one in ten said they would recall the confidential details with a friend as soon as the person left the room.
& # 39; Talking openly about sex is so important because there are still many people who find the subject taboo. If we are honest about sexual desire and sexual health – even if it is just an informal conversation with friends – we help combat that stigma, one conversation at a time, & said "Pure Romance founder, Patty Brisben.
The average American goes to four different people to discuss their sexual adventures. But where do these sex conversations take place? It appears that the number one place where Americans can talk about their sex life is private, like someone's home.
41 percent, however, like to talk about their sex life about wine, while another 39 percent will discuss their sexual life with friends about coffee or tea.
& # 39; Having a reliable source for sex-positive information is incredibly important for a person's sexual well-being & # 39 ;, Brisben added. & # 39; That's why we've spent more than 25 years providing the latest sexual health information to women who want their bedroom needs … and more. & # 39;
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