In fact, it’s the #1 sexual turn off for men, and #2 for women. As the World Health Organization has noted, sexuality is a fundamental part of human health and wellbeing.But even more so, it’s also a central part of humanity, and a part of the close relationships that bind us together.
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Women, on the other hand, tend to more often use relationship “milestones” as a marker of when to make things sexual, such as a clear sign of commitment or exclusivity. In our study, 21% of women and 23% of men have altered the number of sexual partners they’ve had in the past when asked (either by increasing or decreasing the figure). for the last 10 years, my number is always 8.” Whether you are secure with your number or not, nearly half of singles simply don’t want to know their partners sexual history (56% of men and 48% of women).
It’s a complicated question, and raises another question altogether – what good comes of asking? Although television in bed might seem like a nice way to unwind, 77% of men and 82% of women consider it a major turn off when getting frisky. Satisfying sex typically requires attentiveness to one’s self and to one’s partner – and that’s not easy to do if you’re more focused on the next guest on tonight’s late night show.
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