Women are having twice as much sex as they did in the 90s!
05 November 2014, 09:13
Nairobi - A new sex survey shows that UK women’s sexual behaviour has changed radically in the last 20 years.
According to the Mail Online researchers from the University College London surveyed over 15 000 adult men and women and found some radical changes in women’s circumstances and sexual behaviour compared to what it was in the 90s.
These days the average number of sexual partners a woman has in her lifetime is eight. This has doubled since similar studies conducted in the 90s. Men are still comfortably ahead with an average of 12 sexual partners.
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Men and women are also losing their virginity earlier – the average for both sexes is 16.
Despite the increase in partners, overall people are having less sex – 3 times per month compared with the last average of 5 times per month.
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