Sex is taking place all around the planet. A polling firm, Harris Interactive, set up huge sample size internet surveys to collect a representative sample of heterosexual sex-havers from a range of countries. They’re nicely done for a set of papers aimed mostly at Durex’s corporate interests. The data also reveals a wealth of information about how much people like sex in various countries, when they prefer to have it, and gender equality (or lack thereof) in sexual enjoyment. Here’s what we found out.
Facts about sex across the world:
Nigerians and Mexicans have more intriguing sex than the rest of the world
There are a few surprises on the worldwide enthusiasm map. The French, for example, do not live up to their reputation as good lovers, having the lowest levels of sexual arousal in the survey. To a wide extent, Mexico and Nigeria outpaced almost everyone else. One thing to keep in mind: the Nigerian interviews, unlike the rest of the polls, was performed in person. Consider how much more difficult it would be to tell a human instead of a machine that your sex life isn’t so hot. What, on the other hand, is going on in Mexico? People are significantly happier with their sex lives when they feel appreciated during sex, according to Durex.
The Japanese public is dissatisfied with their sexual lives
Japan distinguishes out even among the lowest-scoring countries in Durex’s polls. Do you see where I’m going with this? Japan is the only country in the world where a bigger percentage of people are dissatisfied than content with their sexual lives. To be sure, the Japanese have infrequent and miserable sex. For many years, Japan has had some of the world’s longest average working hours. This reduces the likelihood of sex on its own. Working hours have reduced “physical contact” between spouses to the point that “more than one in three custom dwellings is now planned with separate bedrooms for husband and wife,” according to veteran Japan journalist Michael Zielenziger.
The gender gap in orgasm varies by country
Nigeria has an unusually small four-point difference, implying that the in-person interviews are once again skewing the data. Aside from that, Singapore, China, and Mexico had the smallest differences in male and female orgasm rates, while Russia and Thailand had the largest. The most surprising element of this is that there is almost no correlation between overall gender equality and the orgasm gap in a country. Some comparably equal countries, like Spain, perform well, while others, like the United States and Canada, do not. Similarly, some countries with significant gender gaps in terms of social status and employment, such as India, score well, but Thailand does not.
In Turkey, the rate of sexually transmitted infections is exceptionally high (STIs)
It’s a pain to deal with sexually transmitted infections. In most locations, people either don’t have them or won’t inform pollsters if they do. There could be a problem with the data once more. Turks may be more trustworthy or suspicious than the rest of the world. A possible explanation can be found in Durex data from 2007, five years before the Global Face poll. Turks had more sex partners than anyone else on the planet, and they did it almost half of the time without protection. Though STI rates in Turkey were not particularly high in 2007, individuals who engaged in unprotected sexual activity with a significant number of partners for a few years are likely to have their rates rise by 2012.
A polling firm, Harris Interactive, gathered representative samples of heterosexual sex-havers from around the world. The database reveals crucial information about how people enjoy sex in different countries when they enjoy it, and whether or not sexual pleasure is gender-equal (or not). People are much happier with their sex lives, according to Durex, when they feel valued during sex. According to Durex reporter Michael Zielenziger, “physical contact” between spouses has become “extremely infrequent” due to working hours. Nigeria has a four-point difference, showing that in-person interviews are once again skewing the results. There is almost no link between general gender equality and the orgasm gap in a country.
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