The Daily Mail reports that the luxury sex toy brand LELO carried out the research across 30 countries asking 35,000 21-55 year-olds about their sexual habits.
One encouraging figure to emerge was that 79 percent said they were satisfied with their sex lives; the world average for foreplay and intercourse together is 32.5 minutes. Of course, being an average means there are those who last longer, and those who last less.
Brazil claims top place for stamina with 34 percent saying they last for 46 minutes or more. However, in Australia, at least 10 percent of the population have to make do with 10 minutes!Some 55 percent of the world have had between one and eight sexual partners, but in Japan the figure for half the population is only three, And, for 45 percent of Japanese, it’s all over in 20 minutes or less.
The English and the Greeks appear to compensate for their lack of footballing ability by their bedroom activities, with 25 percent claiming to be “satisfied” in bed. Perhaps they just have lower expectations!
At least they’re better off than the Chileans, where only 13 percent say they are satisfied.
As far as numbers of partners go, 26 percent of Swiss – and 26 percent of Greeks – have slept with over 20 partners. For England, that figure drops to 20 percent.
As in football, many people admit to “playing away.” Unsurprisingly, the French are the champions in this league, with 75 percent of them owning up to “cheating.” Again, as in football, the Latin American countries are very strong in this group, with almost half the populations of Colombia, Brazil, and Chile admitting to not always playing with the home team.
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