Another week, another cool sex survey. I guess psychology students would rather study sex than other boring topics in industrial or sports psychology.  This one talks about how people who watch a lot of public television have more sex than those who don't. Same with those hot,workaholic women that work more than 60 hours a week. Somehow they fit in time on their backs. Smile

 According to a study in the February issue of American Demographics magazine, these findings,  as part of a national survey of nearly 10,000 people, show that, there's a lot less sex going on than you might guess. On average, people reported 58 sexual "episodes" a year, just more than one a week. Agh! Once a week? Which is why you need to find partners who like the history and discovery channels. "You and me baby ain't nothing but mammals so let's do it…"

It must be close to the end of the college school year as another survey I was sourced for today came out in the National Post. They asked second year students about what is "normal" and "abnormal" sexual behaviour. Apparently, both men and women still think it still isn't cool for women to have lots of partners, but women can be more sexually adventurous (more anal or threesomes) than guys can. Although men is is socially more normal (according to these students) for guys to have had a bunch of previous partners. And I keep hoping that the double standard goes away and both men and women have as much or as little of sex as they want. I'll source the survey when the story gets posted this week. In the meantime, watch out for those nerdy science girls who work hardest. They are probably the best in bed.Science

2 thoughts on “Why women who watch PBS, wildlife documentaries, and work lots are the best in bed

  1. Wow!
    I work long hours on my second book and my blog, watch a lot of PBS, TVO and CBC and am enraptured of wildlife documentaries on Discovery and Animal Planet.
    (Am particularly fond of lions which are wildly promiscuous and mate hundreds of times over several days and nights accompanied by much biting, snarling and roaring, all of which I consider superior to the rather tame human version of the act.)
    I seem to fit all the “best in bed” criteria except that I’m certainly not a “nerdy science girl”.
    Is there some sort of prize offered?

  2. That’s a crackerjack answer to an interesting qesiuton

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