Sex better for Canadian women than men

Nov. 8, 2005 at 12:58 PM
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TORONTO, Nov. 8 (UPI) -- A survey shows Canadian women are more satisfied with their sex lives than men, use sex toys more often than men and include the toys in their travels.

The 2005 Global Sex Survey by Durex found 47 percent of Canadian women vs. 37 percent of men said they were confident asserting their sexual needs with their partners.

Women also reported being more open minded about their sex lives by a 60 percent-53 percent margin, and 60 percent of women are willing to experiment with sexual aids compared with 32 percent of men.

However, more than 40 percent of women report using vibrators with their partners and more than 20 percent of women have taken their vibrators with them on vacation.

Those figures could account for why more than 50 percent of Canadian men said they wish they had sex more frequently, compared with 41 percent of men worldwide.

The 2005 Durex Global Sex Survey revealed that people around the world are having sex an average of 103 times a year, and Canadians are a little above the average at 108 times per year.

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