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signs of the times - aussie women's sex lives

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  • edwardxderwent
    the devil is extra busy down here in OZ.. a new survey has women fessing up to an average of THIRTEEN sex partners, and multiple partners are a growing trend.
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 2, 2008
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      the devil is extra busy down here in OZ..

      a new survey has women fessing up to an average of THIRTEEN sex
      partners, and multiple partners are a growing trend.

      link:
      http://www.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/story/0,22049,23953161-5001021,00.html

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      Sex lives of Australian women under the microscope
      Article from: The Daily Telegraph


      By Nadine Williams

      July 02, 2008 12:00am

      THE average Australian woman has 13 different sex partners in her
      life, a major online survey has found.

      Women are also cheating more on husbands and boyfriends, are becoming
      more sexually experimental and are exploring porn.

      It finds one in three women are forced to have sex, almost always by
      men they know.

      A new book based on the survey, Sex Lives of Australian Women, written
      by film development executive Joan Sauers, is peppered with harrowing
      stories of women carrying the emotional scars of sexual attack.

      The gamut of women's sex lives - the good, the bad, the ugly and the
      depraved - are exposed in the stories and opinions of about 2000 women
      of all ages who completed an anonymous online survey.

      They reported a range of experiences to show that sex is a
      bitter-sweet experience for most Australian women. The survey also found:

       ONE in four women view pornography regularly;

       MOST women (61 per cent) masturbate at least once a month;

       ONE in five have starred in their own sex tape;

       MULTIPLE partners are a growing fad;

       MANY complain of boring sex lives and one in three rarely, if ever,
      experience orgasm; and

       ALMOST half (49 per cent) say they want sex most of the time when it
      is offered.

      "A lot of women want more emotional connection, but a lot of women
      said they want partners who are not 'rubbish' at sex," Ms Sauers said.

      "They want men to take more time and the really big one is women want
      emotional intimacy before sex."

      Women needed to understand their voice was "your most important sexual
      organ".

      "He isn't going to know how if you don't tell him," she said.

      "Women would rather fake orgasm than bother to explain how they would
      like sex."

      Corporate wife Jill Bourne agreed: Men needed to be "trained" on good
      sex techniques, but also how to treat women appreciably.

      "Trouble is women don't say what they want enough. It's not being
      demanding; it's give and take," said Mrs Bourne, who is "blissfully
      happy" with husband Ross.

      Good sex cannot happen without a "loving, nurturing, touching"
      environment.

      "One man can be having sex with you, but he isn't into you at all and
      another man who is loving you and making love to you and the
      difference is dramatic. Too many women have to put up with the first."

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      the participation blog is interesting to read at the end of the above
      link.

      eddie
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