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.
- By worldwide standards, people in Asia tend to be quite old when they lose their virginity
Asian countries had higher median ages of virginity loss than the global average, according to the World Health Organisation and the prestigious Lancet medical journal. Only two countries on each of the continents’ relatively large continents are included in the statistics for both Africa and South America. When comparing Asia to the other continents with more thorough coverage, the discrepancy becomes even more evident. The reasons behind similar figures in East Asia are more difficult to pinpoint. I don’t usually blame things on “culture,” however some research suggests that East Asian religious traditions or cultural standards may foster sexual conservatism. A group of researchers discovered extremely high degrees of “embarrassment” about discussing sexual activities in public in one study. According to the researchers, respondents from East Asian countries were “more sexually conservative, more male-oriented, and less sexually active” when compared to men and women from “Western” locations.
- The Japanese public is dissatisfied with their sexual lives
Even among the lowest-scoring countries in Durex’s polls, Japan stands out. Do you get what I’m getting at? Japan is the only country in the world where a higher percentage of people are unhappy with their sexual lives than satisfied. The Japanese have irregular and unpleasant sex, which is understandable. Japan has experienced some of the world’s longest average working hours for many years. This lowers the chances of sex on its own. Working hours have made “physical contact” between spouses “so infrequent,” according to veteran Japan writer Michael Zielenziger, that “more than one in three custom residences is now planned with separate bedrooms for husband and wife.”
- 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 findings. Aside from that, Singapore, China, and Mexico had the smallest differences in male and female orgasm rates, while Russia and Thailand had the most. 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. It’s possible that the data has become corrupted 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.
Harris Interactive, a polling agency, acquired representative samples of heterosexual sex-havers from a variety of countries. The research offers critical details on how people in different countries enjoy sex, when they enjoy it, and whether or not sexual enjoyment is gender-neutral (or not). According to Durex, people are significantly happy with their sex life when they feel valued during sex. Due to working hours, “physical contact” between spouses has become “extremely infrequent,” according to Durex reporter Michael Zielenziger. Nigeria has a four-point gap, implying that the in-person interviews are skewing the results once again. There is almost no association between overall gender equality and a country’s orgasm gap.
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