Need an Opener? Take a look at this faq!
The Kinsey Institute is THE place to go for sexual statistics and date from research. This faq goes through those most asked questions about… SEX! So next time you want to sexualize a conversation but be bland about it, how about bringing up, “I just read the Faq for the Kinsey Institute. Did you realize 19% of women think about sex everyday or several times a day, 67% a few times per month or a few times per week, and 14% less than once a month (Laumann, Gagnon, Michael, Michaels, 1994). (here’s the punch line) The only thing this research tells me is that 81% of women lie on questionnaires about sex.”
The best setup for meeting a woman into S and M is if she is a full time employee and is making more than 50,000 dollars US.
Here’s some other cool tidbits:
“While both men and women can experience similar fantasies, women more often fantasize about taking a passive role or being dominated while men more often fantasize about taking a dominant role, doing something sexual to their partner, or having multiple partners. (Leitenberg, 1995).”
In other words most women want you to take the lead in the bedroom. We know that.
23% of non-married men reported they have never had sex in the past year, 25% reported only a few times in the past year, 26% reported a few times in the past month, 19% reported 2-3 times a week, and 7% reported 4 or more times a week (Laumann, Gagnon, Michael, Michaels, 1994).
32% of non-married women reported they have never had sex in the past year, 23% reported only a few times in the past year, 24% reported a few times in the past month, 15% reported 2-3 times a week, and 5% reported 4 or more times a week (Laumann, Gagnon, Michael, Michaels, 1994).
Lots of women out there looking for a budding pua to take the lead!
Women are much more likely to be nearly always or always orgasmic when alone than with a partner. However, among women currently in a partnered relationship, 62% say they are very satisfied with the frequency/consistency of orgasm (Davis, Blank, Hung-Yu, & Bonillas, 1996).
Translation: 38 percent of guys really suck in bed! And phone sex! (you guys, please hit the David Shade link on the right of this page!)
And here’s the Kinsey Institute faq on Penis size myths!
The issue of attractiveness to women is complex, but most data suggest that penile size is much lower down the list of priorities for women than such issues as a man’s personality and external grooming,” the researchers write.
Have you had avatar or PUA training from me yet? Yeah, your penis will seem much bigger to her with a bigger personality.
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