New Survey Shows Women Prefer Less Foreplay?

January 13, 2009

Prague (ChattahBox) – A new study has shown that many women report less of a need for foreplay then the stereotypes would have you believe. But not everyone agrees that it’s all in the thrust.

According to the study, a significant amount of the 2300 women surveyed claimed more intense orgasms are caused by longer session of intercourse, rather then extended foreplay, as many originally believed.

However, sex expert Petra Boynton says putting the two in separate categories could be a major mistake, and that the results are not as black and white as they seem.

“Women in the study may claim to prefer penetrative sex alone, but I very much doubt that their sexual encounters consisted of their man pulling out his penis and inserting it into their vagina without any kissing, touching or stroking at all.”

Sorry, guys, looks like there is still some work to be had to get the gears moving.

Boynton went on to say, “It is also impossible to make such a sweeping statement that women ‘prefer’ intercourse. For everyone, the type of sex we enjoy can vary depending on our moods or situation.

“A foreplay-less ten minute quickie before we get up for work, for instance, might be perfectly acceptable, while a Saturday evening in with our man may happily turn into a more drawn-out affair.
“In my opinion, the key is to get a healthy dose of both in the way you enjoy them – rather than worrying about how others get on between the sheets.”


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