Which would you rather give up—sex or your cellphone? A recent study by TeleNav found that a surprising number of people—a third of all those that they surveyed—would choose to forego the former rather than the latter. And the percentage shot up when they looked at women’s answers. Gulp, a whopping 70 percent of ladies said that they’d gladly give up sex for a week rather than go a week without their phone. The survey found that people would be willing to give up some other big items too if it meant getting to keep their phones on their person. For example, 70 percent said they would completely ditch alcohol, 55 percent said they would bid caffeine adieu, and 54 percent said they would give up exercise.
This has me wondering: are we too dependent on our phones? Keep reading »
Lunch time! You know what you should do while you nosh on that overpriced salad? Fill out Maxim‘s LADIES ONLY sex survey. They’ve asked us to hook them up with the intelligent, sassy, snarky pool of ladies that read this blog in hopes that you’ll provide their readers with the information they’re desperate to know about the mysterious female psyche. Keep reading »
At AskMen, it’s our goal to understand exactly what it means to be a man. It’s a goal we pursue every day through our articles and our interaction with readers, and it’s why we’re once again turning to our readers to ask: Who is the modern man? We invite you to participate in our annual Great Male Survey to find out what has changed, what is new and what remains constant about being a man. Start with Part 1: Dating & Sex. Part II: Lifestyle launches May 31. Part III: Men in 2010 launches June 14. Check back for all the results on July 13. Read more … Keep reading »
The results from AskMen.com’s second annual Great Male Survey are in, with more than 50,000 men between 18 and 34 weighing in on sex, dating, politics, and more. Some of the results surprised us since they go against what we’ve encountered among the men in our lives. After the jump, the most startling (and obvious) results. Keep reading »
A new study is claiming women don’t like one-night stands. Um, doesn’t a blanket statement like that need circumstantial qualifications? Such as: Women don’t like one-night stands when:
1. It’s a pity lay.
2. They’re new to college and sex, so they’re not really sure how to do it.
3. They’ve accidentally taken home David Hasselhoff.
4. They’re drunk and/or regret it the next day.
Then maybe the research compiled by Professor Ann Campbell of Durham University through an internet survey, claiming that 54% of women have negative feelings the next day, might make sense. After all, why would women do something they don’t want to over and over again? We here at The Frisky get it and take it when we want it. Sure, we all want quality over quantity, but women are adults and we all make our own decisions. Sure, someday we may use our tunnel of love for birthin’ babies, but up until that point, we’re all just in it for the ride. Well, at least 46% of us. [Sunderland Echo]
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