The research shows that even those who aren't yet using products to enhance their sex lives are keen to experiment. Another 16% of Americans are open to trying vibrators, 23% would like to try an orgasm enhancing gel and 11% would consider aphrodisiacs or pheromones. Also, 45% of Americans think it is acceptable for products aimed at improving sex lives to be sold in mainstream stores.
"Millions of people feel unsatisfied with their sex lives. Whether it's the frequency of intercourse, or lack of variety and excitement, they feel that their sexual wellbeing is suffering," said Dr. Sari Locker, a sexuality and relationships educator.
"But there's a definite ray of hope that's apparent from the results of this survey," added Dr. Locker, author of The Complete Idiot's Guide To Amazing Sex. "More people than ever before are open to the idea that they can improve their sex lives. Becoming braver about making bedroom banter is the first step to knowing how to ask for more sexual excitement and creativity."
The global research was conducted to gain insights into sexual wellbeing from the general public in 26 countries. More than 26,000 people were questioned on key aspects of their lives: health, general wellbeing, education, beliefs, sex and relationships, attitudes to sex and social circumstances.
About The 2007/2008 Durex(R) Sexual Wellbeing Global Survey
"In the Bedroom" is the second in a five-part series of reports generated by a global survey on sexual wellbeing, commissioned by Durex(R).
This global research was conducted to gain insights into sexual wellbeing from the general public in 26 countries. In total 26,032 people were questioned on key aspects of their lives:
* general wellbeing
* education beliefs
* sex and relationships
* attitudes to sex and social circumstances
The objective was t
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