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Stop obsessing about your #sex number

A research study on sex revealed that men lie about sex. I know, shocking right? It turns out that when asked, men tend to exaggerate how many people that have had sex with.

Unlike the women surveyed, men wanted their number to be big, or bigger than it was. They had no problem with the whole concept of nsa sex either (no strings attached sex). They wanted to bang as many woman is they could.

Women on the other hand apparently didn’t agree and when asked in this survey about their sex lives, they tended to lie too. Only unlike men, they toned down their number of sexual partners, instead preferring people to think they had far less partners than they actually did.

This study done by Ohio State University at Mansfield men associated the total number of sexual partners in their lifetime with being a “real man”.

When so many people lie about sex, how in the hell did these researches get people to fess up? They took 293 college students between the ages of 18 and 25 and hooked them up to a lie detector. Well not at first. When they first came in they asked them a bunch of questions like how many people have you had sex with. Then later on they hooked them up to a lie detector and asked them the same questions. That of course is how they found out that men tended to lie and say they had sex with more women than they really did and women tended to say they had sex with less men than they really did.

What I don’t get is why people still think your number is that big of a deal?

I remember watching some stupid movie where the premises was that if you had sex with more than 20 people you were doomed to a lie of misery — In other words, you were going to whore hell!

Why is sex still seen as a bad thing for women? Don’t people realize that sex is a good thing?

Men joke about wanting no strings attached sex and how great it is, but what they should be doing is sharing that knowledge with the women in their lives because truth is, there is nothing like a quick roll in the hay with some hot guy.

We don’t need relationships to enjoy sex and who cares if you’ve been with 10 guys or 1,000? That doesn’t make you a whore, that just makes you more experienced in knowing what you want and knowing what your body needs to feel good!

Study Confirms that Everyone Lies About Sex

In what is probably not a big surprise to many, a new study out confirms that everyone lies about sex. {source}

Someone’s got a secret…

I do my best to be as honest as possible. Telling the truth is just so much easier than lying. Unfortunately there are some people that can’t handle the truth and you will get a reputation for being a prick. At least you’re an honest prick rather than a lying prick.

There is one exception to my honesty policy and it’s sex.

To be honest with you I don’t know why I feel so compelled to lie about sex but I am. I’ve been lying about sex since before I even started having sex.

I lost my virginity to my high school girlfriend in senior year. We dated for six months before she was ready to have sex. God knows I tried to have sex with her every single day of those six months. Right as I was about to finally put my penis in her vagina and lose my virginity once and for all she stopped and said, “You’ve done this before, right?”

“Yes,” I replied without any hesitation. It was just a reflex. There I was, about to have sex for the first time (which I’m convinced to this day that she knew I was also a virgin because we had talked about it before) and I lied about sex.

Ever since then lying about sex has been second nature.

A new study by Ohio State University confirms that I’m not the only one lying about sex. It turns out everyone lies about sex!

293 college students between the ages of 18 and 25 were asked to complete a questionnaire about 124 different behaviours while connected to a lie detector.

When asked about their sex lives, the men participating claimed to have more sexual partners when they weren’t connected to the lie detector than when they were connected. The women of the study claimed to have fewer sexual partners without the lie detector than when they were connected to the lie detector.

On average the women had more sexual partners than the men.

“There is something unique about sexuality that led people to care more about matching the stereotypes for their gender,” said Terri Fisher, the study’s author and a professor of psychology at OSU. “Sexuality seemed to be the one area where people felt some concern if they didn’t meet the stereotypes of a typical man or a typical woman.”

So there you have it, everybody lies about sex.

If everybody is doing it then there’s nothing wrong with it, right?