In which, he draws on data from The National Survey of Sexual Attitudes and Lifestyles the widest survey of sexual behaviour since the Kinsey Report to answers crucial questions like what are we all doing? How often? And how has it changed? In recognition of this essential tome, GQ asks Spiegelhalter to expand on some of the more illuminating findings and graphics from the book.
Is Everyone Having Anal Without Me?
The Consequences of Heterosexual Anal Sex for Women | Medical Institute for Sexual Health
Scientists have crunched the numbers on how often wedded couples get busy in the sheets — and found out what they're into. How do you measure up? Do the deed as often as you go to Sunday brunch, and you're normal as bacon and eggs. If you want the math for an entire year, married couples do it an average of times, according to multiple studies , just slightly more than unmarried people. Wish we could say for sure. We'll have what they're having.
How the Normalization of Anal Sex Has Shifted the Conversation About Consent
Skip navigation! There are plenty of misconceptions out there about anal sex, but the biggest one might be that nobody's having it: According to the results of a new study, at least one in three straight women in the U. For the study , published earlier this month in the Journal of Sexual Medicine , researchers analyzed data from the National Survey of Family Growth, including information from a nationally representative sample of 10, heterosexual women between the ages of 15 and
Another study conducted by the University of Indiana asked questions on heterosexual anal sex and found that the percentage having anal intercourse within the past year demonstrated a similar age breakdown as that of the NSFG. Adolescents are also practicing heterosexual anal sex; and again, the prevalence increases with age. Are there health concerns regarding heterosexual anal intercourse? Of course — as with all types of sexual activity — there are both emotional and physical pitfalls.