Sex: Men have ‘the headache’ in 2014

By Drum Digital
22 August 2014

A recent study done by a website which specialises in attached people looking to cheat has found a huge increase in both women’s sexual appetites.

A recent study done by a website which specialises in attached people looking to cheat has found a huge increase in both women’s sexual appetites and their confidence in their abilities in the bedroom.

The site, Victoria Milan asked its members three simple questions about their long-term relationships in 2013 and again this year.

The comparison of the results from 2013 and 2014 collected from 4,746 cheating males and 2,456 cheating females shows a huge increase in both women’s sexual appetites and their confidence in their abilities in the bedroom.

These results also send the very clear message that their male counterparts just can’t keep up.

CEO and founder of Victoria Milan, Sigurd Vedal, said women have been sexually awakened, but they are not being satisfied at home.

“It’s men who are using the ever-convenient ‘headache’ excuse at bedtime now.  Women are making sexual demands, and their partners just can’t keep up.  Ladies are becoming more and more resourceful in making sure their needs are fulfilled.”

Last year, 81% of men and 58% of women surveyed were looking for sex outside their relationships.

This year, those results were turned around, and women want more sex than men. The percentage of women looking for sex outside the relationship rose by 19% to 77%, while the percentage of men is down by 9% to 72%. This means that 5% more women than men are looking for something more on the side.

Perhaps this is because 81% of women say their partners can’t keep up with their sex drive – a whopping 22% more than in 2013. In addition, women are increasingly becoming more assured of their bedroom skills—10% more than in 2013, with 54% saying they believe they are meeting the sexual expectations of their lover.

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