Lack­ing in sex ap­peal

Isis Town and Country - - NEWS / WELCOME -

NEW sta­tis­tics re­leased today by Weight Watch­ers re­veal fewer than one third (28 per cent) of Aus­tralian women con­sider their body as sex­u­ally ap­peal­ing – with more than half (52 per cent) ad­mit­ting a lack of body con­fi­dence means the lights are left off when it comes to sex.

Not only that, but 39 per cent of women ad­mit to hav­ing neg­a­tive body thoughts at least once a day, and two in three (61 per cent) of the na­tion’s fe­males feel their sex life has been im­pacted by poor body con­fi­dence in the past year.

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