Fel­las’ oral sex a cun­ning plan

Midweek Sport - - SEX HEALTH -

ONE in 10 Brits with a sex dis­ease is too em­bar­rassed to get help.

A stag­ger­ing 25 per cent also suf­fer from a “sex­ual con­di­tion” such as droopy dick, yet many don’t get treat­ment be­cause they are ashamed or too wor­ried about the out­come, re­veals re­search

A shock study says 37 per cent of peo­ple in­ter­viewed be­lieved they had an STD, 27 per cent had oc­ca­sional or fre­quent erec­tile dys­func­tion and 22 per cent suf­fered pain dur­ing sex.

Al­most two thirds said they turned to the in­ter­net to di­ag­nose them­selves and 18 per cent treated them­selves with over-the-counter medicine.

Just un­der 10 per cent ad­mit­ted con­fid­ing in fam­ily mem­bers rather than a med­i­cal pro­fes­sional about their “se­cret sex­prob­lem”, says BLOKES per­form oral sex on women to cut the risk of in­fi­delity, says a study.

The “mate re­ten­tion tac­tic” the­ory comes af­ter al­most 250 men were quizzed about why they went down on their wives or girl­friends.

Re­searchers say: “Men at greater re­cur­rent risk of sperm com­pe­ti­tion are more likely to per­form cun­nilin­gus on their part­ner un­til she achieves or­gasm.

“Cun­nilin­gus and fe­male or­gasm may be best ex­plained as a male mate re­ten­tion strat­egy.”

But crit­ics of the sur­vey at Oakland Univer­sity in Rochester, Michi­gan, claimed the re­search was point­less as not all hu­man be­hav­iour needed to have a sci­en­tist rea­son be­hind it.

One said: “We’ve not just had sex for the pur­pose of ba­bies for a long time.

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