SEX HEALTH Your wife wants a sex toy!

Midweek Sport - - NEWS - By NEIL GOOD­WIN

Bon­ers

MORE and more Brit babes are buy­ing SEX TOYS for solo love ses­sions, ac­cord­ing to a fruity new sur­vey.

Con­sumer an­a­lysts are re­port­ing a huge surge in the sales of nookie aids, pre­dict­ing that items flogged to pun­ters will reach 400 MIL­LION glob­ally within the next 10 years.

A whop­ping 60 per cent of UK ladies al­ready own a dildo or vi­bra­tor. And fe­males polled by re­searchers at the Hew­son Group said buy­ing a down­stairs stim­u­la­tor was “ex­cit­ing”.

A spokesman said: “Women are mo­ti­vated by far more ba­sic in­stincts than com­monly as­cribed to them.

“The erotic, the naughty, the for­bid­den and even per­haps the slightly sor­did all have their ap­peal.”

Babes are also spend­ing on money on sex toys in the same way they’d splash out on new shoes, ac­cord­ing to the study.

Some lusty lasses ad­mit­ted fork­ing out as much as £200 ev­ery year on items to spice up their bed­room an­tics.

And the boffins say fe­male-only sex shops and a rise in celebs talk­ing in the me­dia about plas­tic stand-in bon­ers, has made women more com­fort­able about buy­ing adult prod­ucts.

A fur­ther 40 per cent of Bri­tish women use on­line pornog­ra­phy for mas­tur­ba­tion.

A sep­a­rate sur­vey also re­cently found the vast ma­jor­ity of men have no prob­lem in their la­dyfriends own­ing a mock John­son, with 70 per cent of those quizzed by In­di­ana Univer­sity, USA, say­ing that “vi­bra­tors make it eas­ier for a woman to have an or­gasm”, and that “vi­bra­tors are a healthy part of many women’s sex lives”.

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