10% OF BRITS TOO SHY FOR SOBER SEX
SHY Brits have confessed they are too shy to have sex unless they are DRUNK!
More than one in 10 couples who live together say they haven’t had “sober” nookie in six months.
That’s according to new research by an online pharmacy which suggests couples simply “aren’t in the mood” for a bonk without Dutch courage.
All those taking part were asked to state when they had last had sex with their loved one, to which 96 per cent claimed they had done so within the past six months.
They were then asked: “When did you last make love to your partner without being under the influence of alcohol?”
The majority (52%) answered “within the past month”, while 11 per cent said “over six months ago”. Those who claimed not to have made love to their partner sober in the past six months were asked why they believed it was the case.
Sixy six per cent claimed that they simply “aren’t in the mood unless under the influence of alcohol”, while 18 per cent admitted that they drank regularly with their partner so were usually tipsy when it came to bonking.
Just under half (48%) claimed that it had “negatively affected” their sex lives.
Sarah Bailey of UKMedix.com, who carried out the poll, said: “We Britons love our booze – in responsible measures, of course – but it seems that we may be letting the alcohol come between us and our partner in the bedroom.
“It was shocking to see that as many as one in 10 couples haven’t made love sober in over six months.
“While there’s not necessarily anything wrong with this, our results show that many think booze affects the quality of our lovemaking in a negative way, and so it’s clearly impacting enjoyment between the sheets.”