SEX FORUM Too stressed to shag? Anxious Brits go without
A NEW survey has revealed that STRESS is the biggest turn-off in the bedroom.
It topped the list of reasons that people turn down a shag, with 27 per cent of people admitting that it put them off having a bonk.
The second most common reason for shunning some saucy bedroom action was the belief that their sex lives could be better, with a whopping quarter of people admitting there is some room for improvement.
Just under one in 10 of those asked said their romps were ‘underwhelming’ and five per cent even confessed that they found bonking ‘dull’.
And an unfortunate 16 per cent of people made the shocking confession that they didn’t have a sex life at all.
Condom makers Lelo commissioned the poll in honour of National Orgasm Day and quizzed 1,000 men and women about their sexual habits.
A spokesperson said: “The vast majority admit there is significant room for improvement in bed.”
But while many thought that they could do better between the sheets, more than a quarter of people boasted that their sex lives were ‘very good’.
And one in 10 admitted they’d class themselves as ‘adventurous’ in the sack.
We asked Sport scorcher Polly Anderson what her biggest turn-off is and whether she thinks there is any room for improvement when it comes to her shagging skills.
The Derby stunna, 20, said: “Stress definitely isn’t a turn-off for me, in fact I’d say it’s the opposite.
“If I’ve had a really long or stressful day then the best thing to cure that is a good shag!
“I’d say the most common reason I turn down sex – which, let’s be honest, is very rare – is if I am really tired and just need to sleep.
“As for my skills between the sheets, I don’t think there is any room for improvement. At least I’ve never had any complaints!”