Top sex blun­ders re­vealed

Midweek Sport - - NEWS - By JAYNE FER­GU­SON [email protected]­

THE 10 big­gest sex mis­takes made by men and women have been re­vealed.

Women’s big­gest mis­take, ac­cord­ing to men, is fail­ing to ini­ti­ate sex more of­ten.

Two-thirds of men (64%) said they pri­mar­ily get sex started in a re­la­tion­ship and they would like it if their part­ner did this more.

Men’s big­gest mis­take, ac­cord­ing to 74% of women, is skip­ping on fore­play and rush­ing straight into full sex.

The re­sults are re­vealed in a new sur­vey of 2,000 men and women, split evenly be­tween the sexes, by Il­lic­itEn­coun­, the UK’s leading dat­ing web­site for mar­ried peo­ple.

It got men and women to list their top 10 sex pet hates in the hope of mak­ing both sexes bet­ter lovers.

The se­cond big­gest mis­take women make is al­ways want­ing sex in the dark, ac­cord­ing to 64% of the men polled.

In third place was fak­ing an or­gasm, with 46% of men say­ing they can tell if a woman does this.


Fourth place was talk­ing too much (42% of men com­plained about this) and fifth place (39%) was never ask­ing for some­thing new.

The se­cond big­gest male mis­take, ac­cord­ing to 68% of women, is hav­ing their or­gasm first and not en­sur­ing they re­turn the com­pli­ment.

In third place was be­ing clumsy and not treat­ing her body parts with enough sen­si­tiv­ity, with 62% of women com­plain­ing of this.

Fourth place was talk­ing dirty in a crude way (52% of women said they had ex­pe­ri­enced this) and the fifth big­gest turn off (47%) was lack of com­mu­ni­ca­tion/ in­ti­macy af­ter sex.

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