10| 300 Million and 7 Calories
For the average healthy man there is a staggering 300 million sperm in just a teaspoon of semen. Average number of calories in that teaspoon? Seven.
9| The Average Weekly Frequency For Sex
A Durex survey outlined that the average number of times people have sex is 103 times per year, 1.98 times per week and 0.28 times per day! Incorporating sex into your life does have its benefits, including stress relief and increased energy, but there is no right or wrong quota you need to hit.
8| Active Sex Around The Globe
There are roughly 100 million acts of sexual intercourse each day. That’s a lot.
7| Heavier Men last Longer In Bed
Put down the weights and grab a hamburger: Researchers in Turkey have finished a yearlong study that correlated body mass index with male sexual performance. Their findings may surprise you: Heavier men were able to make love for an average of 7.3 minutes, while slender men lasted an average of 108 seconds. The study, published in Nature, showed that overweight men had higher levels of the female estradiol hormone, which blocks male hormones and delays the climax.
6| Men Have More Orgasms
75% of men always reach orgasm whilst making love, but for us ladies the headlines aren’t so great, with only 29% reporting an orgasm through penetrative sex. Hey – it’s the taking part that counts! However, the majority of women reach orgasm though clitoral simulation rather than vaginal.
5| Ancient Egyptians Contraceptive
The Ancient Egyptians used dried crocodile dung as a contraceptive. The dung contains spermicidal properties similar to those used on condoms. A) We don’t want to know how they discovered this and B) Being covered in crocodile poo. Not sexy.
4| More Cornflakes Less Sex Thoughts
The man who bought the world Kellogg’s Cornflakes- had more motivation than just a healthy diet. A virulent anti-masturbation campaigner, Dr Kellogg believed if you had a healthy diet it would reduce sexual thoughts popping into your head.
3| A Dozen A Day
Men have an average 11 erections per day.
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