It’s no secret that European countries are the more sexually active countries in the world but did you know that Malaysia is also within the list?
Based on a Durex survey, Malaysia ranks within the top 10 most sexually satisfied countries in the world. Sexual satisfaction is defined by being free from stress, having the ability to orgasm, being free from sexual dysfunction and the frequency of enjoying sex and foreplay.
So which other countries made the cut?
This country has a long tradition of partaking in sexual activities, and this dates back to the ancient times. After all, these are the guys who made popular the concept of pederasty and Sapphic love. With its temperate Mediterranean weather, beaches and tons of islands, it’s no wonder why Greece is ranked first as the most sexually active country in the world.
Considering how this is the birthplace of the thong, it makes sense that sex is as essential as breathing in Brazil. Stroll along any beach and you would certainly find many gorgeous women sunbathing by the shore of perhaps even taking a dip in the ocean. It’s no secret that people here have amazing bods and they should totally flaunt it if they’ve got it. 😉
80% of Russian adults have sex at least once a week and Igor S. Kon mentioned in the International Encyclopedia of Sexuality how sexual satisfaction and general satisfaction with marriage itself is closely interrelated. “Practically all couples maximally satisfied with their marriages believed they were sexually compatible, while only 63 percent were sexually compatible among the maritally dissatisfied,” Igor stated.
Many Italians live la dolce vita with sex high on their list of things to do on a daily basis. A poll found that 32% of Italians over the age of 60 still have sex regularly. It’s unclear if this means that seniors are schtupping around the clock or once a week. However, one thing’s clear; their frequency in the sack helped give this country a spot on our list of top 10 most sexually active countries.
For a fairly conservative culture, Poland has earned a steamy reputation as one of the most sexually active countries out there. In fact, Poland has an annual Eroticon festival that showcases the latest and greatest sex toys and mechanisms in the adult industry.
In general, our country definitely appears conservative. For example, there was a recent controversy over whether sex education should be taught in high school or not. However, behind closed doors (pun totally intended) lies the real story: Malaysians are swinging from the bedposts, and loving every minute of it.
In fact, 74% of Malaysians reportedly have sex at least once a week. Interestingly though, Malaysians still have a pretty shallow knowledge about sex as proven by this survey by Durex.
Sure, they’re politically neutral, but the Swiss definitely have a set opinion about sex. Psst, that opinion roughly translates to: “Gimme more.” Apart from their regular bedroom feats, prostitution is also legal in this country. Yep, that’s right.
Recently, it’s been reported that Spanish men have turned to our modern-day Spanish fly, Viagra, to please their ladies longer — even if they are fully capable of the act without the pill. Of course, this little enhancement makes sure they meet their own expectations as well, proving that this is definitely one of the most sexually active countries around.
In May of 2008, Mexico City’s government distributed 700,000 copies of sex-ed textbooks to deliver to the city’s student population, well aware that the kids would be doing the horizontal tango one way or another. They also place 2nd in a ranking of most sexually satisfied countries in the world.
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