Gary Lineker received a red card as a result of a sexual poll after he claimed that football is better than making love.
The 61-year-old Match of the Day star said she watched it even more Leicester to win FA Cup last year – to explain the “euphoria” of the victory of their heroes was better than sex. But research shows that two-thirds of men disagree with this – and say they are more fun to score with their partner.
The most popular myth about male sex is that they are more into sports than nuki: 64% of men said they would choose to ride in the hay with their partner rather than watch their favorite team. Jessica Leoni, an expert on sex and relationships at IllicitEncounters.com, said: “Gary Lineker believes football is better than sex.
“It makes you wonder if Gary is doing it right, because two-thirds of men choose passion every time. But I guess they didn’t play forward England».
The most common myth about sex for women is that they want less passion than their male partner. In fact, 56% of women have higher sex drive. The second most common male myth was that guys think about sex every seven seconds.
And there is no scientific basis for claims that guys with big legs or big hands also have big penises. The second most common myth about sex, according to women, is that size really does matter.
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Three-quarters of women (74%) said it wasn’t a big factor, with technique more important than how big a man is.
Ms. Leoni added: “There are a lot of myths around sex that tend to hold true.
“Who hasn’t eaten oysters and mentioned that they are famous aphrodisiacs unless there is evidence that they make you feel sexy?”