Saturday, August 18, 2012

A stunning 26 percent of women said that they fake it “every time.” - A survey

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Women aren’t as marriage-minded as men may think.

And they’re not the only ones who fake the orgasms either.

While a whopping 70 percent of men said they believed in the institution of marriage, only 44 percent of women felt the same, according to surveys of 50,000 men and women in the U.S., UK, Canada and Australia, carried out by AskMen.com.

Over a third of men admitting to having faked their climax at least once in their life.

A stunning 26 percent of women said that they fake it “every time.” Still, a third of women said they “never” feign their climax.

When it comes to personal appearance, women are harder on themselves than they are on their men.

When it comes to snooping, women are the less trusting — and trustworthy sex.

A shocking 34 percent of women admit to having broken into her boyfriend or husband’s email or messaging account. Nearly 30 percent said they monitor his online activities as a way of “checking up on him.”

When it came to sex, men weren’t all thrilled with their bedroom life.

Around 40 percent said that they were “somewhat satisfied” but that there was “room for improvement,” a sad 22 percent said “I have no sex life.”

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You may think your man wishes you were more like Kate Upton but...

Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield

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... in reality, he preferrs the sweet, sexy appeal of actress Emma Stone (shown here with beau Andrew Garfield).

Women are cranky too — 25 percent said they were “not at all satisfied, because of the quality of sex” and 27 percent said they “had no sex life.”

More than 50 percent of men admit to lying about how many parters they’ve slept with — although the poll data doesn’t reveal if they fibbed about having more or less fun in the bedroom.

While an encouraging 73 percent of men said that they’d take a male birth control pill if it became available, only 51 percent of women say they’d trust it.

While many men may go ape over blonde Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model Kate Upton, most men prefer the quirky beauty of Spider-Man star Emma Stone.

When asked to choose who they’d “like their girlfriends to be more like” over half chose the “Spider-Man” star. Only 20 percent chose the jiggly cover girl.

A quarter of women said that “being attractive and a great lover” were the main factors that made a female a “real woman.”

Sixty-seven percent said they’d stay with their man if he “got fat.”

More than half of the men polled (54 percent) said that they would dump their ladies if they packed on the pounds. NRX1

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