Human sexual activity
“No means no” is a new battle cry for Brazilian women mobilizing against assault at carnival, a raucous party whose free-wheeling atmosphere leaves women particularly vulnerable to unwanted sexual contact.
The ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) Deputy Metin Külünk submitted a legislative proposal on Sept. 8 to the Turkish parliament, asking for those involved in consensual incest relationships to be given jail terms between eight and 12 years.
Külünk's proposal said the 104th article of the Turkish Criminal Law should add the following provision:
According to a worldwide survey conducted condom manufacturing company “Durex”, Greeks and Brazilians are the most sexually active nations in the world, with 87% and 82% of their population having sex weekly. It is natural to focus on the champions of sex, but who are the least sexually active nations in the world.
Greeks might have the reputation of being hot Mediterranean lovers, but it seems the economic crisis has taken its toll on them, as anxiety and uncertainty about their future has set in adversely affecting their performance. According to a well known condom company, Greeks have sex at least once a week on average, putting them first in the world.
The older a man gets the less sexual drive he has. The bad news is that, apart from a drop in sexual desire men also experience an anatomical change. A reduction in penis size! According to a number of studies on matters of sexual life published in journals, to percentage of sexually active men between the ages of 40 and 70 falls from 60 percent to 30 percent.
The continuing dominance of conservative attitudes to sex and virginity appear to have been confirmed by a recent survey, Monitoring the Situation of Children and Women, produced by the Kosovo Agency of Statistics and UNICEF.
According to the survey, practically all unmarried women aged 15 to 24 are virgins, while no married woman aged 49 and under had ever changed sexual partner.