Sex Survey: British women prefer kinky art & entertainment professionals in bed

Survey Reveals British Women Rate Kinky Art & Entertainment Professionals
As Top Performers In The Sack

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2 in 5 women rate The ‘Christian Greys’ of the Professional World as the Best Lovers 

1 in 8 Partners of Uniformed Workers say they ‘could be better’ or are ‘poor lovers’  

While women searching for ‘Mr Right’ often turn to a man’s profession to get an idea of his status, wealth and personality traits, a new study by online sex toy retailer Bondara.co.uk has found they can also look at a man’s profession to reveal exactly what he is like in the sack!

The survey interviewed 1,023 British women aged 18-45 about their perceptions of their partner’s sexual preferences and profession to find out whether men share the same sexy traits as those in the same or similar professions.

A key finding of the survey was that British women rate Arts & Entertainment professionals (jobs such as Actors, Musicians, Artists, Fashion Designers, TV & Radio Presenters and Producers) as the top performers in the sack with 2 in 5 partners giving them the gold star ratings of either ‘excellent’ or ‘the best lover I have ever had.’ Unfortunately, Uniformed workers (Firefighter, Police, Armed Forces) fared less well in the performance stakes with only 24 per cent of women rating them highly and one in eight (13 per cent) saying either they could be better or are poor lovers. Only 17 per cent of partners said they didn’t need any improvement at all.

Performance On The Job

While the survey revealed four in every 15 women (27%) is completely happy with their lovers, it was Blue Collar workers who fared the best in this respect with a third (33 per cent) of their lovers saying they had no need for improvement.

Creative Professionals (Marketing, Advertising, Media or Publishing Professional) were the most in tune and willing to please their lovers with a whopping ‘60 per cent of partners saying they know what I enjoy and make sure I am happy,’ significantly higher than the overall number of women who said the same thing. (40 per cent) The lowest scoring professional in this respect were Suits (Lawyer, Accountant, Banker, Businessman, Manager, Supervisor) at 36%.

Partners of uniformed workers (Police, Fire Service, Armed Forces) are the most likely to say foreplay is ‘very routine and the same every time’ (24 per cent) and ‘it’s hit and miss, sometimes amazing and sometimes mediocre’ (21 per cent) whereas partners of Arts & Entertainment professionals are the most likely to say ‘it’s amazing – the best I’ve ever had’ (35 per cent) and ‘he has great technique’ (33 per cent)

When women were asked about their partner’s best and worst lovemaking attributes, partners of uniformed workers are most likely to say their best is their ability to communicate their desires (33 per cent) however 1 in 4 women said his best attribute was that he finishes quickly! A third of partners (33 per cent) also want them to be more attentive to their needs.

I in 5 partners of Creative professionals said their best attribute was their love of kinky accessories however 1 in 4 (26 per cent) wanted their partner to be more affectionate before, during and after sex.

For the partners of Hands-on professionals (chefs, hairdressers) their best attribute is being romantic and affectionate (37 per cent) however 1 in 5 wished they had a higher sex drive. (20 per cent)

Public Sector Workers (Teachers, Health workers, Doctors, Government workers) best attribute is being attentive and unselfish (37 per cent) however 1 in 6 partners said they need better technique. 2 in 5 women said Arts & Entertainment professionals are good with their hands however 28 percent wanted them to last longer during sex.

Kink

In addition to being the best rated lovers, Arts & Entertainment professionals are also the ‘Christian Greys’ of the professional world with 1 in 7 willing to experiment with heavy Bondage and BDSM. They are also the most likely to experiment with role play with a third (33 per cent) willing to give it a try, uniformed workers were the lowest scoring here at just 6 per cent.

Creative professionals were the least likely to experiment with heavy kink (0 per cent) however they were the most daring in other respects with almost a third (31 per cent) willing to have sex al fresco and almost a third (29 per cent) happy to have a threesome.

Public Sector workers are the most likely to experiment with light bondage including handcuffs and light restraints (31 per cent) whereas Hands on Professionals are the least likely at 7 per cent. Public Sector workers are also the most willing to experiment with sex toys (40 per cent) although they were closely followed by ‘Suits’ (35 per cent) and Blue Collar Workers (35 per cent.)

Talking dirty was a popular choice among all professions however it was Tech professionals ((Engineering, Architect, Technical or Computer Specialist) (34 per cent) and Hands-on professional (chefs/hairdressers) (37 per cent) that are particularly fond of lusty lingo.

Sexual Libido

While on average most couples make love 1-2 times a week, the survey revealed Arts & Entertainment professionals have the highest sex drives with an average frequency of at least 3-4 times a week.

While Arts & Entertainment professionals have the most sex, the survey found a discrepancy between the amount of sex some professions are having and the amount of sex they actually wanted. Blue Collar workers and Marketing professionals are the least satisfied with the average frequency, with 1 in 7 Blue Collar Workers and 1 in 7 Marketing professionals wanting sex at least once a day.

Despite wanting more sex, Blue Collar Workers and Marketing professionals are the most understanding of all the professions when their amorous advances are not reciprocated. Over a quarter (27 per cent) of Blue Collar workers understand when the time isn’t right and are fine about it (Arts & Entertainment Professionals were the lowest scoring at 4 per cent.) while over a quarter (26 per cent) of Marketing professionals are happy to have a cuddle instead,  (Uniformed workers are  the lowest scoring here at  (11 per cent))

Partners of Arts & Entertainment professionals are the most likely to say if they are not in the mood and he is they have sex anyway (1 in 6) and uniformed workers are the most  likely to avoid taking about it and do something else (1 in7) The survey also found Hands–on professionals such as Chefs and Hairdressers were the most likely to take it badly if their partner is not in the mood with over a quarter of their partners (27 per cent) saying their typical response is to get in a mood and sulk.

Distractions

While it’s not uncommon for everyday distractions to get in the way of a couples bedroom fun, the survey found that different professions tended to be more easily distracted by different things with Arts and Entertainment professionals the most likely to be distracted by their boss/work (26 per cent) and their mobile phones. (26 per cent) Uniformed workers were the most likely to be distracted by a sports or hobby (24 per cent) and by their mothers! (1 in 7)  Public Sector workers, however, took the top spot with almost a third of partners (30 per cent) saying they get distracted away from sex by anything from video games and television programmes to food, pets and their friends.

Fifty Shades of Grey Culture

Chris Simms, Managing Director of Bondara.co.uk said, “While it is commonly believed that Fifty Shades of Grey and the subsequent boom in sex toy sales was largely caused by an influx of women becoming interested in experimenting with kink in the bedroom, what we have actually found is significant interest in adult products from men which is reflected by our large male customer database.”

“Men who work within the same or similar professions often share similar characteristics, for instance creativity or strategic thinking which can influence other areas of their lives -The aim of the survey was to see whether this influence extended to the bedroom and to find out whether certain professional are more open to certain types of sexual play.  It is great to see that men across all professions are willing to try new things in the bedroom but more interesting to discover that the Christian Greys of the professional world are rated the best lovers by women!”

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