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We asked for a no-Âholds-barred conversation: Talk to us about sex, we said, and tell us everything.
In the end, 3,911 women bravely spoke up in our first-ever sex survey.
This is encouraging news, because regular sex with your partner is vital to any healthy happy relationship, says Sue Mc Garvie, a sex therapist, syndicated radio host and author of Quivering Jello: How to Have Mind-Blowing, Toe Curling Orgasms (Romance Communications).
Communication lines are honest and open, the comfort level is high and you have a sense of play.
Sex is important to you both, and you celebrate it by making time for it.
And even fewer ever want to dominate those partners in bed.
Four out of five are in monogamous relationships; the rest are single; and by and large they’re heterosexual.
Each revealed to Chatelaine her honest and candid opinions (we’d expect nothing less), though, overall, the women we polled held firm to a fairly conservative notion of sexuality.