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Fri 12th January 2007

“No Sex Please We are British” Is Now British Harlots

Filed under: General — Intrepid @ 4:47 pm

Dateline: UK
By: Intrepid
From: Agence France Presse through My Nation India
Via: the Honor Network

Priority News Exchange Program News Item (PNEP)

A Durex Big Sex Survey of some 3,000 British citizens averaged a 72 per cent of people want more sex — 62 per cent of women and 82 per cent of men. Women are more unfaithful to their partners than men, the survey showed with some 40 per cent of female respondents saying they have cheated, compared with 34 per cent of men.

And the daydreams are not all heterosexual: a third of women (34 per cent) fantasize in general about lesbian sex, compared with 14 per cent of men who have gay fantasies.
Yes, we must protect women from lecherous men, for men are likely to screwing around with any women they can get their hands on????? Hmm…

Those with more power seem to change beds more often it would seem, and women have been given the power by government and now cheat more (unless in the past they didn’t kiss and tell). Funny how we still continuing to claim men have the problem (at least in the MSM). The ironies keep coming! Deadbeat moms worse in the US and UK and now women cheat more! I wonder what they will find if they ever get around to measuring lying? I’d like to exclude sex from this survey though, for little lies are a subtle effeminates modus operandi.

One Response to ““No Sex Please We are British” Is Now British Harlots”

  1. Louise says:

    Has anyone seen this debate on the David Farrar blog. Very interesting.
    http://www.kiwiblog.co.nz/2007/01/is_this_rape.html

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