Honesty may be the best policy, but only if you're OK being single.Those of you whose sexual histories have an extended BC (before couple!If our sex numbers didn't matter, we wouldn't have so many controversial ideas surrounding it.Women either flee from the reality of their sex number or exercise their right not to share it. Enjoy every sexual encounter as much as Drake enjoys his turtleneck.I guess being home to the Vatican doesn't help much with progressive attitudes toward sex.We're not quite sure what's going on in the Netherlands, though.According to the numbers, women are 5% more likely than men to decrease the number of sexual partners they've had -- while men inflate their sexual resumés twice as often as women.
But while we may have a woman president come November, the study (and the rest of the world) suggests women are still afraid of being perceived as sluts.
or, at least amongst European and North American countries included in the study. In France, you can have up to 16 lovers before new ones start throwing their world-renowned judgment your way.
The Italians and the Dutch were most conservative, preferring their SOs to have no more than 12 and 11 partners, respectively.
After a few more conquests, I'll have to start counting with my pinky toe.
People I tell claim not to care, but I certainly do.The stigma around sex is waning and very few people have the gumption to ask a woman how many partners she's had.