Ach du Lieber! Germany Tops Sex Study…

In case you were wondering which country does it better, more often, and enjoys it the most, this just in:

Germany wins, hands down.

Talk about total annihilation of all preconceived notions.

The study, which included 26,000 people in 26 countries and was released Tuesday by the condom conglomerate, Durex, found that 55 percent of all Germans 16 and older regularly have orgasms. this compares to only 48 percent of the rest of the world. Not only that, but 80 percent of German men areport climaxing most of that time.

Their women don’t do as well: only 35 percent, which is about the same rate as their counterparts all over the world. However, over 65 percent of these ladies report that they are more than satisfied with the intensity of their orgasms, compared to 55 percent of British birds, and 47 percent of French mademoiselles.
Next time I see someone wolfing down the sausage and saurkraut, I’m telling the waitress, “I’ll have what she’s having…”

Speaking of making the most of any situation, I hope you’ll check out my article in SMW’s Relationship Channel, “The Cougar Phenomenon: From Men to Boys.” Older women are discovering that love means never having to say you’re sorry—for having a great time in the sack, with someone younger. If you’ve wondered how a woman can do that without getting hurt, you’ll find it worth reading.

Another, albeit less appealing view of sex without intimacy is handled in Paula Santonocito’s article this week in SMW’s Careers Channel, “Dealing with Sexual Harassment at Work.

A reminder: Have you ordered your Mother’s Day bouquet this year? If not, DO IT NOW. The last thing you want it is to hear that they are out of roses—or that the delivery won’t make it in time. The hot color: lavender roses. Check it out here…

And if you’re a single moms who is ready to get back into the dating pool, Melissa Chapman’s article, “Single Minded Women’s No Frills Guide to Internet Dating for Single Moms” is a must-read for you.

If you feel that you’re not ready yet–because of some body image issue you may have, Martin Brown’s latest article in SMW’s Health Channel, “Healthy Snacks: Eat Right, Feel Great!” will motivate you to take that first step: loving yourself.

Of course, others will follow your lead.

Remember: it starts with you,

Josie Brown
SMW Relationship Editor