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Sex Numbers: Statistics and Facts About Women and Sex | Shape
The Kinsey Institute fields a multitude of questions about sexuality, gender, reproduction, and other topics. Consult the topics below for answers, statistics, and resources to our most frequently asked questions. This is not a repository for all answers and statistics related to human sexuality, gender, or reproduction. The following only addresses questions frequently asked of the Kinsey Institute and its researchers.
The two analyzed the responses of 5, men and women aged 18 to 34 from across all 51 states to identify the sexual behaviors, attitudes and perceptions of millennials in the United States. Take a look at the most surprising stats below. See how you stack up, size up, and match up to their figures on one night stands, average penis size, masturbation, and more.
There is no right or wrong number, but most Americans are more conservative than you may realize. Women aged 25 to 44 have had a median of four male sexual partners, while men have had six female partners. Only 9 percent of women have been with 15 or more guys 22 percent of men claim to have had the same number of women. It depends who you ask.