As long as it doesn’t involve children, I have kind of a “live and let live” attitude regarding sexting. It’s not a big thing for me personally, but I can see how it could be pretty exciting for consenting adults. And honestly, I think it’s a lot more prevalent than most people would think on the surface.
Which is why it kind of pisses me off that Brett Favre is taking so much heat for the so-called “sexting scandal” he’s in the midst of. Basically, Favre got caught with his virtual pants down for the sexually explicit texts and voicemails he left for sports journalist and model Jenn Sterger. News of Favre’s reportedly lewd online life, reportedly including pics of his Viking, broke last fall, and it seems like every time we turn around there’s more to, uh, see.
In this week’s installment of stupid I give you the latest craptastic survey done, not surprisingly, by a dating site. In an effort to link a woman’s name with the number of sexual partners she has had, a French company surveyed a group of ladies. They concluded that women whose names end with A are more likely to sleep around:
When I think of the British, manners come to mind, eloquent vocabularies and awesome accents, Shakespeare, and Hugh Grant. [Ed. Note: Harry Potter? Do I hear a Harry Potter?] Never voyeuristic sex, or as the English call it, “dogging.”
Apparently “dogging,” or having sex in public, has become a bit of an issue in a picturesque village called Puttenham, located an hour outside of London. Along with being known for their stunning ancient churches, being referenced in the Doomsday book and Brave New World, Puttenham is now famous for ranking as the 2nd best place in all of Europe for “dogging.” Awesome. The location of all the fantastic 1960’s style raging sex is going on in a field off of a highly trafficked road, A31.
So naturally, and apparently, a few of Puttenham’s upstanding citizens are in an uproar. According to Puttenham home owner, Kate Perkins:
Apparently men and women have a very different perception of satisfying sex, if a woman’s orgasm is any sort of indicator. According to a recent study out of Indiana University, 85% of men were confident that their last sexual partner had achieved the big O during intercourse with only (a statistically significant) 64% of women backing this up.