editor, Kate Wilson, comments in her editor's letter, "Women's Health
readers are not one of the coy sectors of the reading public; they see sex for what it is - a healthy part of life." Both audiences were extremely forthcoming with their intimate details.Men's Health
editor, Jason Brown, continues, "Once again the Sex Issues expose some surprising and risqué secrets of South African's sex lives. More than 1400 people shared their most intimate sexual experiences and attitudes to sex and, together with our experts, we were able to analyse the trends to provide readers with the most authoritative advice and insights."Findings
- Women want more - 43% say they are in the mood for it "whenever"
- Women have become adventurous - 42% would like to try new things including costumes/role play, sex toys and watching porn together
- Men want an emotional connection - 77% stated that this is the most important part of pleasing a partner and 41% say the worst mistake their partner can make is not communicating enough
- The cowgirl (woman on top) has replaced missionary as the favourite position for both sexes
- Men sneak around online - only 46% of men consider online flirting to be cheating compared to 70% of women
- No one really likes condoms. If they had a choice, 82% of men and 75% of women would prefer not to use condoms as they "don't like the way they feel"
- Booze rules - 49% of women and 45% of men admitted to using alcohol to enhance sex (11% of male respondents had used Viagra).
- If given one free pass, most men said they could have sex with Scarlett Johansson
Both issues carry more articles on South Africans and the topic of sex.