RoseTracker| British researchers published ‘Sex in the Nation’ a survey of 4000 people in which 52 percent of women said they lacked confidence in the shape of their bodies, so much so that it impacted their sex lives.
29 percent of women said they avoided sex because they looked fat, with another 23 percent citing embarrassment about their ‘wobbly bits’. As always, fewer men of every size and shape didn’t let self-image get in the way of sexuality. Only 19 percent of men said they were impacted.
We tackle not only the survey but the research of Duke University’s Martin Binks, PhD, who reminds us that small behavioral changes can jump start libido with self love and caring about the woman in the mirror. Read on in Sensually Yours.