Brits in bed

How are the Brits between the sheets?


Let’s talk about sex


In Britain, like in most places inhabited by human beings, sex is the cornerstone of many conversations, activities, jokes, and forms of behaviour.


British sex theory Getting down to the basics of British sex


How often does a Brit have sex, if any?


The average British citizen has sex less than three times a month and almost a third do not get any action at all.


This is according to a survey conducted by market research firm OnePoll for “This Morning” British daytime TV program broadcast on ITV.


The exception is that those living in the northeast of England shag at least five times a month while those living in Wales have two sexual encounters on average a month.


However, two-thirds of respondents said they were happy with their sex lives, with more women saying this than men.


British sex The amount of sex Brits have varies across the UK


10 British sex terms you need to know


1.Rogering (verb.): To f*ck

2. Growler (noun.): A mean, butch looking vagina

3. Muff (noun.): An inoffensive, slang word for a vagina

4. Minge (noun.): Vulgar term for a woman’s pubic hair or genitals.

5. Shag (verb.): To have sex with someone

6. Bonk (verb.): Have sexual intercourse

7. Jubblies (noun.):A woman’s breasts

8 .Bollocks (noun.): Testicles/balls

9. Rumpy Pumpy (noun.): Casual sexual encounters

10. Meat and 2 Veg: The male genitals


Common sex positions


British sex Geography impacst the Brits' favourite sex positions


In a recent poll by online pharmacy UKMedix, 2,157 British men, and women, who have been sexually active for a minimum of 12 months, were asked about their favourite sex positions.


The “Girl on Top” came out top for Northern Ireland and East Midlands, while the “Reverse Cow Girl” was found to be the most popular in the North East.


”Doggy style” was the style of choice for the Brits in Yorkshire and Wales, whereas for the busy Londoners, doing it standing up was the most time convenient.


The tough Scots seemed more into a tender spooning while the West Midlands went all retro for a good old 69.

And the most favorite sex position Across the UK is …. Missionary.


As boring as a safe choice Missionary might sound, but that doesn’t mean they are not an experimental nation.


How experimental are the Brits in bed?


A sample of Brits were asked to rate their sexual experimentation on a scale from 0–10.


0 is totally un-experimental and 10 is the kinkiest.


British sexual experimentation


A British kink


The great #BritishSexSurvey, carried out by YouGov and commissioned by Channel 4, shows that there is kinky side for the Brits besides just going to watch Kinky Boots.


The most common British fetishes in reverse order are:


British fetishes


British heterosexual


British sex capital


Five ways to turn off a Brit in bed


Research conducted by online UKMedix pinpoint the most common turn offs for the Brits.


1. Missing the target aka, misguided thrusting




2. Calling out the wrong name




3. Falling off the bed




4. Bad dirty talk




5. Falling asleep during sex



Sex laws: The age of consent


Age of consent


Across the United Kingdom, 16 is the age of consent for any sexual activity for both men and women. The age of consent is the same regardless of gender or sexual orientation.




In the UK a man commits rape if he intentionally penetrates with his penis the vagina, mouth or anus of another person, male or female, without that person’s consent or if they are under 13, as young people aged 12 and under are not legally able to give consent to any sexual activity.




Although public nudity is not illegal in the UK, the exposure of one’s genitals could be a crime in the following circumstances:


In England, Wales and Northern Ireland

It is an offense for someone to expose their genitals if they intend that someone else will see them and if they intend to cause that person (or persons) ‘alarm or distress’.



It is an offence for someone to expose their genitals in a sexual manner if they intend that someone else will see them and without that person consenting (or without any reasonable belief they consent) AND if they also intend to obtain sexual gratification or to humiliate, distress or alarm the other person.


Generally speaking, a naked person could be arrested and charged with causing harassment, alarm or distress under the Public Order Act 1986 if they do not put some clothes on when a member of the public or a police officer asks them to do so.


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