One Tequila, Two Tequila, Three Tequila, Best Sex Ever [Poll]
It’s true what they say. Tequila really does make your clothes fall off. But a new study says that 50% of women actually prefer a tequila-induced night of passion rather than the regular, old Sober Sally encounter. Apparently, sober sex is so 1999.
The FemFresh Company questioned 3,000 British women and found that almost half of them actually enjoyed sex under the influence, and 75% of women said they at least like to have a glass of wine or two before performing the horizontal tango. The most shocking statistic of them all: one in 20 women has never, yes never, had sober sex.
While the perks (and normality) of sober sex are boundless, I have to say I do see why some people actually prefer a boozy night of lovemaking.
First of all, not only is a stiff gin and tonic a social lubricant, but it also gets the sexual engines all revved up. After a few drinks you might find yourself mentally undressing the bartender and not-so-slyly slipping him your number and a winky face on a napkin. Suddenly, the urge to shake your hips like Shakira takes over and has become your mating call to those around you. At least in your mind.
Also, alcohol is called liquid confidence for a reason. When you’re three sheets to the wind, any self-esteem issues you might harbor fly right out the window. It’s going to be a lights-on kind of night for you and your raw sexual magnetism.
Drunk sex is also synonymous with wild sex. You might as well have a copy of the Kama Sutra out in front of you because missionary style isn’t gonna cut it this time. With alcohol running through your veins, you’re loosened up and ready to experiment. Hopefully the “Pleasure Propeller” position ended well. If not, well, at least you’re too drunk to feel it when your guy kicks you in the face.
Alcohol brings on a kind of euphoric-effect in the sack, and who doesn’t want to take advantage of that. But there are risks when both partners are inebriated: regret, clumsiness and um…. dysfunction…. just to name a few. But those are the risks 50% of British women are willing to take, apparently, and who am I to judge? Bottoms up, ladies! (No pun intended.)