Here Are The Top Relationship Dealbreakers According To Women, Plus What They WILL Tolerate
Once again, here we are talking about dating. Why? Because for centuries now both men and women have been doing it wrong over and over and over again. Not that there is any 100% fool-proof right way to do it, because there isn’t. Which probably explains why we keep doing it wrong and why here we are talking about dating again.
That being said, it’s always nice to have a little pertinent data on our side as we venture out to try to find a mate. Which is where this survey of 1,500 adults by Superdrug Online Doctor comes into play.
In this survey they answer some of the tough question like: How often do people do the deed, and is it as often as they’d like? Do they prefer a partner who is a professional chef in the kitchen or a god in bed? And what sexual tastes are considered relationship deal-breakers? And what people would and would not be willing to put up with in a relationship.
Ready to learn? Again? Here we go…
Sexuality and romance sometimes go hand in hand. More than half of all European and American men and women described themselves as “somewhat romantic” and “somewhat sexual.”
However, nearly 30 percent of all men considered themselves to be “extremely sexual,” while 17 percent of all women responded the same. Interestingly, around 19 percent of all men and women said they were “very romantic.”
European men cared more about their partner being great in bed than being a great cook (nearly 73 percent). However, American men and women most valued effective communication over sexual prowess – almost 88 percent of women and nearly 73 percent of men preferred their partner to be a great communicator over being great in bed.