A new survey has indicated that meat eaters are selfish in bed and have sex a lot less than vegetarians.
A recent study by Illicit Encounters, a UK-based extramarital dating site has revealed that meat eaters are selfish in bed and unhappy in their sex lives as compared to vegetarians.
For the survey, 500 vegetarians (of which 38% identified as vegan) and 500 meat eaters were polled on their diet and sexual activities.
The survey indicated that meat eaters are selfish in bed and have sex a lot less than vegetarians.
According to the poll, vegetarians are more likely to enjoy making out, foreplay, and dirty talk than their meat-eating counterparts.
57% vegetarians reported that they made love 3 to 4 times a week as compared to 49% meat eaters who only enjoy bedroom antics 1-2 times a week.
84% vegetarians and 95% vegans reported they were satisfied in their sex lives, compared to only 59% of meat eaters.
According to the survey, 92% vegetarians enjoyed making out, 88% chose foreplay and 48% indulged in dirty talk much more than their meat eating counterparts who voted 79%, 68% and 35% respectively.
58% of vegetarians claimed they are givers in bed rather than takers. Only 35% meat eaters described themselves as givers -- suggesting that meat eaters maybe selfish in bed.
There was one thing common though. Bondage was least enjoyable for both vegetarians (26%) and meat eaters (15%).
Interestingly, the same amount of vegetarians and meat eaters (77%) said they enjoyed trying out new sexual positions.