Swiss culture and dating

Tuesday's report was the first data from the survey, and will be followed by 3-4 more releases. Should you be interested in any such use of the website content, please contact us via [email protected] topics to be covered are experimentation, emotional aspects and sexual knowledge. As regards the use for private purposes, it is only permitted to use a hyperlink to specific content, and to place it on your own website or a website of third parties.The Durex survey is not the only sex study to have been published in Switzerland.

Around half of the Swiss surveyed said that less stress and tiredness would mean more frolicking in the bedroom.

They thought a bit more fun and romance would not go amiss as well.

The survey was carried out by the specialist company Harris Interactive.

Participants, who were chosen from panels, were at least 16 or 18 .

The Swiss are not shy when it comes to lovemaking – 123 times a year, according to a global sex survey. But some experts have doubts about whether the report reveals what is really going on between the sheets in Switzerland.

The first part of the Sexual Wellbeing Global Survey, by condom maker Durex, was released earlier this week.

Durex said the disparity between wanting more fun, but not being willing to experiment – only 45 per cent said they wanted to do so - may have contributed to the low figure.

But including those "largely satisfied", the figure rose to around 72 per cent.

It's interesting and it's a big sample, but for real analysis you need the background," said Regli.swissinfo, Isobel Leybold-Johnson The Sexual Wellbeing Global Survey was conducted online in 25 countries between August and September last year.

In Nigeria face-to-face interviews were conducted owing to lack of internet access.

Dream figure Experts were sceptical about whether the results reflected reality.

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