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10/22/2009

 Adam & Eve’S “Great American Sex Survey” Asks “How Many Lovers Have You Had?”

 
Hillsborough, NC — There’s an old saying that women round their numbers down and men round them up. Well Adam & Eve, America’s most trusted name in adult entertainment, asked over 1,000 American adults to truthfully reveal how many partners they’d had. And the results may surprise you!

According to Adam & Eve’s “Great American Sex Survey,” most respondents (23.8%) revealed they’d only slept with between two to five partners. Of these respondents, 21% were male and 28% were female.

Almost the same percentage (23.1%) had six to 10 partners (22% male vs 24.9% female). And 21.2% have had 11-25 partners (20.5% male vs. 21.4% female).

Most surprising, 11.8% of the respondents (11.7% male vs. 13% female) had only had one sexual partner!

“We were pleased to see that the number of partners for the average person is in line with a similar survey we created around 10 years ago,” said Katy Zvolerin, Adam & Eve Director or Public Relations. “It’s interesting to see that even with much more access to sexually oriented media, the average American is still holding on to traditional sexual values in many ways.”

As the number of partners rises, the percentage of respondents appears to decrease. While 11% (13% males vs. 7% females) of the respondents said they’d had between 26 and 50 partners, the smallest answer selection (8.8%) was for more than 50 partners. Of those who had more than 50 sexual partners, 10.86% are male and 5% are female.

Because sexual curiosity is part of human nature, Adam & Eve, the nation’s most respected name in adult entertainment, recently commissioned Cvent, the event management and web survey software company, to launch a sex survey determining Americans’ sexual practices, and the results are surprising.

The web-based survey, conducted by Cvent, of over 1,000 American adults age 18 and up, was sponsored by Adam & Eve to study sexual preferences and practices. For more information about Adam & Eve, visit their website at http://www.adamandeve.com/news.