66% of people have a fictional view of sex
Find out how in this video
Find out how in this video
Right from the start in 2006, we been breaking down barriers against erotic products in consumers’ minds, improving the quality of people’s sex lives with an elegant, seductive, emotional approach. Based on this commitment, we are conducting an in-depth study to explore the prejudices and taboos that influence and condition our sexual behaviour, such as the fictional view of sex and female masturbation.
Pornographic and romantic films are extremely influential on our desires, expectations and sexual behaviour. This is the main finding of a study carried out by Bijoux Indiscrets entitled “Fiction versus Real Sex”, the aim of which is to raise public awareness of the importance of self-knowledge in sex education, in both women and men.
Had their first sexual relationship between 15 and 20 years old
Have only had one sexual partner in their life
Their first sexual experience was in company, without ever having masturbated
Have sexual relations various times a week
Feel sexual desire continuously
Watch pornographic films at least several times a week
Have had sex in threesomes or groups
Use sensual lingerie as their main erotic accessory
Never achieve orgasm during sex or very infrequently
Consider the orgasms they get from masturbation are better than the ones they get in the company of their partners
My sexual relations are more pleasurable now than when I was younger
I’m not sure which sexual practices give me most pleasure
Have never masturbated
Feel guilty when they masturbate
Feel that masturbating behind a stable partner’s back is a form of unfaithfulness
Spend between 6 and 15 minutes when they masturbate
Use moaning to excite their partners during sex
Consider that moans as the onset of orgasm approaches should be rhythmical and mechanical
Think that moaning and crying out is indicative of good sex
It excites men when women are still and they can do as they please
I like to move a lot and move my partner during sex
Have faked orgasm at least once
Fake orgasms to put an end to a sexual episode
Always or almost always fake orgasms
Believe that their current partner fakes orgasms
Consider that films offer a distorted view of sex
Have not received enough sex education in their lives
Would prefer the sex they have to more closely resemble the sex in romantic films
Would prefer the sex they have to more closely resemble the sex in porn films
After more than 500 hours of work, the results and conclusions of this study inspired us to create www.orgasmsoundlibrary.com a project that reveals the real sound of female pleasure. Our aim is to start a new discussion that will raise society's awareness of the importance of self-knowledge in sex education as the road to enjoying sexuality in a way that satisfies real desires and values.
In my view, Christian in 50 Shades of Grey is abusive.
The book Fifty Shades of Grey gives a warped view of BDSM. The real version is sincerer. As far as I am concerned, Grey is abusive. And when it comes to films, don’t get me started! You’ll find the man of your dreams, but not the way it happens in hackneyed romantic comedies.
The film world shows us fast spectacular orgasms in really difficult positions, but somewhere along the way we have lost the true essence of sexuality, the quality that elevates it and makes it shine with its true light. A quality that emerges from within and makes every instant magical, unique and unrepeatable. That which takes every sensation beyond the physical to a place beyond purely genital satisfaction. In short, what transforms sensations into emotions.
(Fragment from the book Placer ConSentido)
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