<p><strong>Fifty-seven percent of Americans</strong> have had sex outdoors or in a public place, according to an ABC News poll. While your office meeting room probably isn’t such a brilliant venue, seek out more discrete open-air opportunities. “Take to the woods,” says Fulbright. “The great outdoors is the perfect place to get it on, especially with a blanket.”</p>
4. Would you pay for sex?
<p>Maybe only this many guys will admit it? According to <a href="http://www.kinseyinstitute.org/resources/FAQ.html">the Kinsey Institute</a>, <strong>15 percent of men</strong>—and <strong>three in 10 single men aged 30 and older</strong>—have paid for a prostitute.</p>
<p>Better check to make sure you’re both on the same page: About <strong>85% of men think their partner had an orgasm</strong> during their last encounter, while <strong>only 64% of women said they actually did</strong>, according to <a href="http://www.nationalsexstudy.indiana.edu/">Indiana University research</a>.</p>
<p>We all shake our heads at the high-profile men who stray (here's looking at you, Petraeus) but guess what? A whopping <strong>23 percent of guys</strong> have cheated on their mate, according to <a href="http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/07/110725123411.htm">research published in the <em>Archives of Sexual Behavior</em></a>. Other interesting findings from that same study: Women cheat <em>almost</em> as much as men (19 percent say they've done it), and people with sexual performance anxiety are more likely to step out.</p>
9. Are you sexting?
<p>Anthony Weiner may have been ahead of his time. When it comes to sexting, <a href="http://www.trojancondoms.com/ArticleDetails.aspx?ArticleId=25">only <strong>19% of Americans</strong> say they’ve done it</a>. Should you give it a go? “There are many situations when it’s inappropriate,” says Fulbright. “Don’t sext if a person is in a business meeting or driving. You don't want to get them all fired up at the wrong time!”</p>
10. How often do you think about sex?
<strong>Fifty four percent of men</strong> think about sex every day or several times a day, <strong>43 percent</strong> think about it a few times a week or month, and fewer than <strong>4 percent</strong> have lovin’ on their mind less often than that, according to research from the University of Chicago.
11. Do you do it on the first date?
<strong>Twenty-nine percent of Americans</strong> say they have, and almost as many have had an unexpected sexual encounter with someone new, according to ABC News. If you’re game to move fast, “make sure the expiration date is good on the condoms, they've been stored properly, and you've got lube handy,” says Fulbright.
12. What's your number?
<p>Average are high, of course, since the Wilt Chamberlins of the world throw off the curve. But believe it or not, most guys aren’t the studs they like to let on that they are. <a href="http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nsfg/abc_list_n.htm#numberlifetime">According to CDC data</a>, the median number of sex partners for men ages 25-44 is <strong>six</strong>. That’s it. And only <strong>28 percent</strong> of dudes have slept with 15 or more women.</p>
13. Do you always have an orgasm?
<p>According to <a href="http://www.kinseyinstitute.org/resources/FAQ.html#Laumann"><em>Sex in America: A Definitive Survey</em></a>, <strong>three-quarters of sexually active men</strong> say they orgasm every time, but it’s normal if you don’t. “The reasons can be physiological, psychological, emotional, or relational,” says Fulbright. “Some are worrisome, and others aren’t. Being tired and stressed is a temporary issue, whereas you should talk to your doctor if you suspect health problems are the root cause.”</p>
14. How does your penis measure up?
<p>The average length for a U.S. male is <strong>5.1 inches</strong>, which ranks us 18th worldwide, according to the <em>Journal Personality and Individual Differences</em>. (The Republic of Congo tops the list at 7.1 inches, while North and South Korea anchor the bottom at 3.8.)</p>
15. Does married sex suck?
<p>Putting a ring on it actually ups your chances of a satisfying sex life: <a href="http://www.trojancondoms.com/ArticleDetails.aspx?ArticleId=25"><strong>E... two percent of married guys</strong> say</a> they’re happy with theirs, compared to only 71 percent of singles. “Married guys know their partners better, so they know how to turn them on,” says Fulbright.</p>
16. Are you into porn?
<p>A <strong>quarter of guys</strong> say they’ve visited a porn site on the web in the last thirty days, <a href="http://www.kinseyinstitute.org/resources/FAQ.html#Buzzell">according to the journal <em>Sexuality and Culture</em></a>. Far more shocking—and inconsistent? More than half of all of the spending on the Internet is estimated to be related to sex.</p>
<p>You better betcha other guys are with you: There are more than 450,000 Google searches every month for premature ejaculation, and about<strong> one in three guys</strong> in the U.S. is dealing with the issue, says <a href="http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23088651">research</a> published in the <em>Journal of Sexual Medicine</em>.</p>
19. Does your partner like your penis?
<p>Much male brainpower has been spent worrying about the length, the size, and how many times you can make it rise. Here’s the reality: <strong>Eighty-five percent of women</strong> are satisfied with their partner's penis size, even though only <strong>55 percent of guys</strong> like the size of their package, <a href="http://www.livescience.com/4489-penis-myths-debunked.html">according to the <em>British Journal of Urology</em></a>. BTW: About 90% of women prefer a wide penis to a long one.</p>
20. Is your city sexy?
<p>Maybe it’s the palm trees and coastal breeze? <a href="http://www.trojancondoms.com/ArticleDetails.aspx?ArticleId=25">Trojan says</a> <strong>Los Angelinos report having sex 135 times a year</strong>, which is the most frequent bedroom romping of any major U.S. city. Ben Franklin may have been a lot of things, but an aphrodisiac ain’t one of ‘em: Philadelphia bottoms the list with only 99 annual interludes.</p>