A study by UK’s most popular online shop for adult sex toys and sexy lingerie discreetly online, Lovehoney has revealed that women are night owls when it comes to passion in the bedroom, while men favour the early morning approach.
The study published by Daily Mail shown that women most desire sex at 11.21pm – but men’s optimum time for passion is more than 15 hours earlier at 7.54am.
Despite a busy day in the office or running errands, the fairer sex are most likely to feel passionate between 11pm and 2am.
Men are far more inclined to feel sexy before midday though, with the preferred time slot of between 6am and 9am.
It is no wonder that couples can sometimes struggle to maintain a healthy sex life, when they feel frisky at such different times.
The difference in the sexes’ optimum moment for passion is revealed in the new survey of 2,300 people, which looked at couples’ mismatched sex drives.
While men feel at their friskiest first thing in the morning, just 11 per cent of women feel most passionate at this time.
Desire levels for women rise throughout the day and reach their peak between 11pm and 2am.
Lovehoney co-owner Richard Longhurst said: ‘This shows that there are big differences in sex o’clock between the sexes..
‘Men are ready for sex just before breakfast whereas women most want passion last thing at night.”
Source: Daily Mail