Hotter than Victoria’s Secret and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issues
Everything you ever wanted to know about everybody’s sex life and didn’t ask – well almost everything.
The February issue of Toronto Life magazine is “hot” and you might want to grab a newsstand issue or download a copy asap (the digital subscription for $15/yr. is worth it, even just for this issue. Click and buy now before they’re gone).
They’ve taken a poll and the findings are revealing, not too mention exciting, fun and fanciful. It’s only a survey of sex in Toronto and I’m sure the results would be different in New York, LA, Miami, Springfield and Murfreesboro … but we’re talking slight nuances not big differences.
This is good stuff
Ever wondered? Ever wanted to compare? Ever wanted to explore more? Ever thought about experimenting? Well, this magazine should be on your bedside table. And this issue, called the “sex issue,” is chock-a-block full of hot content (see below), everything from “polyamorists” and “supernatural orgasms” to the “rub n’ tug’ industry” and a “shopping guide to lingerie and sex toys.” This is the intellectual version of Victoria’s Secret and Sports Illustrated’s visual version. Visual images are critical but we all know that no matter what you are doing or where you are, “knowledge is king.”And to help urge you to the urgency of getting your copy, here’s a peek at a few of the questions and highlights.
A sneak peek
- How many sexual partners have you had? (the numbers might surprise you – or not)
- Who’s doing it daily? (4%)
- How many want to do it everyday (23%)
- 5% of men and 3% of women do it daily. (Somebody’s “doubling down” to fill that 2% gap)
- How many are doing it weekly?
- Who’s not doing it?
- Who’s thinking about it the most? Duh. (Men, 59% throughout the day; 41% of women once a day.
- Where are they doing it? You’ll be amazed (elevators, trees, CN Tower).
- “Downtowners” have the most sex, the “905ers” the least.
- “Downtowners” have the best sex, east-enders the worst.
- Who’s more satisfied?
- “My partner would turn me on more if only he/she … for the rest of the story, you need to read the magazine.
CTV did a four minute interview with Sarah Fulford, Editor of Toronto Life and if you want to hear some more fascinating and salacious details click here.
This is good stuff and certainly provides a few new measures for that social maxim, “keeping up with the Jones.”