2021 State of Sex Report

The State of Sex

We surveyed 1074 people across the United States. We focused on age, race and ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, attitudes and perceptions about sex, and political leanings.

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Thursday
55
Friday
6
Saturday
18
Sunday

Generational Differences

Women are less likely to talk to a doctor than men
Your Boobs hurt?
“Affirming sexual needs without shame and judgment is key to making sex education accessible and equitable providing access.”
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What drives your sexuality?

How you rate your partner is just one way to predict how sexually confident you are.
More Sexually
Confident
Less Sexually
Confident
Impression Statements
Understands the Customer
Is Appealing
Is Effective to the Current Enviorment
Values the Experience
Is Aggressive in Bed
Ave. Rank
1
2
3
4
5
More Sexually
Confident
Less Sexually
Confident
Impression Statements
How “normal” people felt about their sexuality
Openness talking to friends
Openness talking to a doctor
Avg. Rank
1
2
3

What drives sexual confidence?

How you rate your partner is just one way to predict how sexually confident you are.
120 out of 500 Men are open with their doctors
26%
older
460 Women out of 500 reported that they are not open with their doctors about their sex life.
26%
Less Likely

Gender Confidence

Women are less likely to talk to a doctor than men
Why are Women less comfortable?
“Affirming sexual needs without shame and judgment is key to making sex education accessible and equitable providing access.”
View our Science Report

What drives your sexuality?

How you rate your partner is just one way to predict how sexually confident you are.
120 out of 500 Men are open with their doctors
26%
older
460 Women out of 500 reported that they are not open with their doctors about their sex life.
26%
Less Likely
26%
older
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120 out of 500 Men are open with their doctors
26%
Less Likely

Gender Confidence

Women are less likely to talk to a doctor than men
Why are Women less comfortable?
“Affirming sexual needs without shame and judgment is key to making sex education accessible and equitable providing access.”
View our Science Report

Orientation differences

Every orientation besides straight that have used more sexual products.
Allosexism
Les
Circumcision
Allosexual
Bisexual
Fluid
Polysexual
Lesbian
Pansexual
Gay
Graysexual

The political spectrum

We found that right of center was more inclined to own sex furinture while left of center would most likely own a vibrator
Left of Center:
Owned a vibrator
Right of Center:
Owned sex furniture