Survey: Left-Handed People Enjoy Better Sex
ATLANTA (CBS Atlanta) – Left-handed people are 71 percent more satisfied in bed than right-handed people, says a survey from an intimate lifestyle products company.
LELO’s 2014 Global Sex Survey asked 10,000 people about their sex life.
Eighty-six percent of left-handed people reported that they were “extremely satisfied” as compared to only 15 percent of right-handed people.
The company suggests that lefties have to find creative ways to live in a world dominated by righties.
About 10 percent of the world’s population is left-handed, according to many studies.
LELO has designed a new sex-toy is says will help righties get those left-handed sensations.
It is is shaped like a stress ball and used in a similar fashion. When the user squeezes the ball with their left-hand, vibrations are sent up the arm, stimulating the right side of the brain.
The idea is to get right-handed people to stimulate the supposed lesser-used right side of their brain by activating the stimulating vibrations with their left hand.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta recommends that sexually active people should consistently and correctly use condoms to prevent from getting a sexually transmitted disease.
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