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The Brits have long been famed for their stiff upper lip.  Americans, meanwhile, are thought to be more adventurous.  Now, new research proves the stereotypes to be false – in terms of attitudes to cheating, at least.

The survey of 1,000 adults was carried out by DrEd.com – an online pharmacy and heath advice site.  It found that American men are the least likely to cheat on their partner, while European women are the worst offenders.  Some 57 per cent of Europeans reported they had been unfaithful at least once, compared to 36 per cent of Americans.  Around 31 per cent of American men said they had cheated, compared to 49 of European males.  European women were the most promiscuous – 64 per cent had cheated – compared to 41 per cent of American women.

Graph shows the number of times a person has cheated on their partner, broken down by gender and continent. American men are the least likely to cheat , while European women are the worst offenders

Graph shows the number of times a person has cheated on their partner, broken down by gender and continent. American men are the least likely to cheat , while European women are the worst offenders.

Pie charts show a breakdown of each continent's favourite methods of contraception. Americans and European men favoured condoms, while European women preferred the Pill

Pie charts show a breakdown of each continent’s favourite methods of contraception. Americans and European men favoured condoms, while European women preferred the Pill.

Graph shows the favourite sex positions, broken down by gender and continent. Europeans favoured ‘missionary’ (29 per cent) , while Americans favoured ‘doggy style’ (30 per cent)

Graph shows the favourite sex positions, broken down by gender and continent. Europeans favoured ‘missionary’ (29 per cent) , while Americans favoured ‘doggy style’ (30 per cent)

The most commonly used contraception was different on each side of the pond, too.

Americans and European men favoured condoms, while European women preferred the Pill.  When it came to sexual education, American males came out on top.  On average, 58 per cent of them were able to correctly identify the prostate, seminal vesicle, testis, vas deferens, cervix, fallopian tubes, uterus, and ovaries.

On the other end of the spectrum, only an average of 40 per cent of European females managed to answer correctly.  When asked about their favourite body part on themselves, men chose penis, while American women leaned toward their heads or faces, and European women showed a proclivity toward their stomachs.   But while American men were reportedly the most faithful, they were more laissez faire about protection.

Graph shows percentage of people that prefer pulling out over real contraception. More than 22 per cent of American men favoured withdrawal, compared to 16 per cent of European males

Graph shows percentage of people that prefer pulling out over real contraception. More than 22 per cent of American men favoured withdrawal, compared to 16 per cent of European males.

Graphs show the percentage of people who were correctly able to identify a reproductive organ, broken down by gender and continent. On average, 58 per cent of American men were able to correctly identify the prostate, seminal vesicle, testis, vas deferens, cervix, fallopian tubes, uterus, and ovaries. On the other end of the spectrum, only an average of 40 percent of European females managed to answer correctly

Graphs show the percentage of people who were correctly able to identify a reproductive organ, broken down by gender and continent. On average, 58 per cent of American men were able to correctly identify the prostate, seminal vesicle, testis, vas deferens, cervix, fallopian tubes, uterus, and ovaries. On the other end of the spectrum, only an average of 40 percent of European females managed to answer correctly.

Table shows how Americans and Europeans differ on a range of sexual preferences. Everyone, however, lost their virginity in a house

Table shows how Americans and Europeans differ on a range of sexual preferences. Everyone, however, lost their virginity in a house.  More Americans said they would prefer to use the ‘pulling out’ method to prevent pregnancy.  Around 38 per cent said they would use the withdrawal method instead of other forms of contraception, compared to 20 per cent of Europeans.

In terms of favourite positions, Europeans favoured ‘missionary’ (29 per cent) and ‘cowgirl’ (28 per cent), while Americans favoured the more risqué ‘doggy style’ (30 per cent).  For favourite fetishes, both American and European men said other, while women of both nationalities agreed on role play.  All groups preferred to have sex in a bed except for European males, who would rather do it on the beach.  And unsurprisingly, the majority of respondents lost their virginity in a house.

Source

Europeans Most Likely To Cheat – Americans Take Contraception Risks: Surprising Study Reveals Sexual Differences

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