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The 6 Most Popular Rooms In The House Where Couples Bang

Moving in with your significant other generally has one of two effects on your sex life. It either greatly reduces the amount of sex you’re having, or you start going at it like rabbits. According to experts, those who are able to maintain the romance long-term while living together, remained spontaneous and experiment often. Among the easiest ways to experiment and be spontaneous is to bang it out in different rooms. House Method.com surveyed 1000 people living with their significant other to find out the most popular rooms for sex in the home and I want to know who the freaks are that get nasty in the attic. Dust, so much dust…

When asked which alternatives to the bedroom they’d personally explored, more than 96% of respondents said they had had sex in the living room. There’s an obvious explanation for this being such a popular spot: couches, chairs, and rugs are rather conducive to physical comfort, and who of us hasn’t Netflixed and chilled? The presence of a bed or couch could also explain the large percentage of respondents who say they have been intimate with their partner in a guest bedroom or den—these rooms may provide an exciting change of venue but also sufficient furnishing to avoid awkwardness or injury.

Bringing sex outside the bedroom inject a new excitement, but couples still appreciate and even need some degree of privacy. Our findings suggest parents may find their options more limited outside the bedroom, as they, thankfully, seek moments of romance away from their children. Parents report having sex most often behind closed doors: in the bathroom, guest bedroom, or home office. There were some exceptions to this trend, however: the garage and backyard were among the more common sex locations for parents as well.

It’s no secret that exploring new possibilities with one’s partner can lead to greater satisfaction in both love and life. But our findings demonstrate dramatic disparities between individuals who make love only in the bedroom and those who try intimacy elsewhere. First, those who are intimate only outside of the bedroom report having sex nearly twice as often as those who did not, though it’s difficult to discern exactly why: Are couples with active sex lives more likely to explore, or does taking sex outside the master bedroom inspire additional intimacy? Either way, sex beyond the confines of the bedroom seems positively correlated with passion.

When it comes to alternative options for intimacy, each room presents its own possibilities—and challenges. To help out those who are interested in venturing outside the bedroom, we studied which rooms produced the most satisfaction for our participants by sex position. For many of the most common positions, the living room and guest bedroom occupied the top two spots. Their order varied, however: For the spooning and cowgirl positions, the living room was the most satisfying spot, whereas 69 and missionary seemed better suited to the guest bedroom.

Read the full report at House Method HERE

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