SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- In a new Relationship Confessions survey commissioned by epi24, the makers of the popular Womanizer intimacy product line, women reveal their true feelings toward sex and relationships, including what they expect from their partners, the gifts they like least, and more.
While Valentine's Day is generally considered a special time to celebrate romance, epi24's survey suggests for many it's anything but--even for those with partners. Not only do 44% say they do not expect to receive any gifts or special dinners to mark the occasion, 41% of those in a relationship report dreading Valentine's Day more than any other holiday. Don't think you're off the hook if you're just entering into a relationship with a woman: 61% of them say length of relationship does not matter when it comes to celebrating on February 14.
Valentine's Day: Naughtiness
If you're feeling frisky the night of, be aware that sex is not a given--34% of the women surveyed would rather watch TV. And if you do make it into the sack, proceed with caution--Valentine's Day may come with its own set of rules:
- 43% of women do not want to try anything new or daring
- 94% of women will be particularly averse to bondage
- In fact, 35% of women say they'll most look forward to... the cuddling (28% say foreplay, 21% say climax)
69% of women surveyed want more give and take when getting in the mood. And according to Womanizer's Representative, Morgan Rossi, "partners should consider using a sex toy." Rossi explains "women become aroused quicker when using a sex toy, which can create a more pleasurable experience for both people."
If you find you're still working on getting lucky, do not sing to your would-be paramour. 40% list serenading as the corniest V-Day gesture ever. (At 21%, rose petals on the bed is a distant second.)
If you're looking to maintain a strong relationship, keep in mind these two words: communication and trust. 72% of women believe communication is the most important thing in a relationship--nothing else comes close, not even having fun together (11%) or sexual attraction (2%)! And the best way to ruin a good thing? 61% say: broken trust. (At 22%, self absorption can also be a deal breaker.)
The Womanizer by epi24 is the first clitoral stimulator designed to help women achieve sexual pleasure 100% of the time. It offers an effortless experience to help women maintain their sexual wellness safely. It was designed by a German couple who discovered PleasureAir technology, which produces incredibly fast, often multiple orgasms by leveraging a suction technique that does not desensitize the clitoris. In Europe, The Womanizer is one of the fastest selling erotic products and is on track to sell 150,000 units there in 2015. It is exclusively available on the US market through its parent subsidiary, epi24 USA LLC.