Women Choose Online Games Over SexJuly 18, 2011 3 Comments
As opposed to a romp in the sack, online games are “satisfaction guaranteed.”
Some women complain about men being addicted to video games, but it seems they have been keeping their equal enjoyment of gaming on the down low. Until now.
New survey results reveal that 49 percent of women play online games as compared to 50 percent of men. Out of the 49 percent, 84 percent said they enjoy games and only 70 percent said that they enjoy sex, according to the study performed by Doritos before they launch Doritos Dip Desperado, their new Facebook game.
What’s more, 17 percent of women confessed to playing games in bed. So does this mean that games are replacing the thrill of getting it on?
Doritos’ survey seems to be telling us this is the case, but I’m not convinced. Perhaps the numbers just reflect that video games are more accessible and reliable. They’re always there when you need them and they don’t tell you they’re “too tired” if you’re in the mood.
In an ideal world, games and sex should harmoniously co-exist. There may be those times when you attempt to beat one more level and your partner is snoring by the time you’re finished, but other times, maybe a quick game in bed can give you the jump-start you need to jump on your man.
It could even be a way to incorporate foreplay into your routine. Whoever wins must do what the other person says, for example. For all the gamers out there, sex may be the ultimate game. It’s almost certain to provide pleasure, get your heart pounding and, unlike a round of Donkey Kong, it’s exciting because it’s unpredictable.
If your partner can press your buttons the way you can press those controls, you may find that as satisfying as online games can be, you would rather play with your sweetheart.
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