The most recent poll here on Lovehoney asked the question "If you couldn't have any form of sexual contact, what would be the next best thing?" and the results were both interesting and hilarious.
Not only did we discover that 26% of people would resort to vigorous exercise if they couldn't have sex, we also discovered that there are some very strange ways of solving sexual frustration that we never even considered before.
Using the 'other' option, we asked for you to write what you thought was the next best thing to sex and the results ranged from reading, dancing and eating chocolate to... well... the downright hilarious! Here are a few choice cuts of what people would do, instead of having sex:
- Fishing. I've got a 14 metre pole!
- Fight chavvy youths
- Radio controlled flying
- Playing ukulele
- Being a eunuch
- Hard drugs
So there you have it folks. If you're feeling sexually frustrated and there's nothing you can do about it, pick up your ukulele and get playing. If it proves an effective method of sexual relief, we may even consider selling them here at Lovehoney!
This survey is now closed
Come on, don't be shy - you would wouldn't you? A fiver to flash your baps on the motorway, twenty quid bet to take your top off in the pub... And before you know it, you're seriously considering that £200 offer for a spread (and I use the word advisedly) in Men Only. Or Playgirl, as the case may be.
But where do you fall on the clothes-off-for-money spectrum? Are you no-way-not-ever-in-a-million-years? Or anything-if-the-price is right?
Tell us, do!
Everyone who fills in the survey will be entered in a draw to win £100 of sexy lingerie - good luck!
If you can't see the submit button at the bottom of the form, you can click here to fill in the Would you take your clothes off for money? survey.
We'll announce the winner of the lingerie sometime after the psychologically tidy closing date of 30 June.
This survey is now closed
Doctor Lisa Turner is everywhere at the moment - newspapers, magazines, lectures, television shows - and for good reason too! Lisa is the UK's first Orgasm Coach and her unique approach to sexual improvement has done more for her clients than just boosting bedroom confidence.
In fact, many of the people who come to Lisa for orgasm coaching walk away with a new outlook on life and renewed determination and motivation.
The most recent and biggest piece of research by Doctor Lisa was into the effect of an orgasm on a woman's career. Lisa discovered that while men lose energy through orgasm, women are empowered by them and gain clarity of thought.
Cars and sex go together like strawberries and cream, but sex in cars? That's trickier, mainly because the sexier the car, the less sex it allows inside.
We asked top car journalist Nick Gibb for his choice of 10 cars that go out of their way to make impromptu sex easier, kinkier or more private (and we're assuming here you're after privacy), so before you go out and buy a new motor, read this list...
Been through a terrible relationship and want to tell the world? Well the wickedly funny Sorry Mom website is dedicated to this very cause!
Like a modern version of the Dear John letter, the website offers a place to anonymously vent about bad boyfriends, rubbish relationships and sexual misadventures.
It's also a good way to check that the guy you've just started dating hasn't been rated a Grade A douchebag by his ex's.
Working as a weird kind of therapy, the I Bang The Worst Dudes site asks that you add a short description of the dude in question, submit a photograph of him and agree to their terms and conditions. To maintain anonymity, the Sorry Mom staff will add a black bar over his eyes and never reveal your name or e-mail address.
Think of it as taking the cocoon of anger, jealousy and irritation from inside you and unleashing it on the internet as a beautiful butterfly of revenge!
The Lovehoney Community are a bitter and twisted lot (but oh so sexy!) and decided to vent their own frustrations, Dear John style, in their very own thread.
National Condom Week (18th - 24th May) has started and now is the time to refresh our knowledge of this clever contraception, restock our bedside drawers and help Durex, the world's leading condom manufacturer, to find out more about British sex lives.
Whether you're in the student union bar, out clubbing, having a frappucino with your friends or gossiping at the post office (maybe not so much this last one) you're bound to hear plenty about National Condom Week.
Not only is it a great excuse to refresh your supplies with some new condoms in a range of sizes, tastes and textures but it's also a good way of helping Durex, the biggest name in safer sex, find out more about the UK's sexual habits.
By taking part in The British Sex Survey you'll be helping Durex educate more people in more precise and personal ways about safer sex - never a bad thing!
The survey is completely anonymous and it gives you a chance to be entered into a prize draw to win one of several Durex goodie bags!
If you can't wait to get your hands on some Durex goodies, then check out Lovehoney's brilliant Durex condom deals which will last for the entirity of National Condom Week.
Buy any 3 of your favourite Durex condom packs and you'll receive the cheapest one absolutely free!
If your firm favourite is the Fetherlite, then stock up now or if you fancy trying something different, grab a Durex Condoms and Lube Pleasure Pack which contains 3 kinds of condom and 3 sachets of warming lubricant too!
Susan Quilliam is a sex and relationship psychologist as well as an intimacy expert. She has produced numerous academic journals and many presentations on the topic of sex, but she has also advised thousands of people through her radio shows, newspaper articles and magazine columns on how to improve their love lives.
The most recent piece of Susan Quilliam's work to come to light is that those with high levels of emotional intelligence - the ability to manage your own personality and emotional state - have more orgasms and a more enjoyable sex life.
Like regular intelligence, you can actually build up your emotional intelligence, therefore teaching yourself how to have an amazing sex life through some very simple exercises! We're yet to see a Nintendo DS game for it though...
We had so much fun poking our nose into your business in the last 60 Second Survey that we've decided to do another one.
Not that we're being overly nosey or anything, we just like asking questions. And listening to you answer.
This time you can win a £100 sexy shopping spree at Lovehoney. The winner will be free to spend the loot on anything they like - maybe blow it all on a SaSi clitoral vibe or fill your boots with a load of Lovehoney 3 for 2 toys. Up to you!
We'll pick one lucky winner out of our virtual hat sometime soon after 14 June, which is around about a month from now.
Here comes the survey, right after the break... Have fun and good luck!
If you're using Internet Explorer and you can't see the submit button, you can fill in the survey here: Lovehoney Sexy Survey.
THIS SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED. THE WINNER HAS BEEN NOTIFIED AND HAS RECEIVED THEIR SEXY SHOPPING SPREE PRIZES!
National Condom Week is approaching fast and although it may not be recognised as a national holiday on most calendars, it's certainly worth celebrating.
If you've ever struggled to get a condom on only to have it ping back and hit you in the testicles, National Condom Week is for you!
If you've ever tried to roll a condom down with your mouth and needed the Heimlich manoeuvre performed on you after, National Condom Week is for you!
If you've ever had to put a condom on a cucumber in front of several TV cameras and a local news crew, National Condom Week is for you (or just me then...)!
Everyone can get involved with National Condom Week from May 18th - 24th, even if it's just by learning the facts that may save your life.
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