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On average, we're having it for 45.3 minutes at a time, although an energetic 1.7 per cent of you told us you were indulging in it for longer than three hours, with most of those respondents coming from the Highlands. At the other end of the scale 1.3 per cent of you are managing it for just five minutes or less, a statistic that leapt to 10 per cent in Grampian region. Commenting on the variety in times spent on sex, Anita Naik, advice columnist and author of The Lazy Girl's Guide To Good Sex, says: "The best balance is to try and make things different every time.
Sometimes a quickie can be great, and sometimes a really long drawn out thing can be amazing.
It's a good way to build up desire, and say, 'OK, we're going to have sex on a Saturday morning when the kids are at swimming or the baby's asleep,' or whatever.
Ultimately, though, when it comes to sex it's about the quality of it, rather than quantity."The survey also highlighted our adventurous side, with more than a quarter of our respondents telling us they've had sex on a beach, and almost 40 per cent revealing they've had sex outside.
Indeed, the dreich weather appears to have done nothing to dampen our appetites for al fresco nookie, with outside sex particularly popular in Lothian, and sex on a beach a surprisingly common past time in Tayside.
Doing something slightly different keeps things fresh and more exciting."When it comes to our partners, a healthy number of us think we have the same sex drive as our significant others, with only a small minority thinking there is room for improvement in your sexual relationship.
But almost 40 per cent of you also complained that you or your partner were often too tired for sex, with nearly a quarter responding that they were too stressed out or that children often got in the way.
Only 13.2 per cent of you think that romance is dead, with the widest-eyed romantics being in the Highlands, where every single one of our respondents think romance is still alive and kicking.