Spanish Men Want It Harder
How about Singaporean? Malaysian?
LONDON — Men’s confidence in their erections varies widely across Europe with Spanish men most worried and Germans the happiest, a survey for the makers of Viagra has shown.
The study of 12 European countries commissioned by drugs giant Pfizer revealed on Monday that 95 percent of adults believe a man’s sexual confidence is the essential ingredient for a good sex life.
And 84 percent of men surveyed believe the most important element of a man’s sexual confidence is his ability to please his partner sexually, while almost three quarters of women questioned agreed.
However, more than a third of women believe their partner would like to experience harder erections in order to improve their sex lives.
Spanish men were the most concerned about their erections, with 83 percent saying they would like to be harder in order to improve their sex lives, while Turkish men were second on 80 percent and Italians third on 76 percent.
German men are the most comfortable, with just 40 percent saying they wished they had harder erections.
“These survey results confirm previous research which shows that the hardness of a man’s erection is intrinsically linked to confidence in his ability to please his partner sexually,” said Dr John Dean, Sexual Physician at the independently owned non-profit London Clinic.