Happy Valentine's Day! In this season of sexy, we decided to take a look at some of the most interesting stats from the many relationship studies that pass our way lately. And some may surprise you. Like how, for instance, it turns out Valentine's Day doesn't have to be a high-pressure holiday — most women don't want the standard gifts and would rather have a low-key dinner or sexy night in. From postcoital tech usage to the turn-ons of housecleaning, find out all the tantalizing love and sex info we have gleaned from recent studies now!
According to a survey by investor website MillionaireCorner.com, more than one out of five (21 percent) of respondents aren't celebrating Valentine's Day at all. And 35 percent of married people won't be celebrating compared to 16 percent of unmarrieds. Sounds about right.
A LifeStyles Condoms Valentine's Day survey found that 51 percent of those surveyed said their Valentine's Day plans include sex, with 43 percent adding that they'd like it to be more sensual than usual and 37 percent wanting more foreplay on Feb. 14. Don't you think those percentages are a bit low?