When going on a holiday abroad, we all have our priorities. Maybe you’re a culture fanatic who likes to visit at least three museums a day, meaning you’ll have to opt for a destination with a great cultural offer. Maybe you’re not afraid of some adventure and you choose a city or country with many sporty activities, ranging from bungee jumping to rock climbing and everything in between. Maybe you’re a culinary snob and you go to the destination with the most Michelin starred restaurants within reach. Or maybe, you’re single and ready to mingle.
In that last case you’ll want to travel to Italy as soon as possible. Because yes, sex drive is as good a reason as any other to go on a holiday if that’s your thing and according to a new survey carried out by sex toy brand LoveHoney, the horniest Europeans can be found in Italy. The brand’s so-called LibidOlympics reveals that of all European nations they interviewed, the Italians give themselves the highest libido ranking on average, a 6,93 out of 10. Therefore, Italy is named the horniest country within Europe and it might well be the best destination to go to if some of your preferred holiday activities include swiping on dating apps and having one night stands.
4. United Kingdom
Globally speaking, however, Italy didn’t get to the top of the ranking. Instead it is Hong Kong who’s getting away with the title of horniest country of them all. Of course, the LibidOlympics are mainly meant as a fun little survey. However, according to LoveHoney it’s very important to get the discussion about libido going.
Sex drives vary massively from person to person, and there is nothing to be ashamed of if yours is particularly lower or higher than average.Annabelle Knight, expert for LoveHoney
“The important thing is that you can communicate this openly with any romantic partner, and if you have matching high sex drives then get the sex toys out and have some fun”, Annabelle Knight from LoveHoney explains.
And even though globally speaking, men declared to have a sex drive lying 12% above women’s libidos, she even has an explanation for that.
“It’s likely that men are more willing to say they have a higher sex drive and vice versa for women, as outdated notions around female (and male) sexuality still exist, whether internally or externally.”