I’m glad I’m celebate…
…well, sort of. When I read this in the Telegraph the other day, “The average British adult has indirectly had sexual intercourse with more than 2.8 million people, it has been claimed,” I thought, come again? I’ve not had sex with 2.8 people, never mind 2.8 million. What’s this all about? I knew things were bad out there, but this is phenomenal!
A new internet calculator allows people to work out the total number of indirect sexual partners they have had over their lifetime.
Men claim to have had an average of nine sexual partners while the average women admits to 6.3 lovers, giving an overall average of 7.65.
However, experts claim that by having unprotected sexual intercourse, people are potentially exposed to the sexual infections of hundreds of thousands of others.
The calculator has been developed by national chemist chain Lloydspharmacy to help people understand the risks of unprotected intercourse.
The Lloyds Chemist calculator is scary if you’ve been living loose.
You may have heard of Six Degrees of Separation. It’s the idea that we’re all just six connections away from everyone else on the planet. This is the inspiration for Sex Degrees of Separation. By answering the questionnaire below we will be able to calculate the number of indirect (and direct) sexual partners you have had, going back six degrees of separation.
Basically, it’s to scare you into going into Lloyds for all your baby-preventing equipment. It’s a nasty business to be in.