Reflector’s annual sex survey
By Hanna Deeves, Sex Columnist
Valentine’s Day may be over, but that doesn’t mean love isn’t in the air!
Our survey came back with a relatively small sample size this year of 21 respondents. We got feedback from 33 per cent males, 61 per cent females, and four percent other.
The sexual orientations of the MRU students polled were 71 per cent heterosexual, 10 per cent homosexual, five per cent bisexual, four per cent pansexual, and 10 per cent undecided.
At the end of the survey we asked MRU students to share first-time sex stories and sex questions. Here are some of the best:
Your first time
“It was the sweetest five seconds of my life.”
“I once took a guy’s virginity in the back of his car, and immediately after he hung fuzzy dice from the mirror and fist pumped… smh.”
“I was sweaty, smelly and gross. Second time was much better.”
“My first time was on my honeymoon!”
“In a hotel. Funny enough, my best friend also had sex in the same hotel the same weekend.”
“In high school a girl and I had a spare at the same time. Both horny, we decided to go to my place and have sex. Only ever happened once.”
“He handcuffed me to the bed for my first time. It was amazing.”
All you want to know
“Can you get pregnant the first time?” – Yes. It is possible. Any time you have sex there is a possibility of pregnancy. So please be cautious and always use protection!
“What is pansexual?” – A pansexual person is someone who can be attracted to anyone regardless of their biological sex, gender or gender identity.
“Am I gay if my boyfriend and I want to have sex with another woman?” – Are you attracted to women or are you just curious about the experience of being with a woman? Ultimately, the only person who can decide your sexuality is you. But it’s also totally okay to not know, or not label it. As long as you are happy, that’s all that matters!
“Best position and how to give a great blowjob?” – Cosmo would like you to think there is a definitive answer, but if you ask me, both of these things are a matter of trial and error. Everybody’s bodies are different with different sweet spots, different comforts and different likes and dislikes. And every pair of people is different. You just have to try a bunch of things and see how your bodies work together. You may love one position with one partner and be bored of it with another. As far as oral, same thing. Try a bunch of things and pay attention to how your partner responds. The biggest key is only do it if you want to. Your partner can tell if you are bored or doing it out of obligation. If you are enjoying yourself, so will they.