Nearly half of women find THIS one thing more pleasurable than sex? And it’s said that 42% of women would rather do this than sleep with you.

How much do women really enjoy sex? It’s a question that comes up at dinner tables world wide. In a study carried out, while 58% of women said they would rather get jiggy than chomp down on a gourmet meal, a whopping 42% said, they wouldn’t.

That’s right, nearly half of women would rather eat a nice meal than have sex with you.

You could get offended, but 26% of men also opted for a foodgasm over an orgasm.

In the survey of nearly 12,000 people worldwide, a huge percentage of people said they thought eating could be as (or more) pleasurable than sex.

And when women had to pick between having sex or dining out at a fancy restaurant, 42% chose the dinner option.

Sex researcher Nicole Prause, Ph.D., founder of Liberos, thinks part of the reason is due to the fact that sex is pretty “taxing” for women.

“Intercourse is taxing on the body, especially for women,” he told Men’s Health.

“It requires energy, like exercise. And then there’s this fun fact: Women always experience microtears in the vulva from sex.”

In the survey of nearly 12,000 people worldwide, a huge percentage of people said they thought eating could be as (or more) pleasurable than sex.

And when women had to pick between having sex or dining out at a fancy restaurant, 42% chose the dinner option.

Sex researcher Nicole Prause, Ph.D., founder of Liberos, thinks part of the reason is due to the fact that sex is pretty “taxing” for women.

“Intercourse is taxing on the body, especially for women,” he told Men’s Health.

“It requires energy, like exercise. And then there’s this fun fact: Women always experience microtears in the vulva from sex.”

In the survey of nearly 12,000 people worldwide, a huge percentage of people said they thought eating could be as (or more) pleasurable than sex.

And when women had to pick between having sex or dining out at a fancy restaurant, 42% chose the dinner option.

Sex researcher Nicole Prause, Ph.D., founder of Liberos, thinks part of the reason is due to the fact that sex is pretty “taxing” for women.

“Intercourse is taxing on the body, especially for women,” he told Men’s Health.

“It requires energy, like exercise. And then there’s this fun fact: Women always experience microtears in the vulva from sex.”

In the survey of nearly 12,000 people worldwide, a huge percentage of people said they thought eating could be as (or more) pleasurable than sex.

And when women had to pick between having sex or dining out at a fancy restaurant, 42% chose the dinner option.

Sex researcher Nicole Prause, Ph.D., founder of Liberos, thinks part of the reason is due to the fact that sex is pretty “taxing” for women.

“Intercourse is taxing on the body, especially for women,” he told Men’s Health.

“It requires energy, like exercise. And then there’s this fun fact: Women always experience microtears in the vulva from sex.”