I’m not trying to discredit the scientific legitimacy of a sex toy corporation; I’m merely stating the facts.
Now, down to business: According to its findings, 86 percent of big earners confessed to outdoor sexual escapes, while 66 percent of lower earners had never experienced the great outdoors in “that way.”
Similarly, 40 percent of higher earning individuals had experimented with bondage, while 33 percent of lower earners couldn’t bother to get tied up in all that jazz.
The comparative figures go on, but I’ll spare you. The larger question here is this: Are higher earners inherently more adventurous?
If that’s the hypothesis, we might venture it’s why they’ve excelled in the business world. Logic goes to stand that their salaries would reflect this trend.
So, if higher earners are bigger risk takers, why do they have less sex than most? Spending all your time climbing to the top can take its toll I suppose, and if you’re too busy with work maybe you’re too busy to live. What good is a massive paycheck if you can’t ever frolic in the woods?
I don’t know. I’m still circling back to the makers of this study. Seems to me they’re pointing a finger at the general public and calling whole percentages of the workforce prude. Well played, Lovehoney. I hope business is on the rise for you all.