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The survey, conducted by the women's magazine Chatelaine, polled nearly 4,000 women."We learned that Canadian women are fairly traditional in their views about sexuality," said Maryam Sanati, deputy editor of Chatelaine.
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"But critically, I think this is linked to how women see themselves, and body image plays a huge part in this." When asked to rank their bodies on a scale of one to 10, most women gave themselves only a six. "I don't understand why people would even think of that," said another woman.
In general, the better women felt about themselves, the more they enjoyed sex. "You know, I mean the real thing is out there and if you really want it, go out and find it, right?
The survey found that while 53 per cent said they want more sex than they get, 22 per cent say they have sworn off sex at least once in the past. " Most women said love was an important factor in their sexual satisfaction.
Twenty-two per cent said they had never masturbated while 38 per cent said they owned a vibrator. More than a quarter of women said love is everything when it comes to having great sex while 41 per cent said it's not everything, "but it's most important." Yet one in five said they had enjoyed a purely sexual, emotion-free relationship in the past. That number is a little higher than I would have thought," one woman said.
Other recent editors include Mildred Istona and Rona Maynard. The magazine celebrated its 85th anniversary in May 2013. It was created by the Maclean Hunter Publishing Company as a means to reach a different demographic than its other publications, Maclean's and the Financial Post.