Sex is, unarguably, one of human beings' most natural acts. We do it for pleasure and procreation, but depending on upbringing, background, experience, religious beliefs and societal pressures opinions on sex and sexual practices vary hugely. And then of course, each individual has preferences all his or her own.
When it comes to the different countries around the world, regularity of sex is something that varies, too. Some counties such as Brazil and Greece report that between 82% and 87% of their population is having sex weekly.
Durex, one of the largest manufacturers of condoms and other pleasure tools and accessories, conducted an online poll worldwide and the results were fascinating; indeed, the percentage of residents having sex regularly is one interesting statistic, but the sexual satisfaction rate in each country is perhaps even more intriguing. Some consider satisfaction as the ability to have an orgasm, while others consider satisfaction to be in the area of the frequency of sex or the quality of the foreplay. However the perception, the numbers show that frequency doesn’t also equal satisfaction, and rarity doesn't always mean dissatisfaction.
Here is a list of the top ten countries that have sex the least frequently, according to Durex's international sexual survey while polled around 26,000 people over 26 countries. So, if getting lucky between the sheets is important to you and you're thinking of relocating to a different country or traveling around the world, keep these numbers in mind. These percentages represent the number of citizens who report having sex on a weekly basis.