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It’s an age old question – how many partners should a woman have had?Much has been said about the double standard attached to a woman’s choice of partners versus that of a man, and many women talk down their number of partners (or consciously limit it) in order to not come across as “easy”.Most women in relationships (88%) said they’d always been faithful to their men and many said the sex just kept getting better.But although a significant number of Irish ladies have said they’d done things like have sex outdoors or fantasise about having threesomes, Irish singles were not nearly as promiscuous as you might expect.Find out where Ireland is The easiest way to get an Irish woman cheesed off is to ask her which part of the world Ireland is located!Before you begin to chat her up, find out a bit about her country, its history and culture so that you can come off as geographically aware.Interestingly, out of 5 women chosen for this article, only two women reported to have had sex with a relatively large number of partners and one of them was originally from Germany so was not raised in Ireland.Both were young, though young age didn’t seem to necessarily mean being more promiscuous.
There is increasing talk (backed by research) of changing attitudes towards dating, co-habiting, relationship and marriage among young Irish men and women, making me wonder whether questions like “how many sexual partners should a woman have had?
She remembers the hops in her local tennis club in the 1940s.
"They finished at 10.30pm or 11.30pm and then you went straight home. So at the last dance the man asked you where you lived and if you lived too far away they wouldn't cycle home with you! "Young women have less respect for themselves these days," she says at once.
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Popular notions about the Irish are usually about a hard-drinking, jovial guy who can sing and dance at the drop of a hat.