A few days before celebrating the Day of Love and Friendship, a date that is always celebrated in Mexico, how do Mexicans usually celebrate this date? According to La Silla Rota, which published the most recent survey by Mexico Elige, 43.6% celebrate it with a romantic meal or dinner, 40.7% go out as a couple, while 37.3% give chocolates as a gift and 29.6% celebrate by having sex.
Regarding the average number of times people have sex, the results were as follows: 44.8% have sex between one and two times a week, 13.5% have sex three to four times a week and 6.9% of the population surveyed said they have sex five or more times a week.
Regarding the days that Mexicans prefer to have sex, 56.3% affirm that it is on any day, although Fridays and Saturdays are the most popular, for example, 14.6% prefer Friday and 16.5% on Saturday. In contrast, Tuesdays and Thursdays are the least preferred days for sexual encounters, according to the February survey.
Another interesting fact is that 68.6 percent prefer to have sex at night and 12.4 percent prefer the so-called "mornings", while afternoon and midday are the least favored times.
Regarding how satisfied Mexicans are sexually, the survey reveals that 67.1% are very satisfied, 28.4% are somewhat satisfied and 0.9% are not at all satisfied.
Regarding the sexual position and the age at which Mexicans had their first sexual intercourse, the survey shows that the "missionary" position is the favorite with 17.1 percent, followed by the woman sitting on top with 16.6 percent and doggy style with 12.2 percent; in contrast, the least favorite positions are "spooning" with 4.8 percent and 69 with 2.5 percent.
Regarding the average age at which they began their first sexual intercourse, between 19 and 21 years old was 24.1%, followed by 16 to 17 years old with 19.1% and 15.7% between 22 and 25 years old.
Regarding the use of contraceptive methods during sexual intercourse, 44.8% do not use any method, while 31% use condoms and 11.8% use pills or patches.
The survey conducted from February 1 to 6 among the population over 18 years of age shows that 75.8 percent are not in favor of polyamory (loving more than one person at the same time), while 24.2 percent are in favor of this practice.