A lot of guys seem to expect girls who are past their teens to be ready and willing at any time, but it’s still okay to say no. nzgirls are strong, go-getting women with opinion and attitude.All too often us girls just go along with what a guy wants to do – then later feel terrible about doing it. We know what we want and we know how to get it, right? Set your boundaries First of all you need to be quite sure of your boundaries. Before you go out with a guy, consider how much you are ready to do.
Men are also feeling the impact from the new sexual tactics being employed by women.The Sunday Star-Times' Being a Bloke survey last year found that 29% of the 5000 men surveyed felt they had been pressured into having sex or had had sex unwillingly. It’s drummed into us at a young age – if a boy (or anyone) is doing something we don’t like, then we should make sure we express our distaste.But what about when we’re grown up and maybe have a bit of experience behind us?TVNZ Sunday correspondent Janet Mc Intyre said there was anecdotal evidence from the five women on the show that the Durex survey findings were valid."There's a new kind of mating ritual sex is the point of entry into the relationship." If the first-up sex wasn't any good women weren't prepared to waste their time progressing the relationship.
"There's no dating culture any more." In candid interviews about their sexual experiences some of the women who are all in their twenties felt empowered by having sex and wanted to celebrate and enjoy it.
Mc Intyre said all the women who had experienced one-night stands had been affected by alcohol, a term described by at least one expert in a report as "getting pissed and hooking up".
Dating culture is dead - instead, young New Zealand women are regularly getting drunk and cruising around in packs looking for men to have sex with.
That's one of the findings of a TVNZ Sunday investigation into the sexual behaviour of New Zealand women.
The programme makers did the story after Kiwi women last year topped the Durex Sexual Wellbeing Global Survey as the world's most promiscuous.
They are reported to have an average of 20 sexual partners, double that of their Australian and British counterparts and almost three times the global average of seven.