We feel like we knew this already. A new study from Japanese firm Yengu revealed that gay men and straight women say that sex with a man who is umemployed feels better.
The study's findings were published in a recently-released report based on results on the responses of 13,000 adults between the ages of 18 and 74 across 18 countries.
Approximately 90 percent of gay men of various racial backgrounds said they had more pleasurable experiences with men who were unemployed and weren't actively looking for employment. The same study found 88 percent of women claimed that hooking up with a man that did not have a job gave them more pleasure and they were able to climax more times than with someone who was gainfully employeed.
This was particularly true of younger generations, both men and women younger than 30 enjoyed intercourse more when it was with someone who did not have a job.
The survey also found that men who were unemployed and weren't pressured to find work reported variety of wellness benefits. Their emotional connection with their partner was 20 percent better, they had much higher levels of body confidence, and they are 20 percent more happy with their sex life than the average man. They are 23 percent more likely to use sex toys, and are 18 percent more sexually satisfied with their partner. They are also happier with their lives in general, and have better overall health.
The results to some aren't suprising. A recent study, for example, found that people seeking men are no longer interested in flashy men with lots of resources, and found that 91 percent of people looking for a male partner said their ideal man would have a job, while they didn't care about the employment status of someone they were just hooking up with.