The PJ Tatler

Survey Says: Middle Class Women Want to Get Laid!

Results of a recent British study published in the Guardian reveal that if you’re a woman, the more middle class you are, the more sexual partners you have:

Given the number of headlines about teenage single mothers from deprived backgrounds, you’d be forgiven for assuming that being in a lower social class equals an increased likelihood of promiscuous behaviour.

But you’d be wrong, because, in fact, having more than ten sexual partners in your lifetime is associated with higher social class and educational status, with nearly double the rates in professional women compared with those in routine occupations.

However, it is correct that the lower down the social scale you are, then the earlier you will start having sex.

By contrast, women from higher socio-economic groups start their sexual activity later, but go on to have more partners throughout their lifetime.

One possible explanation is that highly educated women tend to forge careers before settling down, and so have more years on the singles market.

The real question is, have white, middle-class feminists become so singularly focused on birth control and abortion in order to advocate for their “deprived” sisters, as they claim? Or are they so sex-obsessed in their politics solely in order to sustain their seemingly insatiable, promiscuous lifestyles?