Brazilians have the loudest orgasms
According to the survey, not only is Brazil the loudest country in the bedroom, it is way beyond the rest when it comes to the number of screamers. A staggering 65% of Brazilians surveyed claimed to be noisy during orgasm, making them louder than all the other countries together. As a country that is popular for sex tourism and known for annual events like Carnival with its scantily-dressed samba dancers, this statistic will sit comfortably with national stereotypes. In second place is Norway with 39.9% of Norwegian respondents admitting they are loud in bed. Another interesting nugget of information was that 53% of Brits claimed they sometimes came loudly. Suddenly, stereotypes of the country’s bedroom habits begin to crumble. At the other end of the scale is Australia where 34.7% of respondents claimed they are usually quiet when they climax, making them some of the quietest in bed. The quietest climaxers in the world, however, are the Portuguese, with 42% saying they are usually quiet when they come.
But, Brazilians climax less than the global average
While Brazilians may be the nosiest, they actually climax less than the global average. On average, the global average rate of orgasm is between two and three orgasms per week. Yet 30% of Brazilian respondents claimed to come once a week. Interestingly, it is Norway that once again makes the top by having the most orgasms. 35% of Norwegians surveyed said they come at least once a day. The British are once again helping to shatter stereotypes of being a ‘cold’ nation, with 11% of those surveyed reporting to have at least one orgasm a day.
The orgasm survey and stereotypes
This survey was conducted with over 2,200 respondents from over 21 different countries in celebration of National Orgasm Day on July 31. While no one probably batted an eyelid to learn that Brazil was the loudest in bed, it may be less expected to learn that it is among the countries with the least amount of orgasms per week. The results may come as a surprise, yet it’s actually a great indication of how wrong the preconceptions of certain country’s bedroom habits are.