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article imageNew study shows one third of men prefer video games to sex

By Lance Lasheras     Apr 2, 2009 in Lifestyle
A third of men would prefer to play video games rather than enjoy sex with their partners, according to a new study by UK gaming magazine.
A popular gaming magazine in Britain has released a new study which finds that one third of men would prefer to play video games than have sex with their significant other. The site PS3 Compare polled 1130 men, and released the findings today.
More surprising then the initial findings were those to the secondary question: "Would you forgo sex with your partner at the opportunity to play a brand new title?" A shocking 72% of respondents claimed they would rather have an opportunity to try a new game than spend a night with their partners.
Mike Elsmore, the developer of the site exclaimed: I, like many other men, am an avid gamer, but even I find these results startling.
However, the poll focused primarily on men who were already in existing relationships. This leads to a possible debate whether the individuals polled would prefer any activity other than sex with their partners.
A poll has not been launched to inquire as to what women would choose in a similar scenario, most likely because they're not reading a video game magazines to begin with.
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