The survey also found that 56 percent of men and 55 percent of women felt satisfied.
In fact, this rule is based on the introduction of foreplay that should last - at least six minutes before starting the "main action".
A study by Canadian scientists involving 1,500 people found people who enjoyed a foreplay that lasted at least six minutes before a specific sex act they were sexually satisfied - and a lot.
The research was commissioned by the Trojan Company, and the scientists were pleased with the various tests that found that most men agree with a six-minute rule that brings incredible pleasure.but still they could experience pleasure without it - compared to 61% of women for whom foreplay is very important.
"Six minutes is the minimum time you should devote to foreplay. This is a simple way that people can practice in their relationship, and it does not cost them anything, "explained Robin Milhussen, professor of sexuality at the University of Guelph.
The survey showed that 56 percent of men and 55 percent of women felt more satisfied if they exchanged tenderness with their partners during sex, such as caressing.