Even on reddit, stories about Cologne were being heavily moderated and in some cases banned yesterday by touchy liberal moderators.Frustrated German citizens were expressing horror on Twitter today that one of their elected officials would compare words on the screen to a series of attacks that includes two alleged rapes and dozens of reported molestations.A quarter of women said kissing someone else was cheating.But 17 percent of men said that a kiss was a red line. Almost half of men consume pornography at least once a week against 7 percent of women.“This is poisoning the climate of our society,” he said.It’s not known which websites Jaeger was criticising, but free speech platforms such as 4chan are routinely branded “misogynistic” and “racist” by progressive campaigners and left-wing politicians because they are some of the only remaining places online where citizens can express their frustration with government policy free of censorship.“Among couples, a marvelous 86 percent say they have a good sex life in the first year of their relationship,” the study notes.After ten years together, two thirds of couples still said they were happy with their sex lives.
Of those who do watch porn, 75 percent said they choose to watch free material available on the internet, 18 percent said they buy DVDs, 10 percent said they buy porn mags, and 10 percent said they buy raunchy books. Every third German man said he could imagine having sex with a robot, if it were technically possible and as long as it would feel real. It is not affiliated in any way with the goods or services that may be parodied. Jaeger was distressed that the multiple sex attacks on German women by men of “Arab or North African” appearance in Cologne on New Year’s Eve might bolster the arguments of anti-immigration campaigners.Singles weren't quite so fulfilled though - only 44 percent were content with their romantic adventures. “The act of love lasts a sensual 15 minutes on average across Germany,” the report states.And Germans are “very ready” to try out new things, the study adds.And the Teutons also generally said that sex shouldn’t be the decisive factor in wedlock.A total of 63 percent of German couples said an unsatisfying sex life is no reason to seek a divorce.Men were more likely to see expectation of monogamy as unrealistic.Two in five men said that humans are not suited to monogamy.Women meanwhile said they needed confirmation that other men still found them attractive.On the question of when an affair starts, there was also dispute.