Hello and welcome to component two of our series on which the hell we suggest whenever we say “top, ” “bottom” or “switch”! Final week we mentioned bottoms and submissives, and this week we’re speaking about tops and dominants. Let’s go into it.
The Tops, Bottoms and Switches Intercourse Survey
Three weeks hence, we delivered you with a study about these words that are slippery and over 3.6k people turned up to talk about their tops and bottoms beside me. They are the demographics associated with the participants:
Demographics of Intercourse Survey Respondents // Age: Under 18 (1.2%), 18-24 (25%), 25-34 (56%), 35-44 (14%), 44+ (4.5%) // Sexual Orientation: Lesbian (43.4%), Queer (30%), Bi or Pansexual (19%), Gay (6.2%), Other (1%) // Gender Identity: Cis girl (71.2%), Trans girl (3.4%), Non-Binary or Genderqueer Woman (9.5%), Non-Binary or Genderqueer Individual (7.6%), Other (8.2%) // Relationship Status: solitary or Dating, devoid of Intercourse Frequently (30.6%), Solitary or Dating, Sex Frequently (8.7%), In a relationship that is monogamous32.6%), In A non-monogamous relationship (9.3%), Hitched & Monogamous (15.5%), Hitched & Non-Monogamous (3.2%)
I’ll be going right through the data slowly during the period of the thirty days — next week we’ll mention switches and folks whom don’t use these terms after all. We’ll also explore sub-identities (bratty bottom, energy base, solution top, etc. ) and we’ll look at the information in general and how it intersects with different identities and demographics. […]