E ver had great sex with a Venezuelan? I mean really good, back-arching, teeth-rattling sex, where your partner shrieks enough to wake up the neighbors? According to two recent surveys, that's exactly what should happen. In a study of sexual happiness, a Roper Starch Worldwide survey reports that 46 percent of Venezuelans were "very happy" with their sex lives, the highest percentage of any nation. A separate study conducted in October supports this theory, revealing that Venezuelans also score the highest among 30 countries in saying they constantly think about their appearance. Among the top 10 nations most happy with their sex lives, Brazil ranked second with 32 percent and Argentina clocked in at 20 percent.
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The typical Venezuelan man tends to personify the macho image. He will defend his woman, protect the family and work hard to provide for it. They value friends very much and relationships between them are very close. In contrast to many Westerners, the most emphasis is placed on family: Weekends and evenings are often spent with relatives and other loved ones. Venezuelans are social and they are not afraid to meet new people, and are welcoming and open and warm. They are considered to be one of the happiest people in the world, with a passion for dance and music. These men are hard to resist!
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Hazel Marsh does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. Over the last four months, hardly a day has gone by without news coverage of the political and economic crisis in Venezuela. At least people have been killed , some by security forces, while participating in or accidentally encountering opposition-led street demonstrations. The mainstream media narrative is of an increasingly authoritarian government repressing a series of popular uprisings in a desperate bid to hold onto power.
It is not civil war, a war between brothers that will solve the problems of Venezuela. Will we legitimise a puppet government imposed from abroad? Will we allow our constitution to be violated? His national security adviser, John Bolton, refused to exclude military action on Thursday, but said the immediate emphasis would be on economic measures. He said that Washington was currently trying to strengthen the coalition against Maduro among American and European states.