Friday, April 28, 2006
"All the lonely people... where do they all come from?"
Analysing a British survey in which more than 18,000 people were questioned on their sexual practices, he [Anthony Bogaert] found 1.05 per cent of respondents agreed with the statement, "I have never felt sexually attracted to anyone at all."
I wonder if these figures can be extrapolated? Or if you are unfortunate to live in an area with a disproportionate number of unattractive others are the figures different? Contributions from (the many) readers in Galiagh would be welcome.