London, October 5 (ANI): British people, particularly women, are less likely to talk about sex in the open, according to a survey.
The study by Santander, which asked people to rate the topics they find most uncomfortable to talk about, found over half of Brits hate talking about sex with partners and friends.
And women find it more difficult to share with friends what goes on in the bedroom than men, with many confessing they'd rather talk about anything else but "doing it," the Telegraph reported.
Death and money were the next least popular topics for discussion by women, the survey of 1,510 Brits revealed.
The report claimed Brits are continuing to live up to their "straight-laced, conservative stereotype", with women breaking out into a cold sweat at the thought of discussing their sex lives with men.
Another scary subject was divorce, with one in five claiming they would have difficulty raising the subject with their partners. (ANI)