What Do Women *Really* Want For V-Day This Year?
by Kristine Fellizar
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A study conducted by shopping site Splender found that most men really want a nice dinner out on Valentine's Day. Simple and classic. So what do women really want? Chocolates? Candy? Mushy handwritten declarations of love? Well, Kindara, the fertility awareness app, recently conducted a survey of over 1,000 women, aged 18 to 50, in their community to find out what they *really* want this year. It turns out, 34 percent of women say they want sex more than anything else this Valentine's Day.

There are many different ways to spice up your sex life this Valentine's Day from turning it into a multi-sensory experience to trying out a new position. But whatever you do, just know sex on V-day is a pretty big deal. As the latest Millennial Sex Survey by SKYN Condoms found, 68 percent of Millennials say they want to be having sex on February 14.

But sex isn't the only thing going down on V-Day. According to Kindara, dinner is still the most popular Valentine's Day event with 61 percent of women saying they plan on going out.

To a lot of people, Valentine's Day has become all about the flowers or nice the dinner or the gifts. But we can't forget the reason behind why we celebrate the day in the first place. It's to celebrate the love we have for those we care about the most. Because of that, Kindara also surveyed women on the subject of love. Here's what they found:


Women Say "I Love You" An Average Of 4.1 Times A Day

Nearly 30 percent of women don't hold back their feelings. According to the survey, 29 percent tell their partners they love them more than seven times a day.


Women Say Their Partners Say "I Love You" More

According to the survey, their partners say, "I love you" an average of 4.2 times per day, with 30 percent saying their partners say it over seven times a day. So sharing the love is pretty much equal all around.


Women Love Their Heart Most Of All

When they were asked what they loved most about themselves, 53 percent said they loved their heart most of all. Only one percent said they loved their physical body.


Women Also Say They Love Their Eyes

Speaking of the physical, 13 percent of women say they love their eyes the most, 12 percent love their strength, and 7.5 percent say the love their curves.


Most Women Said "I Love You" For The First Time When They Were Teens

According to the survey, 70 percent of women told their first romantic partner that they loved them when they were between 13 to 19-years-old. Only one percent have never told a partner they loved them.

It's good to see that most people aren't afraid to communicate how much they love their partners. So whether it's Valentine's Day or not, be sure to express your feelings and don't be shy about telling your partner you love them.