Women with a high body mass index are more likely to have sex than those with a normal weight, a study has shown. The study into the relationship between body mass index and sexual behaviour has ruled out the widely held stereotype that overweight and obese women are not as sexually active as more slender women. In fact, the researchers concluded that the opposite was true. Lisa Riley and Sheridan Smith in Fat Friends: A new study has shown that women with a high body mass index are more likely to have sex than slimmer ones. The study was based on data from the National Survey of Family Growth that looked at the sexual behaviour of more than 7, women. Fellow researcher and Oregon State University professor Marie Harvey, added: 'I was glad to see that the stereotype that you have to be slender to have sex is just that, a stereotype.
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