“Body count” refers to how many people someone has slept with. Generally speaking, this refers to sexual intercourse, and does not include other types of sexual activities.
"Body count" refers to how many people a person has had sex with. What people define as "sex" differs from person to person, but it generally refers to sexual intercourse, though some include other sexual acts in their definition, increasing their body count. Source: TikTok.
Simply put, body count is the number of people you have sex with. It does not matter how intimate the make out was, or how much stuff you have done with someone, if there hasn't been penetration, it does not count as sex in this context.
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The average number for people who identify as men was 26, the average number for people who identify as women was 19. But other studies have shown that people often lie about their number. Comparing yourself to others is all too easy, especially when it comes to sex.
A 2017 survey of 2,180 people from the U.S. and Europe from U.K. health service Superdrug Online Doctor found women had a lifetime average of 7 sexual partners. Men had an average of 8 sexual partners.
Our female respondents said they perceive the threshold for being too promiscuous is 15.2 partners, while men consider 14 the defining number when it comes to promiscuity. On the other end of the spectrum, men believe 2.3 partners is too conservative, while women think 1.9 is the threshold for too few.
So for women, by age 25, they've probably had sex with about 15 guys and/or girls. Remember most girls have had sex by the time they are 15 or 16, so that's only 1 or 2 sexual partners per year since they started having sex…..not that hard to believe.