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Did you know your favourite colour can say a lot about you?

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We know colour can make an impact on our moods and what we like to eat. But more importantly, your preferred shade can determine things about your sex life.

According to sexperts, the study of colour can affect human behaviour – especially when it comes to sex.

The founders of Godemiche, a sex toy company, have detailed what each colour means in an exclusive chat with Daily Star.

While red suggests passion, white indicates submissiveness and yellow could imply open-mindedness.

So are you ready to find out what your favourite colour says about your time in the sack?

Black

According to a 2010 study of Brits, over half of men polled said red was their least favourite colour for underwear.

In fact, they generally preferred to see their partners in black as it’s a “sexy colour”.

Not only does it associate with power and control, experts believe a person who likes the colour is often drawn to BDSM.

They’re often mysterious and can seem reserved, but they are intense and thoughtful lovers who put their partner’s pleasure first.

White

While the colour white is strongly associated with purity, these people tend to like uncomplicated sexual liaisons.

So it’s either a non-committed casual relationship or the safety of a reliable monogamous connection.

They can also tend towards the submissive as they crave peace and calm and like the release that comes with giving up control.

Purple

According to a 2012 survey of 2,000 adults, those with purple bedrooms have sex about 3.49 times a week.

That’s apparently more than any other colour.

Purple is a powerful mix of red and blue, bringing all the fire and passion and combining it with the trusting nature of blue lovers.

Roleplay is also their thing, they are compassionate and sensual creatures that are just happy indulging in a quickie.

Red

It’s no surprise that the colour red signifies passion, romance and love.

But red lovers can also be the sign of danger and warning, although these people are generally quite confident and bold.

They make passionate and wild partners as they often like the kinky side of sex.

However, they can also be highly impulsive and quick to arousal meaning they can end up taking risks that they probably shouldn’t.

Orange

People who love orange tend to like being the centre of attention in the form of having a real exhibitionist side to them.

A bit like the yellow fans they tend to be playful and fun people who are enthusiastic and intuitive lovers.

Orange lovers have a rich fantasy life but also an adventurous nature that can lead to them being fairly bold in exploring fantasies.

Yellow

Yellow is a happy colour and those who love it tend to bring those traits into the bedroom.

They make fun and playful lovers who are often also very spontaneous and like to explore when it comes to sex.

People who love the colour yellow often have large sexual appetites but also enjoy being open and free.

They can be very drawn to non-monogamy and are happiest when everyone else is happy and getting on with each other.

Green

Green is the colour of fertility and growth.

People who love green have a tendency to be people watchers.

They like nothing more than taking a back seat and watching the action, although that’s not the case for the bedroom.

These people tend to be generous lovers but can be slightly risk averse.

Blue

People who like the colour tend to be honest and loyal who enjoy strong bonded relationships.

They’re often calm and centred personalities who like to take their time in bed and for whom sex is more about love than lust.

Co-founders of Godemiche Adam Breedon and Monika Makarewicz want to reclaim the wild colours of sex by adding it to their toys.

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Speaking about the research, Adam said: “We were so fed up with seeing such a limited choice of sex toys on the market.

“As a couple, we enjoyed using them and decided to start designing our own.

“As our collection grew, so did the colours and we now offer a large range of colours and colour combinations.

“It doesn’t have to be fifty shades of boring grey!”

Monika added: “Colour really does feature in sex, more than many realise.

“The way we choose lingerie, the choices of clothes, the ambience of lighting down to the colour of the condoms we use.

“The colour of a sex toy really can liven up our sexual pleasure. It’s all about fantasy and knowing our body.”

 

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