If you have reservations about both the size and frequency of tacos going down your throat, fear not! A new study conducted by The Crean School of Health Sciences at Chapman University has proven that overweight and obese people are having tons more sex than you. Of the 60,000 men and women who participated in the study, those who were overweight, on average, had more sexual partners than those in a normal weight range.
Lead study author David Frederick, PhD, an assistant professor in health psychology at Chapman University, further explained the findings to Yahoo Health: "Overweight and normal men fit the conventional ideals for men,” he says. “Men are expected to appear tough or athletic. Very slender men can face stigma for not appearing powerful.”
If this news, however, has prompted you to drastically increase the amount of tacos going into your stomach, you should still be weary, as the participants are by no means significantly overweight: "It’s a medical classification using BMI, or Body Mass Index," says Fredrick, "very few people would perceive that 'overweight' men are too heavy."