Britons would rather discuss sex than talk about their finances

Let’s talk about sex: Britons would rather discuss bedroom matters than money as study reveals finance is our least favourite conversation topic

  • Just 22 per cent of Brits are happy discussing finances with family and friends 
  • Whereas 29 per cent of us are comfortable talking about sex to the same people
  • Sixty-one per cent are happy to discuss weight, 67 per cent can handle talking about political beliefs, and 46 per cent are OK with the subject of mental health 

Britons would rather talk about sex than money, according to a new report which found that finance is our least favourite topic of conversation.

Just 22 per cent of us are happy discussing finances with family and friends, compared with 29 per cent who are comfortable talking about sex. 

Sixty-one per cent are happy to discuss weight, 67 per cent can handle talking about political beliefs, and 46 per cent are OK with the subject of mental health.

Just 22 per cent of Brits us are happy discussing finances with family and friends, compared with 29 per cent who are comfortable talking about sex (file image)


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Women are just as reluctant as men to talk about money, the study from Starling Bank found, but age made a difference. 

Forty-two per cent of all 18- to 34-year-olds were happy with the subject, compared with just ten per cent of over-55s.

This could be because younger people are more likely to be in a similar financial position to peers.

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