Interesting study was made by Glow, a startup created by PayPal co-founder Max Levchin, about how alcohol influences sex and found a direct connection between amounts of alcohol consumed by a woman and the kind of sexual behavior she might have and regret.
A woman's interest in drinking ebbs and flows, just like her interest in sex. The most common day of the week for drinking is Saturday.
The least common day of the week for drinking is Tuesday.
The most common month of the year for drinking is July.
Overall, summer is definitely the season for drinking. The women polled reported that they drank the most in July, followed by August, May, and June.
The least common month of the year for drinking is January, after the holiday party season ends and the New Year's resolutions begin — #Drynuary.
The four least common months of the year for drinking are January followed by March, February, and April.
Three or more drinks is the number that can lead to riskier sexual behavior.
Women who logged over three drinks are more likely to have unprotected sex. They are also more likely to say that their birth-control method was the morning-after pill or withdrawal.
Likewise, women who drank less than three drinks were more likely to say that the sex they had was protected by the pill or condom as their birth control.
Fifty-five percent of women who drink said that alcohol caused them to make a sexual decision they regretted.
Women who drink are most likely to drink on special occasions (28%). Without a special event, 20% said that they drank once a week, 19% said once or twice a month, and only 11% said that they drank "most days."
Forty-five percent of women who drink say that it takes between four and six drinks in order to get drunk. For 35%, it takes two or three drinks. For 15%, it takes more than seven. About 5% drink one and are done.
When women drink, they slightly prefer wine (25%) or liquor (23%) followed by fancy cocktails (22%) and beer (14%).