Do Single Gay Men Have Dirty Sheets?

Beds are sanctuaries, (for most people) it’s the place where we begin and end each day. And get the much needed sleep we deserve. But for
some British men, keeping that sanctuary tidy by changing the bed
sheets on a regular basis apparently falls low on their priority list. A
new survey by U.K. mattress company Ergoflex reveals that young, single British men are the worst offenders, changing sheets a mere once every three months. – Probably straight men, I would imagine. 

Single women (and probably gay men!)  reported swapping linens every two and a half weeks, while
couples claimed to change sheets every two weeks. Of those couples, the
study found 81% of those washing the sheets were women. Of the 2,004
interviewed, on average men admitted to owning only one set of sheets
while women estimated around three selections.

“One person can perspire as much as a liter in a night—even more if you have a lot of covers,” an Ergoflex spokesman  told the Wall Street Journal. He also explained that skin cells are a source of food for mites, who are
known to fester in mattresses and bedding, and also leave their feces
behind. Fungal mold, fungal spores, lint, fibers, pollen, soil and
cosmetics also accumulate in the often harmless looking sheets.