Why Guys Get Turned on When You Orgasm — and Why That's a Bad Thing
Women's Health may earn commission from the links on this page, but we only feature products we believe in. Why trust us? Nov 19, Shutterstock According to seriously buzzed-about new research, men who are attractive, funny, confident, and have money are also more likely to make you orgasm. Wait, what?! The study, published in the journal Evolutionary Psychologysuggests that random things like your partner's sense of humor, his family income, and his age could influence your O. They also suggest that the width of his shoulders and the age when you first had sex could play a role in your sexual satisfaction. Since these results seem kind of out there, we thought it might be a good idea to take another peek at the research to see if you should really base your boyfriend-search around this.
Women are more likely to have an orgasm with an attractive and ascendant man, scientists claim Some women choose a sensitive New Man to a rugged brute. Unsurprisingly, those with attractive partners also fared better. A analyse into sexual relationships found that women had more orgasms, and at the best times for conception, with men they thought were handsome and ascendant. Women who found their partners a good number attractive were more likely to orgasm at the same time or a minute ago after men, which is the best time to get pregnant. In the past, female orgasm has been accepted wisdom of as biologically useless. But researchers from Pennsylvania State University claim the findings support the theory that lady orgasms have an evolutionary function.