Ever wondered if you could tell just by the way a woman walks if she was able to experience fulfilling orgasms? Yes, it may seem like a strange thought, but researchers at the University of the West of Scotland has done exactly that – thought long and hard about this baffling question and were able to correctly infer vaginal orgasms just by watching the way women walked 80 percent of time.
The team of sexologists and researchers, trained in functional-sexological approach to sexology, watched videotape of women walking and from the sum of their stride lengths and vertebral rotation, found that the greater the distance resulted in the greater number of vaginal orgasms.
“This could reflect the free, unblocked energetic flow from the legs through the pelvis to the spine,” researchers noted.
Weak and blocked muscles may reduce a women’s ability to experience vaginal organisms, and as a result, decrease relationship quality with their partners.
So, what does this mean for the men? Though the findings need to be confirmed by other researchers, it seems that people will be able to visually pick and choose a partner that will experience greater pleasure in the bedroom. Therefore, if you’re looking for a “responsive” woman in bed, make sure she has long strides!
Great, first there was racial profiling and now there’s even orgasm profiling?!
1. Aurelie Nicholas, Stuart Brody, Pascal De Sutter, François de Carufel. A Woman’s History of Vaginal Orgasm is Discernible from Her Walk. Journal of Sexual Medicine, September 2008