Are you on the hunt for a man who is guaranteed to give you an orgasm every time you have sex?
Well, we have good news! A team of scientists have been doing the hard work for you — and reckon they’ve found the magic equation for bedtime bliss.
Researchers at the University of Albany have been quizzing young women in heterosexual relationships about their sex lives — and, importantly, how intensely and frequently they experience the big O.
The scientists then looked at the partner’s traits — including income, personality, sense of humour, looks and body measurements.
They also asked the ladies to rate their partner’s looks.
The study found that women were more likely to climax if their partners were rich, confident and attractive — while the intensity of their orgasms also depended on how good-looking their man is.
Ladies who found their fella attractive had more intense orgasms, while a man’s broad shoulders were also found to be related to sexual satisfaction.
Researchers also found that it really is possible to laugh a woman into bed — with women having more regular sex, and more frequent orgasms, with funny men.
The researchers wrote: “Orgasm intensity was related to how attracted (women) were to their partners, how many times they had sex per week and ratings of sexual satisfaction.”
“Those with partners who their friends rated as more attractive also tended to have more intense orgasms.”
“Sexual satisfaction was related to how physically attracted women were to their partner and the breadth of his shoulders.”
“Their partner’s sense of humour not only predicted his self-confidence and family income, but it also predicted women’s propensity to initiate sex, how often they had sex and it enhanced their orgasm frequency in comparison with other partners.”
Apparently, there’s an evolutionary reason behind why women enjoy sex with fit, strong, funny guys — they should breed more “successful” kids.
But fear not, guys, it’s all down to perspective — and how attractive and hilarious each woman finds her own partner, rather than how likely he is to become a professional model or comedian.