New York: According to an interesting research, women who have funny, self-confident and high-earning partners report stronger orgasms.
Psychologist George Gallup and his colleagues from University at Albany interviewed female college students in committed relationships.
The participants rated how often they reached orgasm during sex and this was compared to their partner’s family income, self-confidence and attractiveness. Researchers looked at whether orgasm intensity, frequency and sexual satisfaction are determined by a woman’s choice of partner.
They found that a partner’s sense of humour not only predicted his self-confidence and family income but it also predicted a woman’s propensity to initiate sex, how often the couple had sex and it enhanced orgasm frequency.
Sexual satisfaction also depended on the physical attraction women felt towards their partners and the breadth of their shoulders.