If You Want An Earth-Shattering Orgasm, Have Sex With THIS Kinda Guy

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Keep your eyes peeled for a guy like THIS.

By: Ashley Mateo

Oh, sure, having the right moves in bed is definitely a plus when it comes to getting off. But, new research shows that there are a few surprisingly asexual attributes your partner can have that determine how frequent and how strong your orgasms will be.

According to a study recently published in the journal Evolutionary Psychology, the frequency of orgasms is related to intensity, and that intensity is stronger when women are with a partner they find funny, self-confident and from a family of high earners.

(That last one’s a little out of left field, amirite? The study doesn’t expand on the financial aspect, but we’re guessing a more financially secure dude is also more confident in himself. C’mon. Anyone else out there dated a finance bro?) But talk about the ultimate score for the funny guys! 

Psychologists at the University at Albany polled heterosexual female college students in relationships about how often they experienced orgasms during sex and discovered that orgasm intensity is related to how attracted a women is to their partners, how many times they had sex per week, and ratings of sexual satisfaction.

FYI: orgasm intensity is a “marginally better predictor of sexual satisfaction than orgasm frequency,” according to lead study author Professor Georgy Gallup.

The researchers also asked the women’s friends to rate the attractiveness of the participants’ partners to get a less biased score — the participants with partners that their friends rated as more attractive tended to have more intense orgasms, because, of course.

“[A woman’s] 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,” wrote the researchers.

So, guess size really doesn’t matter—right ladies?

This article was originally published at Self. Reprinted with permission from the author.

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