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Walk This Way

Walk This Way

If the Bee Gees were re-writing "Stayin' Alive" for modern times, they might want to consider some updated lyrics: "Well you can tell by the way I use my walk, that I have vaginal orgasms..."

Scientists from the University of the West of Scotland believe that by studying a woman's gait one can discern whether or not she is capable of achieving a vaginal orgasm. In an experiment that sounds more like a night out at the pub, a group of trained sexologists watched 16 random women walk by and—using a ratio of stride length and vertebral rotation—guessed whether or not they were able to achieve vaginal orgasm. They were correct 80% of the time. In addition to physical measurements, the researchers predicted that the orgasmic women might have a more confident gait.

"Such confidence might also be related to the relationship(s) that a woman has had, given the finding that specifically penile-vaginal orgasm is associated with indices of better relationship quality," the authors state.

In other words, the ladies had a little extra bounce in their step? Maybe this whole walking theory can work in reverse. Ladies, put a little more groove into your steps and maybe better sex will come your way! [Physorg.com]

Posted: 9/9/08
lilliede81

LOL!! Funny article!! Couldn't everybody benefit if they put a little more groove in his/her step? It might even improve the flexibility in the lower back and pelvic muscles.

Love Lizzie314's sense of humor!! Finding a man that does housework will put more bounce in anybody's step!!!

Lizzie314

I wonder if there's a similar walk analysis for men that can tell if they do housework.... :)

LauraLee311

Too funny! I’m not sure how truly scientific this study is, but a correlation between a woman’s confidence and her ability to achieve orgasm makes sense.