Did you know that a staggering 60% of men and 45% of women will cheat at some point during their marriage?
It’s a pretty sad statistic, and unfortunately there are plenty of people who all want to know the same thing – is there a way of telling if your significant other is being unfaithful?
According to a new study published in the Archives of Sexual Behaviour, women who fake orgasms are WAY more likely to cheat on their partners.
138 women and 121 men were quizzed about their sex lives, and they found a definite link between climaxing and cheating [via The Mirror].
Sex expert Dr Tammy Nelson also revealed that a huge 80% of women fake orgasms at some point, and there’s a clear link to infidelity.
Dr Nelson also went on to say that women have specific needs in the bedroom, and if they’re not met, they may look elsewhere.
“Most women need direct clitoral stimulation for anywhere from seven to 45 minutes, and unless she gives you hints like sighs and moans, you won’t know if you’re even in the ballpark,” she said – you heard it here first guys…
The study states that women who fake climax aren’t satisfied with their sex lives, which makes perfect sense if you think about it.
It’s not just women that fake orgasms though. Surprisingly, a survey recently found that a surprisingly high number of men fake climaxes – who knew?