There is always a new study about something. British researchers discovered that earth-shattering orgasms are genetic. The study was originally conducted in 2005 but was revisited recently after the release of the film Good Luck to You, Leo Grande on Hulu. A movie about a 60-year old woman who hires a sex worker to help her achieve her first orgasm.
According to the New York Post, the study was focused on the female orgasm. Keele University in London interviewed over 1,300 identical and non-identical twins to test their theory. They asked the participants two questions: “Overall, how frequently do you experience an orgasm during intercourse?” and “How frequently do you experience an orgasm during masturbation by yourself or a partner?”
Sure enough, the researchers reported that genetic factors played a significant role, accounting for up to 60% of a woman’s ability to reach the big O. Who would’ve thought that genetics would play such a big role in the bedroom? The study concluded that more research needs to be done on the female orgasm. Even though multiple research reveals it’s not completely up to their partner to help achieve maximum pleasure, many women are still faking orgasms.
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