As you all know, Men’s Health is an excellent resource for anyone with a thirst for science.
Paradoxically, Men’s Health is also an excellent resource to consult for information regarding women’s sexuality. I learned a lot today from this article on crazy sex studies. I do not know how many readers Men’s Health has, but judging by the cost of ad space, it’s a big number. Even if 50% of those readers are teenage boys looking for photos of women in school uniforms sans underwear, there apparently are also quite a few men out there searching for clues to the feminine mystique. If those men included these sex studies in their research it is likely they are behaving in ways that don’t seem to make a lot of sense to the women in their lives.
For the full study, please do consult the research, but, as a quick reference, I’ve put together this primer. When you find yourself asking, “What the hell could be going through his mind right now?”, let this be your guide. Pass it on to your women friends and do your part to further the species, as well as the occurrence of vaginal orgasms (which are apparently the only kind of orgasms worth counting).
- If he hands you a pair of socks, he wants sex, but first he has to calm you down and make you feel safe.
- If he says you look sad and he wants to give you some of his mind altering medicine, he wants sex without a condom
- If he casually asks about your testosterone levels, he suspects that you may be masturbating on the side.
- If he appears to be studying your mouth intensely, he’s using your lip shape as a guide in judging your ability to achieve a vaginal orgasm.
- If he seems overly interested in the way you walk. he’s trying to judge whether or not your pelvic muscles may be blocked, as this would affect your ability to have a vaginal orgasm. Chances are good he wouldn’t know a blocked pelvic muscle from a mannequin, that’s the funny part.
Note to everyone in the world: Never, ever, under any circumstances, should you google “vagina images”. Just don’t.
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