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What your walk says about your sex life


According to a new study, you can tell a lot about a woman by the way she walks–namely, how good her sex life is.
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By Deborah Dunham for Blisstree.com

According to a new study, you can tell a lot about a woman by the way she walks–namely, how good her sex life is.

That’s right. We’re not sure who comes up with the ideas to study things like this, but apparently certain indicators like how many orgasms you have and how sexually satisfied you are can be spotted when you stroll down the sidewalk.

Published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, a group of Belgium researchers had 16 participants complete a questionnaire about their current sex life and then analyzed their walking patterns and movements from afar. Results showed that the scientists were able to correctly guess women’s orgasmic traits more than 80% of the time simply by watching the length of her stride and vertebral rotations.

Keep reading to find out which walking style indicated a healthy sex life…

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