A new study has been published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, claiming that a woman’s sexual history can be related to the way she walks.
Apparently, a group of “trained sexologists” were unaware of the sexual histories of 16 women they observed from a distance. These sexologists guessed with 80% accuracy whether the women were having vaginal orgasms or not.
I am skeptical of this for many reasons, but a very obvious reason would be the sample size. Sixteen women from one university are hardly representative of all women. There could also possibly be a lot of environmental factors involved in the study.
One sentence that really struck me is when the researchers addressed two women they falsely identified as having vaginal orgasms: “It might be that the women have the capacity for vaginal orgasm, but have not yet had sufficient experience or met a man of sufficient quality to induce vaginal orgasm.”