If you don't believe us, ask the scientists that studied it.

Yes, that's right, there has been actual research written on this exact subject.

Aptly titled: A woman's history of vaginal orgasm is discernible from her walk, the study also claims you can tell the type of orgasms a woman has had.

Apparently women who swing their hips more when they walk have had better orgasms.

If you're wondering how many types of orgasms a woman could possibly experience, it's seven types of orgasms – sorry boys, it's a minefield.

This research focused specifically on vaginal orgasms, that means reaching maximum pleasure through intercourse only.

That's an orgasm without any clitoral stimulation… yes, it is possible.

Experts from the University of Louvain in Belgium set to discover if trained sexologists (that's people who study sex for a living) could tell a woman's history of vaginal history by her walk.

And it turns out they can.

A selection of women who were able to orgasm without help from clitoral stimulation and women who had a condition called vaginal anorgasmia – a condition that stops them reaching orgasm through penetration alone – were filmed walking on the street.

Based on the "fluidity, energy, sensuality and freedom" of the woman's gait experts could tell their orgasm history.

Women who had vaginal orgasms also had more relaxed muscles – but we can only speculate as to why.

So, the reason for this apparently noticeable change in a woman's walk?

Apparently when a woman has a vaginal orgasm it can permanently alter the gait of her walk.

"Exploratory analyses suggest that greater pelvic and vertebral rotation and stride length might be characteristic of the gait of women who have experienced vaginal orgasm," the researchers said.

In layman's terms, their hips swing a little more and their stride is longer which changes their gait.

Orgasms, vaginal or not, aren't just good for your walk.

There's a string of evidence that suggests sex is good for your psychical and mental health – and can even protect against illness.

Just make sure you're being safe when you're getting down and dirty, as this week new stats revealed a young person is diagnosed with a sexually transmitted infection (STI) every four minutes.

That's not what you want.

Remember, while other forms of contraception protect against pregnancy a condom is the best protection against an STI.



 

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