How to spot a cheater: If your girlfriend is doing THIS in bed she’s more likely to cheat


If your female partner is faking orgasms, it’s highly likely she is faking other aspects of your relationship too – including the part where she is faithful.

Women who pretend to climax are more likely to be cheating on you.

That is according to a study in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior, the official publication of the International Academy of Sex Research.

It may not be surprising that women who are lacking sexual satisfaction are seeking it elsewhere – but the study did show that intensity and frequency of orgasms had little to do with whether women would cheat.

Women may have fewer or no orgasms – but it’s those who fake them are more likely to lie to their man and seek romance elsewhere.

There was a strong link between how many times women faked orgasms and how likely they were to cheat, but women who don’t have orgasms but do not fake it are no more likely to cheat than those who have frequent orgasms during sex.

If your woman has faked orgasms in the past she is more likely to cheat again in the future, according to this interesting study, which surveyed 138 women and 121 men in heterosexual relationships.

A micropenis is a penis that is 2.8 inches or less when erect, or 2.5 inches when “stretched” while flaccid.

These women posted their experiences to Reddit.

One woman said that her male partners small size was enough to end the short relationship.

“I was turned off, but felt like it would be mean to stop because of that so we went ahead and had sex, though I couldn’t feel anything,” she said.

Another recent study showed women who prefer sex with men who are blessed with longer penises are more likely to have orgasms.

The research, published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, has found that women who prefer longer penises are more likely to have vaginal orgasms, but not clitoral orgasms.

The study questioned three hundred and twenty-three women about their sexual behaviour over the past month.

Researchers asked women to report on how much sex they were having, what type of sex and the effects of a longer than average penis on the likelihood of orgasm during penile–vaginal intercourse.



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