It’s not polite to probe, but, according to some studies, a woman’s walk and facial features can’t help but give some of her secrets away. One study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine suggests that the more "energetic and free" a woman’s gait is, the happier she is in the bedroom. Another study by St. Andrew’s University says that the more feminine a woman’s face is, the higher the likelihood of her becoming a mother.
As stereotypical as these conclusions might seem, scientific evidence readily supports them. Women who supposedly have had a lot of orgasms walk more languidly than others because their vaginal muscles have been getting a lot of exercise. As two professors of sexology said, "A woman's experience of vaginal orgasm may be discerned from a gait that comprises fluidity, energy, sensuality, freedom, and absence of both flaccid and locked muscles."
To test whether the principle holds true or not, a small group of women was questioned about their sexual behavior. Separately and unaware of their answers, the two professors of sexology observed their participants’ gait from a distance. The results were then compared, and as predicted, it was found that the more rigid a woman’s walk is, the fewer orgasms she has had.
Meanwhile, women who have softer faces, fuller lips, and all around more feminine features are said to have a higher chance of becoming mothers because their high oestrogen levels are prompting them to procreate. According to the study, the abundance of this feminine hormone can’t help but push at women’s maternal instincts.
To verify the validity of this theory, researchers asked 25 women to become part of their study. They were then questioned about how many children they wanted; their oestrogen levels were also measured. As it turned out, the higher their oestrogen levels, the more kids the women said they wanted to have.
Following this test, the researchers took pictures of a different set of women and asked them how many children they wanted. These pictures were then made into composites using photos of the women who wanted to have the most and the least children. A group of male and female judges were then asked to describe the pictures. The images of the women who wanted to have more babies were voted to be more feminine.
Still, these studies, although seemingly conclusive, are not the be-all and end-all of matters. More research needs to be done on the subjects, and in the meantime, women can keep their secrets for a little while longer.
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