How A Woman Walks Can Reveal Her Sexual History

Another landmark victory for science. 
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Another landmark victory for science. 
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Ladies, do you notice a little spring in your step lately? Looks like there's a perfectly natural (and awesome) reason why. In a recent study, Belgian sexologists concluded that by simply observing a woman's walk you can determine her orgasmic history. Science for the win once again

At the Universiti Catholique de Louvain, Institut d'itudes de la Famille et de la Sexualiti, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, researchers watched videos of women walking from afar, and were able to tell whether they regularly had orgasms from intercourse (not clitoral, sorry dudes). They wrote: 

"Clitoral orgasm history was unrelated to both ratings and to vaginal orgasm history. Exploratory analysis suggest that greater pelvic and vertebral rotation and stride length might be characteristic of the gait of women who have experienced vaginal orgasm."

They also wrote:

"The discerning observer may infer women's experience of vaginal orgasm from a gait that comprises fluidity, energy, sensuality, freedom, and absence of both flaccid and locked muscles."

For the layman (as opposed to the laid man), the walk of a woman who has had orgasms, but not from intercourse with a man, is visibly different. Women who have vaginal orgasms from intercourse have a more fluid, energized walk as these types of orgasms can loosen certain muscle groups across the body. This allows a woman to walk more effortlessly, freely and sensually. And that is neat. 

While we would never claim to be scientists of any form, we do like to practice what we preach here at Maxim. So, to test this theory, we took to the Internet to conduct a little experiment of our own. Our guestimations are as follows:

On a scale from 1 to a lot of vaginal orgasms, we may need a little help in this situation:

That's better...

We just generally wish all women walked like this:

I mean...

...

Yeah, you get the picture. 

In conclusion, thank you science. 

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