An international group of scientists led by Hitam Daud of the University of Chicago, USA, it was found that the frequency and strength of orgasm in women is inherited.
The results of their unique research was published in the journal Twin Research.
Researchers interviewed more than 3 thousand pairs of female twins from the Australian Twin Registry. Respondents had to answer how often they reach orgasm, a) masturbating, 2) having ordinary sex with a partner, 3) using other methods in sex (oral, anal, group).
At the same time, among the respondents were both identical twins and non-identical twins.
Based on the data obtained in the survey, scientists concluded that in 51% of cases “success” in Masturbation depends on genes. At the same time, genetic characteristics are also important in other methods of achieving sexual satisfaction.
In traditional sex genes play a role in 31% of cases, in non-traditional-in 37%.
While scientists find it difficult to give a clear interpretation of the data. But research in this direction will be continued.
At the same time, Dr. Gemma O’brien from the University of New England in Armidale generally notes that it is too early to talk about the direct influence of genes on the ability to achieve orgasm. Thus, they can affect reproductive functions, the development of the hormonal system, the nervous system and the brain. And each of these systems, in turn, can influence the sexual temperament of a woman.
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