“Faking It” Fails. Yes, In Bed

That’s rigstop-faking-it-story-500x280ht, the researchers at Waterloo University who studied the “sexual communication” of 84 couples are talking about “faking it” in the sack. Their conclusion? It’s a nice gesture, so to speak, but “on average, both men and women have fairly accurate and unbiased perceptions of their partners’ sexual satisfaction.” Lead author Erin Fallis said the researchers also found that “having good communication about sexual issues helped participants to understand their partners’ sexual satisfaction. However, even if sexual communication was lacking, a person could still be fairly accurate in gauging his or her partner’s sexual satisfaction if he or she was able to read emotions well.” Read more from the University of Waterloo.

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  1. This whole thing is sad. Men are easy to keep under the porch. A man will, as a rule are done soon after things start. When he is done, and she says ‘do it again’ he is now at work. If he does manage this and she says ‘do it again’ he is bringing a knife to a gun fight. A street wise lady that I worked with blurted out that sex is fun for a man but work for a women. She said these words of wisdom to other women with me, a male shadow in the corner, became wiser. If, when the man hears his wife in deep slumber soon afterwards, she is done as well.

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