Are you faking it in the bedroom?
If so, you are much more likely to cheat on your partner, a study claims.
According to a new study, published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior, women who regularly fake orgasms were less faithful.
The survey studied 138 women and 121 men in heterosexual relationships and asked them about climaxing and cheating.
While the intensity and frequency of female orgasms had little bearing on whether women had cheated before or were likely to cheat in the future.
But there was a definite link between the number of times a woman faked her climax and how likely she was to cheat.
The more orgasms a woman had faked, the more likely she was to have done the dirty in the past and the more likely she was to cheat again in the future.
Sex expert Dr. Tammy Nelson revealed that more women have faked it than not – with a staggering 80 percent admitting doing it.
Previous studies have shown that women who fake it feel unsatisfied by sex with their partners, or unable to communicate what they want in the sack – which may explain the need to find pleasure elsewhere.
Dr. Nelson said most women will not climax from penetrative sex alone.
She said: “Most women need direct clitoral stimulation for anywhere from seven to 45 minutes, and unless she gives you hints like sighs and moans, you won’t know if you’re even in the ballpark.”
Experts recently revealed lesbians are more likely to orgasm thanks to a “golden trio” of moves.
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