If A Woman Fakes "It" In The Bedroom, She May Be More Likely To Cheat On You

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Unlike male ejaculation—which typically happens anytime a guy sees something even remotely sexy—the female orgasm is constantly a confusing son of a bitch, leading us to study up on it as much as humanly possible.

From trying to give your lady a 60-second orgasm to the three, go-to moves every man should use to get his lady to get the BIG O, there's almost no clear cut way to always get her off.

Unfortunately, because women do fake orgasms—shocking, right?—we're getting more research on what that might mean. Here's a hint: according to new research, it's not good.

That's because, from a study published in the US National Library of Medicine, women who fake orgasms are more likely to cheat, per DailyMail

Authors of the Human Female Orgasm As Evolved Signal study wrote: 'Faked orgasm was associated with female sexual infidelity and lower male relationship satisfaction.'

The info comes from a survey of 259 college students involved in heterosexual relationships (138 female, 121 male), with women asked to describe how intense and frequent their orgasms were, while men were asked how often they thought their ladies actually OG'd. All participants were asked if they have ever cheated on their partner and, sadly, how likely they might be to cheat in the future.

There is a bit of good news for those who can't get their lady off, though. While women who faked orgasms are linked to cheating, those who didn't fake it—but also didn't get off—weren't as likely to cheat.

So, yeah, just because the two of you have quiet sex for about 20 seconds, she feels you cum and then just rolls over and falls asleep, doesn't mean she's more likely to go out and fool around. But, those ladies who feel it necessary to act, well, be cautious of them.

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