Partner wealth predicts self-reported orgasm frequency in a sample of Chinese women

@inproceedings{Pollet2009PartnerWP,
  title={Partner wealth predicts self-reported orgasm frequency in a sample of Chinese women},
  author={Thomas V. Pollet and Daniel Nettle},
  year={2009}
}
There has been considerable speculation about the adaptive significance of the human female orgasm, with one hypothesis being that it promotes differential affiliation or conception with high-quality males. We investigated the relationship between women's self-reported orgasm frequency and the characteristics of their partners in a large representative sample from the Chinese Health and Family Life Survey. We found that women report more frequent orgasms the higher their partner's income is… CONTINUE READING

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