Sensitive girls ‘have better sex’
Women who are in touch with their feelings have more fun in bed, research suggests.
A study of 2,035 female twins showed those with greater emotional intelligence had more and better orgasms.
Emotional intelligence (EI) is the ability to monitor and manage feelings and emotions in oneself and others.
The findings suggest that having low EI puts woman at risk of female orgasmic disorder, one of the most common sexual problems suffered by women. Up to 30 per cent of women find it difficult or impossible to climax.
Prof Tim Spector, director of the Twin Research Department at King’s College London and co-author of the study, said: “This study will help enormously in the development of behavioural and cognitive therapies to improve women’s sex lives.”