The art of seduction has long been a passion of men’s and women’s lives.
But is there such a thing as a perfect sex act?
And what are the best moves for getting the perfect result?
These are questions that need to be asked when seduction techniques are considered, a research team led by Dr Rajendra Chaturvedi, an associate professor at the University of California, San Diego, has found.
A study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, a peer-reviewed medical journal, examined the sexual behaviour of nearly 50,000 men and women in their late 20s and early 30s.
Researchers collected information about the men’s physical and psychological health, their levels of satisfaction with their sexual activities and their perceptions of their sexual partners.
They then assessed the women’s attitudes towards sex.
For each participant, the researchers measured their attitudes towards each sex act.
In addition, they also recorded their responses to questions on how their partner feels about their seduction.
The results showed that seduction is indeed a skill that can be mastered.
The men who mastered the art of it performed better in various sexual activities, such as vaginal intercourse, anal intercourse and oral sex.
But the women did not have the same skills.
The women who mastered it were more likely to be satisfied with their sex lives.
The more satisfaction they had with their partners, the more likely they were to choose sex with their partner again.
The study was published in the Journal of Sex Research.