The discovery of the century: best lovers are men who wash the dishes
Modern science often finds a completely non-obvious patterns in simple and straightforward things. One of the latest discoveries was the dependence of the sexual qualities of men from his relationship to... the dirty dishes. Scientists from the U.S. determined that the best lovers are the guys who willingly wash the dishes and pans.
The authors of this wonderful open three American sociologist: Daniel L. Carlson from the Institute of Utah, Amanda Miller of the University of Indianapolis and Sharon Sassler from Cornell University. You might think that we are talking about some kind of joke or a simple street survey, but in fact the work was enormous.
To determine the dependence of sexuality from thrift, research was carried out between 1992 and 1994 and in 2006. All researchers interviewed 11 of thousands of Americans from different States and social groups. People have asked what matters in the relationship — good sex, loyalty, distribution of domestic responsibilities in a pair?
Having received a variety of responses from men and women, the researchers unexpectedly determined that sexuality and domesticity in men, somehow closely related. Couples in which the household duties are divided equally honest, more satisfied with their sexual life than those where all the chores shouldered by women.
"The icing on the cake", you can set sociologists call a fact which suggests that more sex and less swear those couples in which the man likes to wash the dishes and do the grocery shopping for the whole family.
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