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By | November 27, 2008

Sex therapists may have to reconsider their idealistic attitude towards foreplay because new research has found that it has little and perhaps even no significance when relating to the chances of having an orgasm.

The research carried out by Charles University, Prague on 2,300 women and reported in the Journal of Sexual medicine and studied the link between frequency of orgasm in women, foreplay and intercourse data.

Professor Stuart Brody from the University of West Scotland was reported as saying, “In contrast to the assumptions of many sex therapists and educators, more attention should be given to improve the quality and duration of intercourse rather than foreplay”.

Now what would Sting think to all this? He loves his Tantric sex which goes on and on and…

Personally I think it all depends on the situation, there are many factors to take in to account. Some days you feel tired and don’t indulge so much in foreplay, just getting down to the essentials and you can have great sex.

Remember also that the brain is the largest sexual organ and your state of mind and attractiveness of your partner to you plays a huge part in your sexual encounter.

But the thing which struck me the most was that the research was carried out in Prague the up and coming porn capital of Europe. πŸ˜‰