Male scientist confirms what women have been telling men all along

This just in, from the land of laboratories: Women want more clitoral stimulation during sex, new research finds.

You don’t say!

This “no s - - t, Sherlock” study was conducted by the brilliant minds at the Indiana University School of Public Health.

There, scientists surveyed over 1,000 adult women, and “discovered” that 73 percent of them need or prefer direct clitoral stimulation during intercourse to achieve orgasm.

These groundbreaking findings were published in the Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy.

Asked to rank their favorite ways to receive stimulation to the sensitive spot, nearly 64 percent of women said they enjoyed an up-and-down touching motion, while 52 percent enjoyed circular motions.

“The study results challenge the mistaken but common notion that there are universal ‘sex moves that work’ for everyone,” Brian Dodge, the IU public health researcher who conducted the study — also, a man — told Newsweek.

Presumably, the other four scientists on Dodge’s team — all women — were too busy shouting “Told you so!” to give comment at the time.

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