Sex is an important part of most relationships which makes it a very popular subject for studies and research. Couples either want to know how to work more sex into their bedrooms, or maintain what they have going. It’s the basis of every magazine article about how to spice up your marriage.
A new study from Oakland University may have found one simple thing women can do to help keep the flames burning at home, as it was determined that women with a lot of men in their life have more sex. I like where this is going.
It’s not that these women are having sex with male coworkers and friends behind their boyfriend or husband’s back. The way the study puts it, seeing their significant other around all these potential partners makes men sexually excited because of a concept researches have named “sperm competition.”
This sounds a lot like how my understanding of how cucking works.
Rather than getting sexually excited from seeing their partners have actual sex with other men, sperm competition is where men find their wives or girlfriends more attractive when they see them receiving attention from other men. This is supposedly based on a biological desire to fight off other men by having a lot of sex.
Researchers identified this completion by studying 393 men in committed relationships of an average of about 3 years. The significant others of some of these men were recognized as having a number of male friends. These “sex rivals” were found to get men sexually interested in their partners as it was directly observed that spouses who a number of male friends were rated as more sexually desirable than women who did not.
This is pretty easy to see in regular social interactions.
My best friend and his wife are known to flirt with other people purely to make each other aroused. As it was put by these researchers, this is because it’s in our nature to seek out reminders that our partners are sexually desirable to others. The trick is to find the right balance between trust and jealously that results in a healthy sex life.