Researchers from the University of Massachusetts have established a relationship between the topics that a person raises or willingly supports in social networks, and his sexual situation - satisfaction, activity, etc. questions about your sex life. And they came to interesting conclusions.
The main regularity discovered by American researchers is this: the more a user publishes his own photos (no matter if they are selfies, professional photo shoots or amateur shots), the greater the gap between his sexual needs and what he gets in reality. This is especially true for women - more than 82% of those who like to upload photos with images of themselves, their beloved, either do not have an intimate life at all, or are extremely dissatisfied with it.
Among men, this dependence is observed in more than 60% of cases.
But those who prefer to post beautiful landscapes can only be envied sexually - complete harmony reigns in their personal life, and even if there is no smell of sex there, such people are quite happy with it. Moreover, this trend applies equally to representatives of both sexes.
As for lovers of the notorious cats and other touching pictures, then - quite unexpectedly - these are real sexy sharks! Most often they have a partner who suits them perfectly. And they are not satisfied with the fact that this partner is only one. They want more new sensations, emotions and bodies.
Those who talk in detail and often about the successes and problems of their children experience a certain intimate dissonance: sex as such is not very interesting and attractive for them, but they are sure that it is extremely necessary for health, beauty and, in general, for a favorable psychological self-awareness, therefore try to do it as often as possible.
Fans of reprinting and spreading someone's wise thoughts, and more often psychological research, as a rule, are people who are afraid of any experiments and any changes in their intimate life. They are either single, or they have a partner whom they do not undertake to assess in terms of compatibility. He just is - and that's enough.
But the researchers failed to establish the relationship between sexuality and addiction to conduct stormy political discussions on social networks. Homegrown "political scientists" are among sex terrorists, and among the dissatisfied "blue stockings", and among those who are "always happy with themselves, their dinner and wife." And sex too.