Now I don't know much about keeping kids in school (other than using bigger fences), but it seems like publicizing the results of this study might work.
This was an Australian survey so I don't know if there's been any statistical adjustment for being down under (so to speak). And they used a phone survey with researchers from Sussex University (home of the Crumpet Wagglers) in England and the Universities of Sydney (Foster's Chuggers) and Melbourne (Fightin' Platypi) in Australia.
Now aside from the ancillary benefit of letting researchers ring up unsuspecting folks and subject them to the questions contained in the "Sexual Practices at Last Heterosexual Encounter and Occurrence of Orgasm in a National Survey" survey, there were some interesting findings:
- Men experienced an orgasm during their last sexual encounter 98.4% of the time (that seems low)
- Women experienced an orgasm during their last sexual encounter 68.9% of the time (why didn't they just round up to 69% and have a good snicker)
- 14.2% of respondents experienced an orgasm during the actual survey
Okay, I made that last one up.
It is expected, however, that as a result of the survey, all three schools will have a swelling in their graduate degree programs.
The study also found women were more likely to reach orgasm if they used sex toys or had sex more than twice a week. Well, duh. If you have sex twice a week, you've increased your chance to have an orgasm 100% more than if you had sex just once a week. Despite what you read in Penthouse, there's not a lot of accidental orgasming going on amongst women. That's the fact, Jack regardless of how educated you are. I'm not even going to touch the sex toys, because I don't know where they've been.
I always knew there was a reason I liked smart girls. Now get out there and start studying, ladies.