'Love-making' move all men should use to boost their partner's pleasure


'Love-making' move all men should use to boost their partner's pleasure.

There's a lot written about sex. How to have good sex, how to never have bad sex ever again, how to have sex in general etc. You get the picture.

Sex obviously matters.

The latest sex survey to doing the rounds focuses on one specific and surprising component.

But first, a question. If you knew you could boost your partner's enjoyment by 30 per cent, wouldn't you want to know, well, how?

Because apparently there is one move of sorts which can make a whole lot of difference, but 53 per cent of men are shunning - much to the chagrin of their partners .

Hug it out

Don't worry, said move is not some long-forgotten and time-consuming act of contortion found in a dusty copy of the Karma Sutra.

It's as straightforward as this.

A post-coital cuddle boosts women's sexual enjoyment by 30 per cent.

According to research from the Sex Information and Education Council of Canada and Trojan condoms reported in the Sun , cuddling "is as important to a woman's pleasure as foreplay."

But 53 per cent of men ditch the hugs and, er, beat a hasty retreat instead. Nice.

Robin Milhausen, PhD, who authored the study declared it the "easiest" way to improve your relationship.

The study's author Robin Milhausen, PhD, said that snuggling is the “easiest” way to improve your relationship.

"It's a really important, but often missed, opportunity for connection."

But men aren't immune to hugs either.

The survey's findings also stated how a cuddle after sex made men feel better too, while increasing the chances of their being a repeat encounter.