New Study Finds Eating Pu$$y May Cure Cancer

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Many say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. We beg to differ.

Psychologists have delved deep into the art of cunnilingus to decipher its true evolutionary purpose.

The authors of a recent submission to the Evolutionary Psychology journal claim cunnilingus satisfies a variety of natural urges, has many health benefits including – the possibility of fighting cancer. Now when you go down both your ladylove and your doctor will be happy.

Their studies originally sought to explore the hypothesis that “when men ejaculate during penile-vaginal intercourse during which their partner experiences a cunnilingus-assisted orgasm, ejaculation is likely to occur during the period in which female orgasm functions to retain sperm”.

That is, women are more likely to retain sperm released after a cunnilingus-assisted orgasm, rewarding their partners with an increased chance of pregnancy.





The team found this not to be the case; instead they say cunnilingus is likely performed to increase relationship satisfaction and to encourage subsequent copulations.

The studies have also suggested men may be performing the behaviour in order to ward their partners from infidelity. In the clinical language of the report “those at greater risk of sperm competition are more likely to perform cunnilingus until their partner achieves orgasm.”

Researchers at the State University of New York—who are doing God’s work—found that going down on your girl also encourages the production of hormones like oxytocin and DHEA, which can provide protection from cancer and heart disease.

This is not the first study to realise sexual pleasure has far-reaching biological benefits. It appears the authors of this study wish to ensure that whatever the benefit, cunnilingus-assisted orgasm should not be hard to come by.





Another awesome benefit of giving your little lady more licks than it takes to get the center of a tootsie pop, is that it can alleviate headaches and promote sleep.

Givers share in this amazing host of benefits as well, potentially experiencing what scientists call the “Helper’s High.”

Cunnilingus promotes release of the 'love hormone,' oxytocin, in addition to endorphins. Click To Tweet

Crazy, to think that all these years we’ve been reaching for the wrong medicine cabinet.

H/T: Maxim




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