New Zealand Woman's Weekly. Joe Cocker says it's okay to leave your hat on. And other items of clothing are deemed okay during sex too. But no one said ever, 'you can leave your socks on', and with the research we've just learned about we're wondering why not. It was Love Island 's Curtis wearing socks during "adult scenes" with fellow island resident Maura last week that prompted this story. Understandably, the internet collectively gasped when everyone saw he never got round to taking his off. But we've just found out that leaving your socks on during sex can actually increase your chances of having an orgasm. Yes, that's right; you read that correct. A study conducted at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands in used brain scans to find out what effect, if any, wearing socks has on your sexual experience. They found that 50 per cent of participants male and female reached orgasm while not wearing socks, however 80 per cent climaxed when they were wearing a pair.
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Hey, cutie. Just wanted to let you know that this story originally ran in our August issue, so if you like what you see, you should probably snag a hard copy ASAP. To some, this makes me a monster. I mean, I actually own a bunch of matching pairs now, and man, do I love showing off those beauts in bed. In fact, keeping my lil foot condoms on is actually helping to maintain both our sex drives in a way she fails to realize. Think about it: Toes are our outermost extremities, and blood has to travel far to reach them. Oh, and my pinkie toenails like to grow in crooked and, thus, easily snag on loose bed sheets.
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When it comes to hooking up, there's so much information out there that it can be difficult to know what to believe. Some claims have been scientifically proven to be true, while others aren't necessarily false, there just isn't enough data on the subject yet. You may have heard people say that socks help you orgasm , but is this just another popular myth, or is there actual data to back up the claim? I once made fun of a guy for leaving his socks on while we were hooking up. I felt kind of bad about it, especially after he told me seriously that he read an article about how having warm feet makes it easier to reach climax. So it turns out that wearing socks during sex isn't just a weird thing people do for no reason. Some people believe it will help them finish. It's definitely funny seeing someone fully naked with only their feet covered, but it could be worth it if it means you're both more likely to feel satisfied.
Apparently, there's a deep divide when it comes to wearing socks during sex. Some people are hardcore TeamSocks, while others are adamantly against it. There's a few who are in-between for the issue, but generally, this topic is pretty polarizing.