They do respect her, but…they love to watch her strut. - Her Strut by Bob Seger
The lyrics of that song have been running through my mind ever since I spotted an article about the connection between the way a womanwalks and how good she is in bed on the Daily Mail website.
According to the article, Belgian researchers watched videos of women walking, and were able to tell whether they regularly had orgasms from intercourse.
No, I'm not kidding.
The researchers think that, as well as having an effect on people's mental health, orgasms can 'loosen' certain muscle groups.
I want to call hogwash on their research and say that they're full of the same, but do they have a legitimate point.
Let's face it, there are some women who make music when they walk. For dramatic emphasis, watch Joan Holloway strut through the office of Sterling Draper Cooper Pryce on "Mad Men."
For a vintage version you can watch Marilyn Monroe as Sugar Kowalczyk in "Some Like It Hot" walk up to a train for departure. Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis are mesmerized by her strut. To which Jack Lemmon exclaims, "will you look at that! Look how she moves! It's like Jell-O on springs. Must have some sort of built-in motor or something. I tell you, it's a whole different sex!"
There's definitely something to the way a confident woman walks, but does it reveal how good she is in bed? Or is it just wishful thinking? Let us know in the comments below.