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According to the research conducted by Tim Spector from the Twin Research Department at King's College London, more emotionally intelligent women experience more orgasms during [[sexual intercourse than women with an average index of EI.[1]


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  1. includeonly>"Women With Greater Emotional Intelligence Enjoy Sex More", InfoNIAC.com. Retrieved on 2009-05-15.

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