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Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. One study found that money bought more sexual partners, but it didn't necessarily buy more sex. If you're thinking that the benefits of a hefty bank account could help turn up the heat in the bedroom, you're at least partly right. Money might not buy love, but it can allow for a sizzling sex life.
The security of extreme wealth can provide a sense of stability that many people, particularly female millionaires, find empowering. And expensive toys like private jets and trips to exotic locales certainly don't hurt, either. Hooking up with the rich may even improve the quality of sex, at least for women. In a study PDF , researchers at Newcastle University found that as male partners' income increased, so did the frequency of women's orgasms. Ian Kerner.
Political differences and the bedroom. Could money act as an aphrodisiac? Or, as the study's authors suggest, perhaps wealth-inspired orgasms are the result of evolution, helping women discriminate between men to find those that have the best provider potential. However, a partner who can provide more resources and more orgasms may not necessarily be the best long-term bet, because wealth changes people, and not always for the better.
According to social psychologist Justin Lehmiller , "Wealthier people engage in more dishonest and unethical behavior, and these traits may follow them into the bedroom. In fact, research has found that power and wealth are linked to a higher likelihood of infidelity. In one study , researchers at Dartmouth College and the University of Warwick, England, measured levels of happiness in 16, men and women. They found that the more sex people had, the happier they were, regardless of their age or whether they were male or female.
And while money was found to buy more sexual partners, it didn't necessarily buy more sex. In fact, men who paid for sex were considerably less happy than those who didn't, which makes sense. According to Lehmiller, "You can buy all of the sex you want, but at the end of the day, most of us want and need more than a few moments of physical contact.