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J. Steele

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It’s the season of blankets and horror movies with cold weather upon us.

According to an intimacy coach, if you watch a horror movie, it’ll increase your chances of having sex.

She says there’s a study where some women watched men walk across a rickety bridge and some men walk across a sturdier bridge. Turns out the women were far more attracted to the men who took the more dangerous walk.

So there’s something called a misattribution of arousal where we connect fear and sex.

Quote, “When we’re watching horror movies, we have a state of fear and anxiety, and it makes us have stronger feelings of sexual attraction.”

So, the point is, put on a horror flick and cuddle nice and tight and you’ll end up making love in the middle of the movie or immediately after! BRB, trying this…