It is well known in the sex research arena that the more educated a woman is the more often she will receive oral sex.
I have always wondered if this is true for salary as well. For example, if your salary goes up by $50,000, how much more likely are you to receive oral sex?
I cannot find research to support that women who earn more receive more oral sex, which is why I am conducting my own research on this week's poll.
But I have a hunch, based on a string of research that I have cobbled together:
So, it goes to reason that women who make a lot of money receive more oral sex than women who do not make a lot of money.
Whenever I mention the fact that I have an editor for my blog, people ask why. Today is a good example: You cannot be a CEO writing about how much oral sex your own demographic receives without having someone take a look at the post to see if it's okay to run.
And, for those of you who doubt the usefulness of my editor, here is his input on the topic:
“Let’s assume that men give oral sex only because women ask for it. That’s probably 95% true. Then who asks for it? Women who consider themselves at least equally deserving of that sort of consideration -the women who are going to be better earners because they are educated enough to know that they deserve it (both the income and the oral.) So I think they are coincidental, not causal. A woman who earns more has the self-confidence (and the self-worth, boosted by external factors like earning ability, education, etc.) to ask for oral.”
I'm hoping that his comment is the first in a string of insightful comments on the causal or not causal relationship between salary and sex.