It’s true: 4 scientific ways video games make you better at sex 1.2 billion people regularly play video games. The earth is also rapidly becoming overpopulated. Coincidence? Maybe not.

No matter how many pounds you can press or miles you can run, you will never be able to compete with a gamer in the sack. Video games train more of your senses, faster, and in just the right ways to please the opposite sex. Think I’m being facetious? Read on.

Gamers last longer

Gamers perform. Girls are starting to pick up on it.

A study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine reveals that a positive relationship exists between gaming and traits that are beneficial in the bedroom. The study, headed by Dr. Andrea Sansone of the University of Rome, asked nearly 400 gamers about their sexual function. They found that gamers have unlocked some real-life perks: enhanced stamina and resistance to premature ejaculation.

Gamers have better hand-eye coordination

Playing these next-gen games require complex button mashing while keeping your eyes glued to the screen. Also, most controllers come with ten or more buttons nowadays. In order to play the game correctly, you have to be able to manipulate those buttons in sequence. In order to get your girl hot, there’s certain complex sequences of stimulation you’ll need to provide her.

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand the in-bed applications for these skills. You’ll be precise at getting your hands to those sensitive areas of her body. No meathead in the gym will be able to fondle his lover as well as a video game nerd.

Gamers have patience

If you’ve ever played a role playing game, then you know just how long and involved they can be. They take a lot of time and effort to get through. Video games in general require a lot of patience and thorough exploration to conquer. Similarly, women appreciate a lot of patience when you explore them. And it’s always better to be thorough. Nothing can prepare you for the patience needed to deal with a girl in the bedroom better than video games. Except, of course, for a Charles Dickens novel.

“Do me like you do your video games.”

Gamers understand audio-visual signs

Video games are a whirlwind of colors, sounds and rumbles (with the vibrating controllers). With the exception of taste and smell, all of your senses are being stimulated at some level. These stimuli tell you what you need to do next in the game and train you to pay attention to every little clue.

This also helps you out in the bedroom, since it’s up to you to read her signs. Her goose bumps, for example, let you know you’ve given her the chills. A shaking leg or vibrating torso can be an indicator of an orgasm. Moans, screams, scratches and biting all have their very own meanings. It’s up to you to decipher those meanings in order to satisfy her, just as it’s up to you to make sense of the stimuli in a video game to progress through the levels.

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  1. I’ve only had sex once in my life (with an escort) and it was pretty miserable, could barely even keep myself hard, had to just stare at her face while she rode me to cum. Porn has ruined me.

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