Women with bee-stung lips are more attracted to men and are more likely to achieve higher sexual enjoyment than those with flat lips, according to a new study.
The study found women with a prominent and pointy tubercle - the middle part of the top lip that points upwards, also known as
the “cupid’s bow” - are up to 12 times more likely to hit the heights during sex than those with flat lips, reports the Sun.
The University of the West of Scotland studied 250 women’s lips and orgasm habits. One potential explanation for the findings is that lip shape is linked with development in the womb. The same factors may affect sensitivity in other parts of the body.