SEX FO­RUM Women who talk proper are bet­ter at sex… Ear, ear!

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WOMEN with sexy voices are more at­trac­tive than those with an an­noy­ing tone, ac­cord­ing to top bonk boffins.

The sex­perts have found a di­rect link be­tween ap­peal­ing au­ral skills and an at­trac­tive face, prov­ing that beauty re­ally is in the EAR of the be­holder.

So says Markus Kop­pen­steiner, an an­thro­pol­o­gist at Vi­enna Uni­ver­sity, Aus­tria, who’s writ­ten a study about it.

He said: “Peo­ple can make quite re­li­able guesses about women’s fa­cial at­trac­tive­ness on the ba­sis of their voices.

“At­trac­tive voices may cre­ate an idea about what a woman will look like.

“It would also ex­plain why women who have made it on ra­dio also have an at­trac­tive face.”

One Brit babe widely thought to have the sauci­est voice in the UK is Scots honey Kirsty Young, who presents Ra­dio Four’s Desert Is­land Discs.

For the study, Kop­pen­steiner pho­tographed the faces of 43 women be­fore mea­sur­ing their body sym­me­try and record­ing their voices.

One group of men then eval­u­ated their looks, while a sec­ond group ranked their voices.

Those women who scored highly for look­ing fit also scored highly for the husk­i­ness of what came out of their mouths!

Pre­vi­ous re­search has also showed how women pay close at­ten­tion to a man’s voice be­fore de­cid­ing whether or not to bonk them, with ladies pre­fer­ring a deeper pitch – be­cause they as­so­ciate it with larger mus­cles.

Hot blonde model Kim Harper, 24, cer­tainly agrees.

The 32D lovely, from Swansea, told us: “Voices can def­i­nitely be sexy, there’s no doubt about it.

“I was re­cently in a club when I no­ticed a re­ally hunky guy look­ing at me.

“We made eye con­tact, my knees went a bit weak, and when I walked to the bar he fol­lowed me.

“I could see him com­ing over and I was giddy with ex­cite­ment. But when he opened his mouth I must have had a look of hor­ror on my face – be­cause he sounded like that squeaky-voiced co­me­dian Joe Pasquale – like a lit­tle high-pitched ham­ster!

“He was ab­so­lutely gor­geous, but I just couldn’t take him se­ri­ously be­cause of the noises com­ing out of his mouth. I think I even laughed at one point, which isn’t very nice, but I couldn’t help my­self.

“Did I take him home? No!”

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