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