SEX FO­RUM Women need more from one-night nookie!

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WOMEN are look­ing for QUAL­ITY not QUAN­TITY in the sack, ac­cord­ing to a new study.

New re­search has re­vealed that the fairer sex are far more likely to have re­grets af­ter a one-night stand than blokes.

The re­sults showed that while both sexes com­monly ex­pe­ri­ence neg­a­tive feel­ings af­ter a ca­sual shag, women were more likely to feel sad whereas men felt just ir­ri­ta­ble.

The study, which was pub­lished in the Jour­nal of Evo­lu­tion­ary Be­havioural Sci­ences, quizzed men and women un­der 30 on their sex­ual his­tory.

It found that a huge ma­jor­ity (90 per cent) of ladies were left feel­ing needy and tear­ful af­ter romp­ing with a stranger be­cause fe­males have a stronger de­sire to form nur­tur­ing re­la­tion­ships.

How­ever, 80 per cent of blokes who took part de­scribed feel­ing ir­ri­tated and said they were con­cerned about mak­ing their es­cape.

A spokesper­son said: “Men on av­er­age wanted to leave to a greater de­gree than be in­ti­mate af­ter sex, whereas women gain from hav­ing qual­ity rather than quan­tity – they want the man to stay, to a greater ex­tent.”

The re­sults also found that women ex­pe­ri­enced these neg­a­tive feel­ings more in­tensely than the op­po­site sex, and more fre­quently.

Some of the feel­ings the par­tic­i­pants re­ported hav­ing felt were worth­less­ness, re­jec­tion, shame, guilt and pity.

We asked Mid­week Sport babe Mandy Wat­son what she thought about the re­search and whether she’s ever had any ca­sual flings.

The 24-year-old stunna, from Wis­bech, Cambs, said: “I am not into one-night stands as I would much rather have sex with some­one I know and have real feel­ings for.

“That’s not to say I’ve never done it, but I have def­i­nitely been left feel­ing quite low af­ter­wards.

“I can to­tally see why so many women in the study felt like cry­ing or said they felt worth­less.

“The sex is way bet­ter when you know the per­son any­way, com­pared to just hav­ing a quickie with a com­plete stranger.”

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