According to studies, there is a higher chance of orgasm for women if their feet have socks on while engaging in sex.
A study done by Dutch researcher, Gert Holstege M.D. Ph.D, shows that socks promote warmth and comfort, feelings related with calming a woman’s amygdala and prefrontal cortex — the part of the brain responsible for anxiety, fear and danger signals.
Before the participants were given their socks, only 50% of them admitted to having an orgasm. After being given some socks, 80% reported reaching an orgasm.
It’s important for feelings of anxiety, fear and danger to be suppressed for women to reach orgasm, because that’s when they fully, truly let go.
Also, when a woman wears socks, she’s unconsciously blocking out all those feelings of insecurity and fear that comes with reaching orgasm.
It all makes sense, if you think about it.
After all, nothing is sexier than a woman in nothing but a pair of socks.