This is great, but who the hell is funding these studies?

We're not saying studies like these aren't important. This is shit we need to know. 

But what we're asking is who the hell ends up getting jobs like these? When we ask our friends how their day was, just about none of them respond, "Just another long day of measuring vaginas and asking ladies how they cum. You know, same old."

All too often, the issue of whether or not a woman gets those groin fireworks with a man comes down to the size of said gentleman's unit. But researchers have revealed that it could actually be the shape of a woman's vagina that determines whether or not she can climax. 

Thank god! The pressure is finally off. Men aren't responsible for anything. 

The study, which was conducted by experts at Indiana University, found that a woman with a clitoris that's positioned with 2.5cm (1 inch) or less from their urinary tract will find it easier to orgasm through penetrative sex.

This is because the close proximity to the urinary tract allows a woman to enjoy sufficient satisfactory friction around her clitoris, which enables her to climax during sex.

But, if a woman's clitoris is positioned 3cm (1.2 inches) or more away from her urinary tract, it's unlikely she will be able to achieve an orgasm through penetration.

So whip out those rulers, and if things are a little farther away than you'd hoped, head over to Amazon and find a special friend to help make the magic happen. 

Speaking of the findings, Elisabeth Lloyd, from the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction at Indiana University-Bloomington, advised woman became more familiar with their bodies. She continued that knowing your clitoris location should be able help you understand what works better for you and your partner during sexual intercourse.

“Women can do this measurement themselves or with their partner, to help explain their own sexual experience,” she told MedicalXpress.

“We’ve learned in our research there are so many women who do not have orgasm with intercourse on a regular basis,” she added. “To put this banner of healthiness as having orgasm with intercourse kind of stacks the deck against these women who, because of their anatomy, cannot have orgasm with intercourse.”

So we're all for knowing your body and the best way to play red rocket, but the thought of someone spending all day with a tiny measuring tape and a clipboard is just silly …