A new study claims that women who engage in unprotected sex are smarter and happier, thanks to antidepressant properties in sperm.
SUNY Albany researchers claim that certain chemicals in semen are mood-altering: estsrone and oxycotin elevates mood, cortisol promotes affection, serotonin acts as an anti-depressant and melatonin induces sleep, Gawker reports.
Data collected from 293 female students surveyed on campus found women who had oral sex or sex without a condom were more contented then their protected counterparts.
Researchers also found that women with a considerable amount of seminal plasma in their system had improved concentration, and were more successful in completing cognitive tasks.
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