February 05, 2018 lil teryan 0 Comments

As pleasurable as orgasm is, in reality, most women don’t get to moan in ecstasy. While nearly all men can climax without difficulty, women simply aren’t built that way. But, how come?

Unfortunately, we do not really know why, as research into the female sexual experience is relatively lacking. Especially if you take into consideration the fact that the G-spot was first “discovered” in the 1950s. However, now, over 50 years Virginia Johnson and William Masters have some new information about female orgasms. Their new extensive survey has finally revealed the secret how to get a woman to orgasm.

A new study published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior investigated data accumulated via an online poll on the NBC News website. The survey was answered by 52,000 people ranging from 18 to 65, all of whom maintained a monogamous relationship.

Contrary to popular opinion, the study found out that vaginal sex isn’t enough for a woman to reach the highest peak of pleasure. Instead, if you really want to make her scream, you’re going to need to have a passionate make-out session, accompanied by genital stimulation and oral sex.

The study co-author Elisabeth Lloyd, a professor of biology at Indiana University says that vaginal intercourse actually isn’t included at all.

Apparently, about 30 % of men believe that intercourse is the best way for women to reach an orgasm, which is quite tragic as it couldn’t be farther from the truth, according to her. There really needs to be some kind of education on this.

Nevertheless, even if you use this three rules, it doesn’t necessarily mean a woman will have an orgasm. Sadly, women aren’t as simple as men are.

The research revealed that 95 % of heterosexual men said they usually or always reach an orgasm during sex, while only 65 % of heterosexual women reported the same. When it comes to LGBTQ+ couples, the study showed 89 % of gay men usually have an orgasm, 88 % of bisexual men 86 % of lesbian women, and 66 % of bisexual women.

Therefore, it doesn’t matter what you do or don’t do during sex, whether you play music, say “I love you”, or change position. Guys will climax almost always, while women have fewer chances.

In any case, the best solution would be to find out what works through communicating with your partner. Lead author David Frederick from Chapman University says this will give you the biggest chances.

“Women really are tremendously variable in how readily they orgasm and what makes one woman orgasm can be quite different than what makes another woman orgasm. Explicit and direct communication with one’s partner is key.”

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