“National Orgasm Day” isn’t until July 31st, but we’re (prematurely) getting ready. Recent studies have shown that there is an “orgasm gap” between men and women. Which means men have more orgasms than we do. What do women want? As many orgasms as the men we are having sex with have. It’s only fair.
Studies have also shown that when it comes to women having sex with other women, there is no orgasm gap. So apparently, ladies know how to massage each other’s lady business a bit better than men do. And a recent British study said that 44% of women felt “unsatisfied” with their sex lives, so that means its probably an international thing. So what’s a straight woman to do?
Demand “orgasm equality” from your man. Of course, do it in a nice way that won’t put his lights out. Like don’t carry a “I’m entitled to more orgasms” sign into the bedroom.
Here are three things that will help.
1.) Tell him to slow down. If he doesn’t stick it in by the first two minutes, his testicles aren’t going to explode.
2.) If he continues to be an “early finisher”, make him go down on you first. Tell him “ladies first” as you practice “feminism in the bedroom.”
3.) It’s all about the clitoris. If he doesn’t rub it, an orgasm is not going to magically happen. If he can’t find it, show him where the damn thing is. SomeM men watch so much porn, yet have no idea where the clitoris is! Ask him to rub it, lick it, use a sex toy on that “girl in the pink boat” and you will never have to fake an orgasm again.
Here are some “orgasm stats” from the SKYN Condoms 2018 Millennial Sex Survey:
Men reach orgasm more often than women during sex.
- 98% of males report typically having an orgasm during sex compared to 89% of females.
- When it comes to multiple orgasms, 42% of women report having two or more orgasms during a single session and 40% of men.
- 28% of males have two orgasms during a single session and 26% of females have two orgasms per single session.
Although more women rarely to never fake orgasms, more women are likely to be fakers than men.
- 63% of females report having faked an orgasm compared to 43% of males.
- Only 12% of females report faking orgasm “always” or “most of the time.”
People in casual relationships are faking orgasms more often than those in committed relationships/married.
- Only 29% of those dating several people say they ‘never’ fake an orgasm, compared to 50% of those in committed relationships or married.
- Orgasm graphic from Wikipedia commons.