Ins and Outs of Orgasm

The female orgasm has often been described as elusive,
but researchers say they might have discovered how to
boost the chances of eliciting the OMG I’m coming moment

A combination of genital stimulation, deep kissing and oral
sex is the “golden trio” for women when it comes to increasing
their likelihood of reaching orgasm with a sexual partner.

There are “orgasm gaps” – not just between the sexes, but
also between individuals with different sexual orientations.

While 95% of heterosexual men reported that they usually
or always orgasmed during sexually intimate moments, just
65% of heterosexual women did. By contrast, the figure was
89% for gay men, 86% for lesbian women, 88% for bisexual
men and 66% for bisexual women.

The orgasm gaps between men and heterosexual women are well known.
But the gaps between lesbian women and heterosexual women were more
speculative or based on small samples of lesbian women.

The large disparities seen for women of different sexualities,
could at least in part be down to other women being more likely
to take turns at inducing orgasms, and having a better understanding
than men that female orgasms are not primarily associated with vaginal sex.

About 30% of men think that intercourse is the best way for
women to have orgasm. That’s sort of a tragic figure because
it couldn’t be more incorrect.

Only 35% of heterosexual women always or usually orgasm during
vaginal sex alone, with 44% saying they rarely or never did.

By contrast, 80% of heterosexual women and 91% of lesbians
always or usually orgasm with a combination of genital
stimulation, deep kissing and oral sex but without vaginal sex.

Whether it is playing music, changing sexual positions
or saying “I love you”, very little appears to affect
the probability that a man will orgasm.

By contrast, women who said that they had done these
things during their last sexual encounter were about
20% more likely to orgasm “usually” or “always”.

Shuddering Orgasm powered by YouPorn.

There are other possibilities, including that women may
take longer to become aroused than men, or that men
desire orgasm more frequently than women.

Another question worth investigating is what percentage
of women are happy with the frequency with which they orgasm.

41% of heterosexual men reported that their partner always
reached orgasm, only 33% of heterosexual women said that they did.

Part of this difference in perception could be due to women
faking orgasms, which research has suggested women will do
for a variety of reasons, including out of love for their
partner, to protect their partner’s self-esteem, intoxication,
or to bring the sexual encounter to an end,

Female Orgasm from Anna Travolta on Vimeo.

Tease & Denial

This describes a situation where a person’s
genitals are stimulated until he or she is
close to the point at which orgasm would
normally be inevitable.

At that point, direct stimulation of the
genitals is reduced or stopped, so as to
keep the recipient on the very brink or
“edge” of orgasm (as with orgasm control)
but without the promise of orgasm at the end.

Such a Teaser from REDstudio on Vimeo.

Posted by on April 16, 2018 in Better Porn

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