If your female partner struggles to climax during sex, it can be frustrating for both of you. Self-esteem, anxiety, exhaustion and stress are just some of the lifestyle factors that can impact orgasmic fun for women. But before you despair that you're doing something desperately wrong and your sexual prowess is entirely to blame, it turns out that lots of women struggle to come and your female partner is not alone. A recent study published in The Archives of Sexual Behavior found that, of the 52, adults that took part in the study, an impressive 95 per cent of heterosexual men pretty much always climax during sex — compared to just 65 per cent of women.
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How To Make A Girl Orgasm: 25 Crazy Techniques To Make Her Cum Hard
Despite having the only organ in the human body whose sole function is pleasure, people with clitorises can find it notoriously difficult to have an orgasm. Many people pretend to be experts, but in truth, only a selected few crack the code. Depending on the study, the numbers vary, but about 95 percent of heterosexual men have an orgasm during sex. But straight ladies? It ranges between 50 and 70 percent, more often on the lower end. Orgasms offer a host of benefits beyond the rosy glow and bounty of passion—there are perks aplenty for everyone to enjoy. Here are a few of the bonus rewards orgasms bring into your life.
The Secret Every Man Should Know to Make a Woman Orgasm
Struggling to hit the high notes in the bedroom and hoping to reach orgasm at the same time as your other half? Or perhaps you're looking for tips to help your female partner climax when you do? Either way, the fact you're asking this question at all is a good start!
I think most of you will agree that the easy answer is men. Men want to fuck literally all the time. If women were as eager, life would be so much easier for us even if the world had even worse overpopulation issues! The answer, counter-intuitively, is neither. Women are as keen to get laid as men.