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Study Reveals Key To Female Orgasm During Sex

Just a little disclaimer: We’re about to dive deep into some real talk about sex so if you don’t feel like reading about things like orgasms, climaxing and ejaculation, then exit the page now!

Okay excuse our frankness but let’s just be honest here. Guys tend to reach orgasm WAY more often than females. Plain and simple.

And yes while we get that this has something to do with the fact that male ejaculation is a necessity for reproduction, it’s also one of the many unfair advantages men seem to have that us gals really want to change.

And well, thankfully there’s people like this group of researchers over at the Indiana University and Chapman University who have put a massive study behind the subject and have come up with a way for women to hit that peak EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.

That’s right ladies, you’re going to want to go over this article with your partner in detail before you hit the sack next time!

Scientific study reveals the key to reaching female orgasm during sex

So basically this group of researchers surveyed over 52,000 people, including a range of straight, gay, lesbian, and bisexual mean and women between the ages of 18 and 65, and what they found was simultaneously shocking and yet unsurprising at the same time.

The study, published in the Archives of Sexual Behaviour found that 95 percent of heterosexual men reported that they would orgasm during sexual acts with a partner, while only 65 percent of heterosexual women did.

Bisexual women reach climax only slightly more than heterosexuals at 66 percent while there was a large jump in lesbian women with 86 percent saying they orgasm. Bisexual men still achieved climax more though at 88 percent and 89 percent for gay men.

The reason why this might be the case is that nearly thirty percent of men think that vaginal intercourse is the best way for women to achieve orgasm, however, co-author of the study and Professor of Biology, Elisabeth Lloyd, said “this couldn’t be further from the truth.”

According to the study, just 35 percent of heterosexual women orgasmed during vaginal sex alone, while on the other hand, 80 percent of heterosexual women and 91 percent of lesbians orgasmed after, what the study refers to as “the golden trio”, was applied.

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Basically, the study said that there is a “golden trio” of actions that a person should be doing in order for a woman to hit that moment of euphoria.

These include, deep kissing, genital stimulation and oral sex. These things combined should all-but-ensure female orgasm occurs.

The authors also explain that women are more likely to reach climax if they are “more satisfied with their relationship, ask for what they want in bed, praise their partner for something they did in bed, call/email to tease about doing something sexual, wear sexy lingerie, try anal stimulation” and “act out fantasies”.

Of course the study does note that the female orgasm is MUCH more complex than the male one, so this advice should act as a guide rather than gospel. But hey, it doesn’t hurt to try!

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