Lesbians Have More Orgasms
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When it comes to orgasms, lesbians have them on lock. A new study published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine looked at the relationship between sexual orientation and orgasm occurrence. They found that homosexual women had far more success crossing the finish line than their heterosexual or bisexual peers. For men however, the difference was insignificant.
Researchers began with a nationally representative sample of 6,151 single adults in the U.S. and asked participants about their self-identified gender and sexual orientation, as well as the percentage of the time that they achieved orgasm when having sex with a familiar partner. This “familiar” part is key, because it’s been proven that women are twice as likely to climax from intercourse or oral sex when they’re in a serious relationship than they are with a fling. This allowed study authors to weed out the one night stand sex stats and compare things fairly.
The results of the survey for men weren’t so shocking: They mostly had happy endings no matter what their sexual orientation. Straight men climaxed 85.5 percent of the time, gay men climaxed 84.7 percent of the time, and bisexual men climaxed 77.6 percent of the time.
For women, however, the disparity was noticeable: Heterosexual women climaxed 61.6 percent of the time, while homosexual women climaxed 74.7 percent of the time and bisexual women climaxed 58 percent of the time.
Researchers suggested a few different reasons of why this could be true, but it mainly comes down to biology and bedroom behaviors, says study co-author Elisabeth Lloyd, Ph.D. “The big difference really lies in the fact that straight women are more reliant on intercourse for their orgasmic experience,” she explains, rather than foreplay. And in most heterosexual sex positions, a woman’s genital anatomy can get in the way of a good orgasm if it’s all about penetration. “We know that the longer the distance is between a woman’s clitoris and her vagina, the less likely she will be to experience orgasm with intercourse,” says Lloyd. So for these women, more foreplay or clitoral stimulation would be the way to go.
Since the female orgasm from intercourse is fleeting—only 25 percent of women always climax with a partner—women lower their chances of finishing if they mostly rely on penetrative sex (which many women in heterosexual relationships do). Women in same-sex relationships, on the other hand, may spend less time on penetrative acts with sex toys and more time on oral and manual stimulation, which is much more conducive to orgasms.
But regardless of who you’re sleeping with, there are plenty of creative ways to think outside the box, so to speak, and explore new avenues to your orgasm. For starters, you can use lube, focus on foreplay, introduce a new sex toy into your relationship or try these sex positions that practically guarantee an orgasm every time.
This information is important for small dick men worried their penises cannot compete sexually with average or large sized men. Your focus should be about giving her an orgasm, and since penetrative sex (PIV) may not be your strong point there are many other ways you can get her there. The biggest obstacle we find with small dick men is the belief some have that they can only feel like a man if they can make her orgasm with penetrative sex (PIV). This notion is totally false, but many seem to be stuck at this point.
Those small dick men that find happiness within themselves and their relationships learn the true secret that learning how to pleasure your woman like how a lesbian would, can lead to very many satisfying sexual experiences. But most most importantly, true intimacy can be achieved which is the real purpose of sex (apart from making babies). It doesn’t make you less of a man to learn how to satisfy a woman, even if it’s not in a conventional manner. It actually makes you more of a man.