Sex appears in my inbox at least once a month. The topline findings show that men are more likely to orgasm than women — 91 percent of men said they climaxed during their last sexual encounter, compared with 64 percent of women. But there seems to be a perception gap, too — at least among men. Eighty-five percent of men said their partners in that recent sexual encounter had reached climax, far higher than the percentage of women who said they orgasmed.
A survey by adult firm Anne Summers says 58 per cent of women pretend beneath the sheets - and one in ten men. Today may mark national orgasm day, but a survey claims the majority of women are still faking it in the bedroom. According to adult company Anne Summers, 58 per cent of women have faked orgasm at least once during their current relationship and of those a huge 93 per cent have done it more than that. Although less men do it, they're apparently better at faking than women - or at least more paranoid about their partner's pleasure.
Did you know the best sex position for the female orgasm? What about how many nerve endings your clitoris has? What about how many women need clitoral stimulation to get off during sex? While many of us have experienced orgasms during sex, we rarely pay attention to how the female orgasm really works. While getting off is certainly not essentia l to enjoying sex, it's something certainly many of us want during sex, and according to the stats, many of us have pulled a Meg Ryan a la When Harry Met Sally when we didn't get there.
National Orgasm Day, July 31, is upon us—and there's a lot about orgasms that we still don't understand. Here, a few other fun facts to celebrate this very important holiday. People who smoke weed have more orgasms. Like, way more. Pot smokers surveyed were percent more likely to have multiple orgasms.