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Study Finds Women Are More Likely To Orgasm From Sex With Other Women

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Study Finds Women Are More Likely To Orgasm From Sex With Other Women

Gents, I'm afraid I've got some bad news for you.

New research has discovered that women are much more likely to orgasm from same-sex encounters than they are from sex with men.

Thousands of women from around the globe between the ages of 18 and 65 were asked, and it turns out that men could do worse than to take a few tips from women when it comes to pleasuring their partner.

Some women reported as many as 55 orgasms per month from same-sex relationships, as opposed to just seven for straight women.

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This research is just another nail in the coffin for the idea that men are any good at pleasuring women. There is a massive 'orgasm gap' between genders that means women benefit from more variety in the bedroom.

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

In an interview with The Sun, Dr Kristen Jozkowski from the University of Arkansas said: "Sex that includes more varied sexual behaviour results in women experiencing more orgasms."

The study included 2,300 women and found that they were 32 percent more likely to get off with another woman, even though heterosexual couples have more sex.

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This study follows on from other research from the Indiana University School of Public Health which found that women find it easier to orgasm with a varied approach to stimulation. Only 18 percent managed to orgasm from just vaginal penetration.

That leaves 72 percent of women who need something else going on to help them out.

Professor Brian Dodge, from the University, said: "The study results challenge the mistaken, but common, notion that there are universal 'sex moves that work for everyone'.

"On the other hand, the data also make clear that there are certain styles of touch that are more commonly preferred by women, emphasizing the value of studying sexual pleasure - and not just sexual problems."

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Less than two thirds of women always orgasm during sex compared with 95 percent of men - there's that orgasm gap in action again.

The trick is apparently that women require a more diverse approach to sex, don't just do the same thing over and over again and expect different results.

Also, for God's sake, don't just worry about yourself, pay a bit of attention to someone else's needs for once, eh?

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Topics: News, Sex

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