Let me just start out by pointing out that if you rarely have orgasms during intercourse, there isn’t anything wrong with you, nor does it mean that you don’t find your partner sexually attractive. That being said, some of your fine ladies that are reading this may be facing this exact problem: the scarcity of orgasms. Where does this come from, and what does it mean for you, exactly?

What Makes Women Have Orgasms?

For a very long time, it was believed that factors such as demographics, relationships, past sexual trauma, and beliefs played the biggest part in women’s orgasm rates. However, more recent research was focused on discovering what actually happens in bed. 

Surprising or not, the quality of intercourse is actually the biggest player that dictates the probability of an orgasm. As Australian studies have shown, there are actually six sexual activities that both men and women like to engage in to increase their odds for a happy ending: oral sex – both fellatio and cunnilingus, penis hand massage, vulva hand massage, anal play, and vaginal intercourse.

Specifically, here is what the studies had to say:

  • When engaging in intercourse, 50 percent of the women participating in the study have had an orgasm.
  • When women had both intercourse and received hand stimulation, 71 percent of them reported orgasms.
  • The number went all the way up to 86 percent for women who had intercourse, were manually stimulated, and also received oral sex from their partners. 

Why the Low Numbers?

The explanation is quite simple: the nerves that induce orgasms in women are located in the clitoris, and not in the vagina, which makes it less likely for women to have an orgasm during regular penetration. Those that are lucky enough to orgasm during penetration get enough clitoral stimulation.

With this in mind, it’s understandable why women who are also manually and orally stimulated are more likely to climax. It’s kind of funny when you think about it, because the female orgasm has been this puzzling issue for so long, and people have always blamed the complexity of the female mind for it.

Let’s go back to demographics for a second. In the past, psychologists discovered that women that are older and more educated, are also more likely to have orgasms during intercourse. A possible explanation would be that as a woman ages and becomes more educated, she also gains more knowledge and confidence to speak about what she likes in bed, leading her partners to the orgasm-bearer: the clitoris. 

In the end, women aren’t all that complicated when it comes to love making, but men should always keep in mind that emotion is still an important part of sex for a lot of ladies, so a gentle mix of cuddling, kissing, some oral and hand stimulation, plus intercourse, can significantly increase the odds of a happy and healthy orgasm.

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