According to a survey by Cosmo, only 57 percent of women can orgasm during sex. So unfair, right? Enter: OMGYES, an online site where both men and women can get the tips they need to make reaching an orgasm a reality. As Mic reports, cofounder, Rob Perkins, was having a chat with his friend Lydia Daniller about just how elusive the female orgasm can be. Daniller told Mic:. So Perkins and Daniller did what anyone would do in the name of trying to bring more attention to the female orgasm : They talked to hundreds of women about techniques, desires, and basically what gets them off.
Two thirds of women admit to faking orgasms during sex – but can you tell the difference?
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By Lisa Ryan For Dailymail. Furthermore, many people also suggest that it is the size of a penis or the sexual prowess of a partner that determines whether climax will be reached during intercourse. And so, people who struggle to orgasm often feel as if it is their own fault. For men, the signals between their brain, spinal cord and penis must be functioning properly. And for women, the migration of their clitoris during sex dictates whether they can orgasm. Scientists discovered that the male ability to orgasm depends on signals between the penis, brain and spinal cord - and that disruptions to those signals can affect erection and ejaculation - and that the female orgasm is largely dependent upon the migration of the clitoris during sex, as well as the angle of penile entry. A team of scientists from Mayo Clinic and the Indiana University School of Medicine analyzed previous studies about sexual- and neuro-anatomy to see if inherited factors play a role in orgasm.
12 Techniques Women Use To Have An Orgasm, According To OMGYES
Everyone remembers that infamous When Harry Met Sally scene where Meg Ryan performed an impassioned and pretty obvious faux-gasm in a crowded restaurant. According to a study published in the Journal of Sex Research, 67 per cent of women surveyed admitted to faking an orgasm during sex. Perhaps unsurprisingly, all this faking is adding up to fewer real orgasms for women: another study found that while men report orgasming 95 per cent of the time, women only manage it 65 per cent of the time.