Here's how to narrow the gap. By Lindsay King-Miller Aug 27, A recent study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine suggests that what you always thought was just your queer friends bragging is, in fact, verifiably true: Lesbians are having more orgasms than straight and bisexual women. Men of all orientations, however, are still outpacing all of us. The researchers didn't investigate factors that might be contributing to sexual satisfaction or a lack thereof, so it's up to us to find ways to close the orgasm gap — and then catch up with dudes.
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A recent study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine focuses on how sexual orientation associates with orgasm frequency in single men and women. Researchers collected responses via a online questionnaire from 6, men and women between the ages of 21 and They then only analyzed those response of a smaller subsample of 2, singles -- including 1, men and 1, women -- who had sex within the past 12 months. Participants were asked to identify their gender, sexual orientation and percentage of time they orgasm with a familiar partner on a scale of zero to Although responses from the male participants did not vary much based on sexual orientation -- heterosexual men reported an While heterosexual women reported orgasming
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How to make her orgasm: Three sex lessons from lesbian women How to make her orgasm: Researchers also discovered only a third of women climaxed from penetration alone. Lead study author David Frederick, Ph. D, assistant professor in health psychology at Chapman University, points out that women understand how sex feels both physically in mentally meaning they have a natural advantage when it comes to sexual pleasure.
A woman orally stimulating the nipples of her sexual partner Commonly, women engage in displays of affection, such as kissing on the cheek or hugging. A kiss on the lips, a prolonged kiss or hug, or other forms of touching, may or may not be regarded as sexual. Sex educator and feminist Shere Hite stated that one of her female research subjects had written, "Sex with a woman includes: Allowing such acts of physical intimacy, especially the stimulation of a partner's breasts and nipples, is an indication of reciprocal interest in sexual activity.