Are you sure that your female partner is really there and having an orgasm?

As Suzannah Weiss shared in Playboy article:
“Did you know that many women regularly try to speed up their partners’ orgasms. For a study published in Archives of Sexual Behavior, the University of Central Lancashire and University of Leeds researchers asked 71 women when they vocalized during sex. While the women’s orgasms most often occurred during foreplay, they vocalized most often during intercourse, right before or while their partners orgasmed. Sixty-six percent said they did this to help their partners climax.”

Indeed, research tells us that such pleasure equality is sorely lacking.

  • One study of university student found that 91 percent of men vs. 39 percent of women report always or usually experiencing an orgasm with a partner.
  • Even more striking, in research, I’ve conducted with my students and that I present in my latest book, 55 percent of men versus 4 percent of the women say they always orgasm during first-time hookup sex.

…….a central problem is our flawed assumption that the male way of reaching orgasm (penetration) should be the way that both women and men reach orgasm—when in fact this is not the case at all. Only about 4 – 18% of women orgasm from intercourse alone. The rest—indeed the vast majority— need clitoral stimulation.” – from Dr. Laurie Mintz’s blog

FUN FACTS ABOUT SEX THAT WILL CHANGE THE QUALITY OF YOUR SEX FOREVER

  1. THRUSTING IS A DELUSIONAL ACT OF MAN IN HOPE OF GETTING A WOMAN “THERE”
    It rarely works as most women report that they don’t’ like it! So for some men it will be a relief, for others it will hurt their ego, but I strongly believe that truth is better than delusion.
  2. Only 25% of men in the WHOLE WORLD can find clitoris! Isn’t it frightening????
    If you are a man, go and check quickly below!

Photo courtesy HelloClue.com

Lessons from Dr.Laurie Mintz:

Many can’t talk about sex even to the person they’re having sex with. And that makes no sense to me. It’s like it’s not more intimate to talk about it than to do it. So the biggest advice is to just talk about it.

You cannot have an orgasm unless you turn your brain off and mindfulness teaches you to do that. So practice yoga and mindfulness. It’s because it teaches you not only to be in your body but to get out of your mind.

Check out my Interview with Dr. Laurie Mintz here, you will love her humour!