20 Facts About The (Mostly) Female Orgasm

by Joy Topaz on August 2, 2010

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Last week we were kind enough to post the fun little sex infographic for 8 Sex Facts You Should Know. Not only was it informative but we like to think we provided a health service too. This week it’s all about the female orgasm. We’re not sure what service this is providing but we know it’s something good.

With an astounding number of women, at 67 percent, faking an orgasm no wonder men are having such a hard time giving them. If women are screaming and moaning when men are licking their vulva and tickling their toes then men will continue to do so unless softly guided to where the clit actually resides. Speaking of the clit, how did the men beat out the women as to correctly identifying the location of the clit? Wait, maybe this is starting to make more sense. How could women guide if they’re lost in the bush, so to speak?

  • Jordan

    Very interesting!!

  • Jordan

    Very interesting!!

  • Piper

    I’m so glad more women are being honest about not knowing the difference between a vaginal and a clitoral orgasm, or even knowing their clit from their g-spot. Researchers are asking women more pertinent questions about sexual response, and thankfully, more women are opening up about their experiences. I wonder though, are the fakers admitting they’ve faked it once or twice, or that they fake it all the time? I guess the correlation would run highest with those who never or rarely experience orgasm during penetrative sex.

    If guys are worried about being faked on, I’d recommend finding out if your girl is one of the many who can get herself off clitorally, but rarely gets off clitorally during sex. Find her g-spot and teach her what a vaginal orgasm is like, manually. She may not be able to reach it herself (comfortably, at least) so it’ll be an ace up your sleeve possessing a power she lacks. Wanna become indispensable in your woman’s life? Give her an orgasm she’s never felt (like a manually stimulated vaginal/g-spot orgasm) and then, ask her to show you how she gets herself off clitorally. Learn her techniques and soon, you’ll have both manual skills mastered. And trust me, making her come at all will make her so happy she’ll fake it less when you have sex.

    ANY orgasm is better than NO orgasm!

  • Piper

    I’m so glad more women are being honest about not knowing the difference between a vaginal and a clitoral orgasm, or even knowing their clit from their g-spot. Researchers are asking women more pertinent questions about sexual response, and thankfully, more women are opening up about their experiences. I wonder though, are the fakers admitting they’ve faked it once or twice, or that they fake it all the time? I guess the correlation would run highest with those who never or rarely experience orgasm during penetrative sex.

    If guys are worried about being faked on, I’d recommend finding out if your girl is one of the many who can get herself off clitorally, but rarely gets off clitorally during sex. Find her g-spot and teach her what a vaginal orgasm is like, manually. She may not be able to reach it herself (comfortably, at least) so it’ll be an ace up your sleeve possessing a power she lacks. Wanna become indispensable in your woman’s life? Give her an orgasm she’s never felt (like a manually stimulated vaginal/g-spot orgasm) and then, ask her to show you how she gets herself off clitorally. Learn her techniques and soon, you’ll have both manual skills mastered. And trust me, making her come at all will make her so happy she’ll fake it less when you have sex.

    ANY orgasm is better than NO orgasm!

  • Graphic Gina

    Next time JUST use BLACK tiny type on a BLACK background so we totally can NOT read the text or numbers.
    Sheesh! Unreadable or what.
    Tip: When designing a graph, a page a website and you have a dark background Use light colored type.
    And did you know that study after study shows that light type on a black background is the hardest to read?

  • Graphic Gina

    Next time JUST use BLACK tiny type on a BLACK background so we totally can NOT read the text or numbers.
    Sheesh! Unreadable or what.
    Tip: When designing a graph, a page a website and you have a dark background Use light colored type.
    And did you know that study after study shows that light type on a black background is the hardest to read?

  • ksmyaz

    Boy, I’m with Graphic Gina! It’s hard enough trying to read the teeny-tiny type with an 800×600 resolution…the color scheme may have seemed cool originally, but believe me, the un-coolest colors of all are ones…that don’t get read!

  • ksmyaz

    Boy, I’m with Graphic Gina! It’s hard enough trying to read the teeny-tiny type with an 800×600 resolution…the color scheme may have seemed cool originally, but believe me, the un-coolest colors of all are ones…that don’t get read!

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