I really didn't want to have to do this, but in the spirit of being balls out honest—there's a very, very, minimal chance that you're making your girlfriend orgasm from straight up sex. By straight-up sex I mean, your manhood entering her ladyhood coupled with a few thrusts. Didn't want to get too graphic, but clarification is key. Also, please don't act like you've never engaged in that exact description, because you definitely have and honestly, I don't blame you! Why would guys bother deviating from a routine that works so well for them?!
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It's not your fault the female anatomy is more complicated and that society completely skews what pleasurable female sex really looks like. But, IT IS your fault if you don't do anything to change it, which is exactly why we're here to day.
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It's not often, but every now and then we frequent female-centric websites to see what's going on with the fairer sex. After all, they're the reason we do what we do. Whether it's about them or for them, women are our life. Sweet, huh? Well, that's when we came across this study on Goop from ex therapist/psychology professor Laurie Mintz, Ph.D.
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Laurie has spent the better half of her career focusing on something called orgasm equality and how to close the gap between both males and females deriving pleasure from the same sexual experience. Here's some statistics to back up things as they stand now —
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50 percent of 18- to 35-year-old women say they have trouble reaching orgasm with a partner.
64 percent of women vs. 91 percent of men said they had an orgasm during their last sexual encounter.
4 percent of women vs. 55 percent of men say they usually reach orgasm during first-time hookup sex.
95 percent of women do not orgasm from intercourse alone.
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Her biggest suggestion? Communication! Oh, AND CLITORAL STIMULATION.
State what you want. Don’t expect someone to mind read.
Check out your assumptions. Don’t act on beliefs about the other person without verifying their accuracy.
Work out issues as they arise.
Work to resolve issues rather than to win a fight.
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