Heterosexuals lead with 95% performance, followed by homosexual men (89%) and bisexual men (88%). For females, 86% of lesbians report having an orgasm generally or always during sex, followed by 66% of bisexuals and 65% of heterosexuals.
When asked if they had an orgasm every time they had sex, 75% of men said yes, compared to only 33% of women. But before blaming biological differences, think about this: 59% of lesbian women reported having orgasm each time.
So, what explains the so-called difference in orgasm between men and women, especially heterosexuals? The authors speculate that social stigmatization of women expressing their sexual desire, as well as the pressure on men to take the lead, could prevent heterosexual couples from exploring activities that are do good.
Lesbian women, on the other hand, are more likely to participate in manual or oral stimulation. But even when the study controlled the frequency of these acts, they always had more orgasms than heterosexual women. According to the researchers, this may be due to the fact that they are more likely to provide pleasure to their partner or to be satisfied in turn.
In general, women in the study who had frequent orgasms were more likely to:
- Communicate with their partner to ask for what they want in bed
- Have longer relationships
- Being more satisfied with their relationships
- Expressing their love during sex and congratulating their partner if he or she is particularly caring.
How to boost female orgasm?
Concentrate on your clitoris
Your clitoris, this small knot above your inner vaginal lips, can create a real pleasure. So, focus on the sexual positions that directly stimulate it.
Lubricants produce higher levels of excitement, pleasure and satisfaction. What’s more, it’s a handy tool to have in your bedroom. You can safely engage in more actions, techniques and positions when using a lubricant.
Physical activity stimulates blood flow to the genitals, increasing desire and improving your mood.
Focus on Your Breath
Many people find that if they change their breathing from slow to deep, from short to fast, this adds to sexual arousal and can help trigger orgasm.
Become an expert on your own body
When you have sex, pay attention to the type of contact that gives you the most pleasure. Then open up to your partner and say or show him what you like and do not like.
Change your position
Sometimes breaking with your usual routine increases your pleasure and leads to better orgasms. So, you can try to put yourself above. This position allows the woman to take control and optimize her stimulation. Continue experimenting with other positions to determine what works best for you and your partner.