Scientific Breakthrough Sheds New Light on the Female Orgasm

black and white shot of passionate woman with mouth open with orgasmic feeling, covering face with mask, eyes closed.

It’s generally known that women orgasm less than men. A new study of 52,000 adults in the Archives of Sexual Behavior suggests orgasming isn’t an issue of gender—male vs. female, he vs. she—but an issue of sexuality.

The researchers highlighted data showing that lesbian women orgasm more than straight women—a lot more. According to the abstract, “Heterosexual men were most likely to say they usually-always orgasmed when sexually intimate (95%), followed by gay men (89%), bisexual men (88%), lesbian women (86%), bisexual women (66%), and heterosexual women (65%).” The research brings good news, too, in suggested behaviors that almost always bring women to climax.

The Guardian: ‘Golden trio’ of moves boosts chances of female orgasm, say researchers.


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