Orgasm Frequency Doesn’t Determine Sexual Satisfaction

Many men view sex like a sports competition; a spiritedly physical and competitive exercise which is won by outlasting the competition.  If your partner has an orgasm before you, victory is achieved; prizes will be handed out later.

Orgasms are very nice, we would never advertise otherwise, but it looks like that’s not the only thing women are looking for in a sexual relationship.

Orgasm Secondary to Other Factors

Research from the The Kinsey Institute reports that only 29% of women achieve orgasm every time with their sexual partner, but despite this fact 62% of women say that they are very satisfied with the frequency/consistency of their orgasms.

It looks like getting someone to the finish-line every time has nothing to do with whether or not they enjoy having sex. Studies reveal that women with fulfilling sex lives point to the feeling of being “connected to someone” as more important than simply having an orgasm.

Sure, woman would love it if they could orgasm all the time, but it’s not the primary component of good sex according to most women

Our tip for making sex a more fun time? Don’t make it about getting someone to finish, make it about creating tactile sensations that excite the person that you are with. Experiment (if your partner is okay with this) and let the act take itself to different places naturally.

Women are more likely to orgasm when sex includes a variety of sex acts and positions. Keep that in mind while you race to your own finish line. Remember, if we engage in sex that is conscious of our partners needs, and not wrapped up in the idea of reaching a goal, everyone will have a more enjoyable time, if you catch my drift.

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