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Posted December 17, Reviewed by Ekua Hagan. Every fall semester, I stand at the podium with over college students staring at me and introduce myself and the course content for The Psychology of Human Sexuality. This ability is absolutely essential when it comes to no pun intended closing the orgasm gap the finding that women are having way fewer orgasms than men.
Research shows that among women who tell their partners how they like to be touched, the vast majority have orgasms.
Conversely, when women fake orgasms which research shows about 70 percent of women dothey are training partners to do precisely what doesn't work for them. Most women fake orgasms during intercourse, based on the false belief this is how they "should" orgasm.
Yet, one recent study found that only about 18 percent of women orgasm from penile thrusting alone. In polls I've conducted with over of my students and detail in my recent bookeven fewer about 5 percent say that thrusting alone is their "most reliable route to orgasm.
If you're one of the 95 percent, below you'll find some tips for communicating with your partner about the clitoral stimulation you need, both in and outside of the bedroom. I've also included some pep-talks along the way, especially for those showing new partner's what they want, as many women report feeling especially awkward about this.
In sum, the vast majority of women need clitoral stimulation to orgasm. This is a fact we need to start talking about, both generally and with our partners in specific, be that a new or a long-term partner.
When my students tell me that they'd find it awkward to talk about sex, I semi-jokingly ask them if it's more awkward than having bad or unsatisfying sex. Or, I quote the opening line of the communication chapter in Becoming Cliteratetaken from blogger Corey Silverberg: "Communication isn't always about talking, but I can promise you that one of the keys to great sex is an ability to talk about it. I can also promise that it's easier to learn to talk about sex than it is to learn to read minds. Laurie Mintz, Ph.
Laurie Mintz Ph. Stress and Sex. Learn some tips. About the Author. Online: Dr. Laurie Mintz websiteFacebookTwitter.
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