Most Men and Women fake Orgasms: Study
According to a new research, men and women fake orgasms most of the times as they come under pressure not to hurt their partners. The study, conducted by the University of Kansa, revealed that about 68% women and 28% men pretend orgasms.
Both the sexes give almost the same reasons behind simulating orgasm, the partner's orgasm was about to happen, which brought them under pressure to climax. The other reasons were they did not want to end with having the feelings of their partners being hurt.
The study included 281 male and female students who were asked about their sexual experiences and habits. The study, published in Journal of Sex Research, revealed that most of the men and women faked orgasms in order to show they were enjoying sex.
The report said: "The emphasis on men's ability to give their partners `earth-shaking orgasms' sometimes leads both women and men to pretend orgasm to meet these expectations".
Tracey Cox of online erotic retailer Lovehoney, who is a sex expert, said a feeling in women that they are expected to provide evidence of enjoying sex leads to faking an orgasm in many cases.
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