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  Life   Relationship  18 Jun 2018  Here’s what men should do to make women orgasm

Here’s what men should do to make women orgasm

THE ASIAN AGE
Published : Jun 18, 2018, 2:41 pm IST
Updated : Jun 18, 2018, 2:41 pm IST

She said that while men have bragged to her that their partners always had orgasmed, most did not even know the right reactions to orgasm.

According to Emma, women need to just tell their men if they are dissatisfied.  (Photo: AFP)
 According to Emma, women need to just tell their men if they are dissatisfied. (Photo: AFP)

A new book Moan: Anonymous Essays On Female Orgasm now says that while an orgasm is on every woman’s wish-list during sex, most are faking it.

Speaking to The Times, author Emma Koenig said that there is a perceivable gap between men's perception of the pleasure they give women - and what women actually feel during sex.

 

She said that while men have bragged to her that their partners always had orgasmed, most did not even know the right reactions to orgasm.

A new study reveals that 72 per cent of women admitted that their partner climaxes but makes no attempt to help them finish.

Emma's collection of essays first started when she posted about a disappointing experience on her own blog three years ago, where her partner at the time both confidently and wrongly informed her that she'd orgasmed.

Despite her correcting and giving him some pointers, the next encounter was even more of a let-down.

The women featured in the book range from ages 22 to 70.

 

The National Survey of Sexual Health and Behaviour revealed that 85 per cent of men believed that their partners had reached orgasm in their recent sexual encounter, a far cry away from what women had to say on the same matter.

According to Emma, women need to just tell their men if they are dissatisfied.

 “Take time to figure out what you want to say and how to phrase it to a partner, keep practising and by the fifth time it’s going to feel easier and more natural.”

When asked why they don't orgasm, 38 per cent of women claimed that there wasn't enough clitoral stimulation, however, 35 per cent also stated that although there may be clitoral stimulation, it wasn't the right kind.

 

 

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