Maybe, but the authors said that one obvious possibility is that women better understand how things like oral sex and clitoral stimulation feel and how they build toward orgasm and that intercourse rarely leads to orgasm. Lesbian women may also be more likely to embrace a "turn-taking culture," that is, an equitable approach to sex where you don't stop until both partners are satisfied. So why do lesbian women have orgasms almost as often as men do—is it because these gender roles don't apply to them? Sad fact: Men have more orgasms than women and experts have known this since the '50s. But intercourse is more like icing on the cake in this situation: Adding it doesn't seem to help. The main limitation of this study is that the survey was posted on the site of NBC News, so it only includes people who read that site and chose to take a survey on "sex and love. They were asked how often they orgasmed during sex in the past month and the options were never, rarely, about half the time, usually, and always. These findings sound like a giant bummer for bisexual and hetero women and their well-meaning partners, but the researchers say the silver lining lies in the fact that they gathered data about people's sexual practices and habits and compared them to orgasm frequency. It's straight men, because of course it is.
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