Chances are you’ve heard some faux moans, but why?
Is her big O all for show? Research suggests that most women fake orgasms at least some of the time, as we’ve reported in the past. Now, we confirm your nagging suspicions once again: 68 percent of women admitted to faking an orgasm in a new (unscientific) survey of 2,000 men and women from DrEd.com. Read more
A recent survey found that 70% of women fake their orgasms sometimes. That’s a lot of acting going down in the bedroom. Ever wonder if he can tell? He can if he knows what to look for, says Victoria McKenzie .
Women have been faking orgasms ever since Adam worked his way into Eve’s leaf G-string. We’ve been getting away with it for years but when you learn to read the signs of a fake, you can call us out on our shit. Then you can fix whatever it is and give the girl a real mind blowing O so she doesn’t run around campus telling all her friends how you couldn’t get her off. (We do that. We totally do that.) Read more
It has been estimated by various studies that 70% of women fake orgasms at some point in their sexual lives. Some fake it very regularly — as in every time — while others only do it sometimes. No matter how sexually adept you are, you’ve probably had a faker. AskMen reveals exactly what signs to look for to distinguish a fake orgasm from the real thing.
OK, guys, think your wife or girlfriend isn’t faking it? Or that faking only happens in other people’s bedrooms? Think again. According to the recently published National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior, 85% of men said that their partner had experienced an orgasm during their most recent sexual event, while only 64% of women reported actually having had an orgasm. The implication: Lots of women are faking it — and getting away with it. Read more
A new study indicates that many more women fake orgasms than their male partners realize. Erin Bradley explains why putting on a little show for the sake of good sex benefits all parties involved.
“Faking It?” crows the headline of a popular news site, followed by “New Sex Study May Rat You Out.” Oh my. Guess it’s time to purchase some sensible charcoal separates, get Gloria Allred on the horn, and prepare for my day in court.
The charge? Being a bad feminist, a bad lay, and a bad person. An Indiana University survey published this week in the Journal of Sexual Medicine points to a discrepancy in the number of men who believe their partner orgasmed during their last sexual encounter and the number of women confirming that they did, in fact, climax. In other words, a glaring, prison-yard spotlight has been shone down on the large number of women who fake it.
I am one of those women the study implicates: a woman who has, yes, faked an orgasm, and I’m here today to defend myself and anyone else who’s ever pulled a fast one on a partner. While pop surveys come and go, a disdain for my fellow co-conspirators that cannot be ignored hums in the background. Read more
The female orgasm is an elusive creature. Sometimes you’re able to see it and identify it clearly. Other times, it’s seemingly an apparition — like the Loch Ness Monster or Bigfoot of female bodily functions.
We tapped porn stars Kayden Kross, Katsuni, Jesse Jane, Joanna Angel, Riley Steele, Asa Akira, and Sophie Dee to learn how professionals pull off this climactic trickery … Watch the video
Sex educator Emily Nagoski says that just because her orgasms are not “porn perfect” doesn’t mean she’s faking it.
Thanks to Meg Ryan’s famous scene in “When Harry Met Sally,” we’ve witnessed just how easy it is for women to fake an orgasm.
And really, all your partner needs to do is watch a few minutes of porn to see how to “have what she’s having.” Think she can’t fool you? Think again. Some colleagues of mine recently found, in an as-yet unpublished study, that one-quarter of the men they surveyed believed that porn — fake tans, fake breasts, fake orgasms, and all — depicts a realistic representation of women’s sexuality. As a sex educator and author, I find that statistic disturbing, but not surprising, and all this week I’ll be in the forum at Good in Bed to answer questions and provide. Read more
Men’s Fitness claims a woman’s inability to orgasm is due to two reasons. (Spoilt describes how faking orgasm feels for a woman.) Typically, both reasons lay the blame on the woman for her inability to orgasm and not on the more likely culprit – her selfish or clueless male partner.
Our recent sex poll found that up to 80% of women have trouble achieving an orgasm. What gives? Most likely, there’s one of two reasons she may not be having as much fun as she claims to be. Fix ’em — and you’ll both benefit. Read more