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Study finds straight women have fewest orgasms

26 Feb

Surely not that surprising to us Red Pillers, but anyway:

Heterosexual women have fewer orgasms than men or lesbian or bisexual women, a study suggests.

The findings came from a study of 52,600 people in the US, exploring the “orgasm gap” between the genders and different sexual orientations.

The report in Archives of Sexual Behaviour revealed a “variety of behaviours couples can try to increase orgasm frequency”.

These include oral sex and manual stimulation.

The study, by Indiana University, Chapman University and Claremont Graduate University, showed the proportion of people who usually orgasmed was:

  • 65% of heterosexual women
  • 66% of bisexual women
  • 86% of lesbian women
  • 88% of bisexual men
  • 89% of gay men
  • 95% of heterosexual men

[…]

Few heterosexual women climaxed through penetrative sex alone, the report said.

The study showed that “of particular importance was incorporating oral sex along with other activities during a sexual encounter”.

There was a clear pattern between more oral sex and more orgasms in heterosexual women, lesbian women, bisexual women, gay men and bisexual men.

Only in straight men was no link detected.

Other behaviours linked to greater orgasms in women were:

  • Asking for what they wanted in bed

  • Praising their partner for something they did in bed

  • Calling or emailing to tease about doing something sexual

  • Wearing sexy lingerie

  • Trying new sexual positions

  • Anal stimulation

  • Talking about or acting out sexual fantasies

  • Engaging in sexy talk and expressions of love during sex

Assuming, as appears, that the sample size chosen was large enough, and the methodology of the study sound and valid, how might we interpret their findings?

One thing I noticed immediately, is how different bisexuality is between the sexes. In women, bisexuals are only 1% different in their overall rate from straight women in their rates of orgasms, and both far experiencing a clear difference from lesbians who report 20% more orgasms than bisexual women and 21% more than straight women. Whereas in men, bisexual men interestingly report only 1% difference from gay men, and both only a small amount of difference from straight men, the range only spanning a difference of 7%. We can easily conclude that bisexual men are essentially gay men who occasionally hit it with women, whereas bisexual women are essentially straight women who occasionally have flings with women.

So, setting aside the bisexual data, what can we make of the greater range of levels of sexual satisfaction reported by women, versus the much narrower range (one third the size) reported by men?

The key is looking at the behaviours linked to greater rates of orgasms in women, in the short list above.

They essentially boil down to two main things: communicating one’s desires to one’s partner (preconditions of which would be: having such desires in the first place, and knowing what they are and/or having a willingness to try out new things, not being too shy to talk about such, and caring enough about one’s partner to have a level of openness and communication between each other that one feels comfortable and natural in raising such subjects), and caring enough about one’s partner to enjoy engaging in behaviour, activities, and dressing up in ways that stimulate the interest and desire of one’s partner, and therefore doing such things.

From the foregoing, given church culture often, in the past, downplaying female desires (telling women that they ought not to care about such matters), and given feminism’s and churchianity’s encouraging women to misuse their sexuality as a weapon to manipulate men (don’t give him any unless he does things for you that you want him to do, from taking out the trash and/or washing dishes, not leaving the toilet seat up, voting for who you think he should vote for, etc.), rather than as a means for married couples to grow closer to each other and enjoy each other’s company, is it any wonder that straight women in our society report lower sexual satisfaction than everyone else? When even those who recognize the problem can’t help but tell women to keep using sex as a manipulation tool, as a reward for doing dishes, etc.?

Of course, the media spin it as all men’s fault; and if only we men could be more like lesbians:

“Damn men, keeping on screwing up feminism from working properly!”

Blah blah blah fishcakes…

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8 responses to “Study finds straight women have fewest orgasms

  1. scarecrow72

    February 26, 2017 at 3:27 pm

    I’m not sure I trust such a study. They did a proper study (no feminist or gay agenda) on domestic violence. They found that lesbian relationships are the most dangerous for women. Of course, the study was buried and labeled as “homophobic”.

    This study sounds like it was gay- agenda based. However; I like your interpretation of it.

     
    • Will S.

      February 26, 2017 at 5:00 pm

      I admit, I was a bit surprised at the findings re: lesbians experiencing greater sexual satisfaction than straight women; we’ve all heard about the ‘lesbian bed death‘ phenomenon, after all.

      One thing that prevents me from just thinking of this as gay agit-prop, is the fact that they report straight men as having more satisfaction than gay men, even if only by 6%.

      I don’t know. True, we should always take these studies with a grain of salt.

      But my interpretation of the findings makes sense to me, anyway; glad you find it sensible, too. 🙂

       
      • scarecrow72

        February 27, 2017 at 7:08 pm

        Yeah, I only brought that up because all the straight women I have been with don’t stop having orgasms. Except when they go psycho and I have to dump them. 🙂

         
      • Will S.

        February 27, 2017 at 8:22 pm

        Ha! 🙂

         
    • Take The Red Pill

      February 26, 2017 at 7:45 pm

      I’m familiar with the information of that study that you mention.
      When I read “…if only we men could be more like lesbians”, I instantly thought “Do they mean, if only we men could be more like the women who are so violent that they make lesbian relationships the ones with the most domestic violence?”

      Small wonder I’m so glad that I’m a MGTOW.

       
      • Will S.

        February 26, 2017 at 8:05 pm

        Ha! 🙂

         

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