The female orgasm can be a sneaky, elusive little thing, with many women wondering how to experience it during sex , or if that's even possible for them. When it comes to having an orgasm with your partner , there are two different approaches you can take. You can do the stuff everyone promises will absolutely give you an orgasm , or you can do the stuff that actually works for you. But sometimes, it can be hard to tell the difference.
Sex appears in my inbox at least once a month. The topline findings show that men are more likely to orgasm than women — 91 percent of men said they climaxed during their last sexual encounter, compared with 64 percent of women. But there seems to be a perception gap, too — at least among men. Eighty-five percent of men said their partners in that recent sexual encounter had reached climax, far higher than the percentage of women who said they orgasmed.
Here's What Happens To Your Body When You Have An Orgasm
Skip navigation! Sex is one of the basic pleasures of life, but the orgasm is anything but simple — especially for people with vaginas. The complexity begins with your anatomy. While you probably know that generally, your journey to orgasm starts with vaginal or clitoral stimulation, you might not realise that there's still debate among researchers about the exact anatomy of the clitoris.
You can still have a great time without having one. Which is why the first tip on our guide to having better orgasms is experimenting, and being open to trying new things. I asked the masturbation geniuses behind OMGYes for their tips on having the best orgasms, and their response was eye-opening.