7 things a sex therapist wants every couple to know about sex
1. Sex isn't all about orgasms but…
There's no reason why women and people with vaginas should be orgasming significantly less than men and those with penises, though many women and people with vaginas who sleep with men/penis-havers accept this as something that’s part of common sexual experience. In fact, those who have sex with someone else with a vagina report orgasming always, or usually 86 per cent of the time. Of those who have sex with men/people with penises, they orgasmed 65 per cent of the time.
Reasons for this might include less focus on a ‘set’ sexual menu, more time spent on a variety of sexual acts in no predictable order, and longer sex sessions that don’t necessarily end for either partner after one orgasm.
So what can we learn from these? Incorporating more of the above into your own sex life can have great results.
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