In her latest YouTube series, Street Sex , sex and relationship blogger Oloni asked unsuspecting passers-by if they thought men lied about their orgasms and, as it turns out, yes, men also fake orgasms. Which begs the questions: why? About one in four guys have faked coming during vaginal sex, according to recent research by the University of Kansas. Hetero sex is undoubtedly an uneven playing field, but men have the upper hand — especially when it comes to orgasms. According to the University of Kansas study, men faux-gasm mostly to avoid upsetting their sexual partner, wanting them to feel good about themselves and their skills in bed. Stress, exhaustion, alcohol and drug consumption were also some of the reasons the study reported.
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So, what do you do? As it turns out, faking an orgasm is far more common than you think, so we wanted to know more. We surveyed over 2, men and women across Europe and the U. We even compared the frequency of faking orgasms between Europeans and Americans to see who is more naturally satisfied after a round between the sheets. Our research found that of the 2, participants surveyed, 68 percent of women admitted to faking an orgasm with their partner. This may be news to some men, however, as 27 percent of male respondents told us they have faked an orgasm.
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Women aren't the only ones who feign pleasure in bed, according to a new study. Men fake orgasm, too. In a study of more than college students, 25 percent of men and half of the women reported that they'd acted out an orgasm during sexual activity.
Verified by Psychology Today. Attraction, Evolved. The clear implication was that women fake orgasm to bring a disappointing sexual encounter to an end. But human relationships are complex, and there are surely other reasons that women fake orgasm.