What percent of the time do women reach orgasm during vaginal intercourse? Multiple studies have been published on this topic, but the results have varied consideriably, making it difficult to draw firm conclusions. Why have the findings been so different from one study to the next? It matters a lot.
The modern woman is not only expected to be a good mother and a professional success, but some believe she needs to behave like a porn star in the bedroom. So if a simple device could reveal whether a woman is capable of a vaginal orgasm , would it take the pressure off heterosexual women to perform? New research suggests that a simple measurement -- a "rule of thumb" -- might be the key to the pleasures of sexual intercourse. About 75 percent of all women never reach orgasm from intercourse alone -- that is without the extra help of sex toys, hands or tongue.
According to a study from the Archives of Sexual Behavior that looked at over 52, adults in the U. Picture a flower with closed petals. Within the flower is a nub that branches down into two bulbous legs. The clitoris is the only organ in the human body solely responsible for sexual pleasure.
And when depictions of sex in the media are thrown into the mix, the gap between expectation and reality widens even further. In 50 popular video clips included in the study, only In a recent survey , 53 percent of men and 25 percent of women in the United States said they had watched pornography in the past year.