Study reveals successful men can make women orgasm during sex

Female orgasm is rare and uncommon among humans according to scientists and researchers.

A recent study has revealed that a successful man can make a woman orgasm during sex.

Over the ages, men have been taught how to make a woman reach orgasm during sex — from how to locate the G-Spot, to how to fondle a woman before and after sex.

The new research has built on the earlier ones, with a caveat: how often a woman experiences orgasm during sexual intercourse is related to her partner’s income, his self-confidence, and how attractive he is.

Couple having sex

A new study published in Evolutional Psychology shows the extent to which female orgasm functions to promote good mate choices.

According to punchng.com, based on a survey of heterosexual female college students in committed relationships, how often women experienced orgasm as a result of sexual intercourse was related to their partner’s family income, his self-confidence, and how attractive he was.

Orgasm intensity was also related to how attracted they were to their partners, how many times they had sex per week, and ratings of sexual satisfaction.

Those with partners who their friends rated as “more attractive” also tended to have more intense orgasms.

Sexual satisfaction was related to how physically attracted a woman was to her partner and the breadth of his shoulders.

Women who began having sexual intercourse at earlier ages had more sex partners, experienced more orgasms, and were more sexually satisfied with their partners.

“We also identified an ensemble of partner psychological traits (motivation, intelligence, focus, and determination) that predicted how often women initiated sexual intercourse.

“Their partner’s sense of humour not only predicted his self-confidence and family income, but it also predicted women’s propensity to initiate sex, how often they had sex, and it enhanced their orgasm frequency in comparison with other partners,” said the lead author, Gordon G. Gallup Jr., a psychologist in the University at Albany’s Psychology department, researching biopsychology.

 

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