A scientific study states that an overwhelming majority of women are faking orgasms. Danya Goodman, Omri Gillath, and Parnia Haj-Mohamadi of the University of Kansas delved into the touchy subject of faking orgasms.
The new paper was published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior where they found that 76% of women have faked an orgasm at least once. More than half of women said they regularly fake it til he makes it. Bad job by us guys. Or maybe bad job by women who should just relax and enjoy the ride instead of being so preoccupied with silly feelings and emotions.
But on the bright side, only 41% of men are faking orgasms.
There were six factors as motivation for the faux orgasms: feels good, not into sex, for partner, manipulation/power, insecurity, and emotional communication.
I’m not a scientist, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night and have my own explanation: Women fake orgasms to have relationships. Men fake relationships to have orgasms.
This echoes a study that was published last month that surveyed 2,000 people where they found that 68% of women and 27% of men faked orgasms.
Maybe we should try to lower that number in the next year by putting in a little more effort.