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2,000 Women Described the Best Way for Them to Achieve an Orgasm

2,000 Women Described the Best Way for Them to Achieve an Orgasm: Black Swan, Fox Searchlight

Black Swan, Fox Searchlight

Fellas, you may want to grab a pencil and paper and take some notes right about now. The incredible people over at OMGyes.com have finally started researching what this world actually needs to know: the do’s and dont’s of achieving the female orgasm!

The study, which contains knowledge from over 2000 women, was put together by best buddies Lydia Daniller and Rob Perkins. It started by conducting in-depth interviews with 1000 women, aged 18 to 95. From these interviews, they were able to identify a number of popular and useful techniques and noticed a bunch of common themes, both with partners and without. Then, they sent that data over to sex researchers Debby Herbenick and Brian Dodge who helped turn it into a survey. That survey was then administered to 1000 different women to see what they prefer. The site claims that this is the first of its kind, a large-scale study on the specifics of a female’s pleasure and what feels good. This is something you may want to pay attention to.

For starters, there’s “edging.” 6.5 out of 10 women claimed they had larger orgasms when they used the “approach and deny” technique of getting close and then pulling back, and then getting close again and then resisting. Another popular technique was “hinting,” which is defined as “passing by and only occassionally indulging.” This can essentially be summed up as “teasing” and 7 out of 10 women agree it drives them wild.

6.5 out of 10 women agreed that consistency is a major key to achieving climax. Keeping the same rhythm, speed, movement and pressure is an important aspect. 8 out of 10 women stressed the importance of rhythm. On the other hand, 7 out of 10 women agreed that “defying expectation to enhance pleasure” by switching things up unexpectedly is a sure-fire way to get them going as well.

6.5 out of 10 women claimed that “layering” helped them reach orgasm. Layering is defined as “indirect clitoral stimulation,” so that basically means don’t neglect the surrounding areas. Finally, 8 out of 10 women agreed that ‘orbiting’ feels really, really good. So circles are a good thing!

Hopefully we all learnt a thing or two today, for everyone’s sake.

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