43% of heterosexual men have difficulty identifying a female orgasm

43% of heterosexual men have difficulty identifying a female orgasm

According to a large study conducted by Brigham Young University, 43% of men in a study group of 1,683 heterosexual newlywed couples misperceived whether their wife had an orgasm.

Of the women surveyed, 49% said they experience orgasms between 80% and 100% of the time, which is significantly less than the percentage of men who have orgasms ; 87% of the men surveyed said that they ‘almost always’ orgasm between 80% and 100% of the time.

Orgasm Disparity

At the physiological level, orgasm provides various benefits. According to statistics, approximately 10% of women have never experienced an orgasm. A higher percentage have difficulties reaching orgasm during intercourse .

In the study, men seemed to overestimate their ability to create female orgasms, so perhaps 43% of men misjudged them .

In the words of the study itself: ‘with only 49% of wives being orgasmically consistent, this study provides evidence that attention to the wife’s experience of orgasm can promote greater sexual satisfaction for both husbands and wives. ‘.

Ultimately, the study is about sexual communication and how that can benefit the relationship. If you are a selfish lover, it may be time to reach out and ask your partner what he wants . And there is also the possibility that orgasms are easier to have and are more intense and lasting when men knew they had sexual rivals , as we already explained.