Surprising Orgasm Facts You Didn't Know

Facts About Orgasms for Female (by Women). Surprising Orgasm Facts You Didn't Know.

 How much do you know about the female orgasm? Check out the list below for 10 of the most interesting facts scientists have discovered about women and their orgasms. Which one is your favorite?

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1. It takes women 10 to 20 minutes, on average, to climax during foreplay.
So next time he's being hasty, whip out this factoid and tell him to get to business.

2. Single women achieve an orgasm with a regular partner 62% of the time.

3. Orgasms can relieve pain. When you have a headache, it's pretty common to go to bed. But you shouldn't be sleeping. It's largely due to the body's release of oxytocin during orgasm, a chemical that facilitates bonding, relaxation, and other positive emotional states, she explains. While the pain relief is often short-lived at about 8-10 minutes.

4. Using a condom doesn't hamper your orgasm. A lot of people think that because sex can often feel better without a condom that their orgasm will too. But that's not the case.

5. It's important to find your G-spot. Sex experts have long touted this area of female genitalia, which is believed to contain a large number of nerve endings, as the key to helping women achieve longer and stronger orgasms. But it's a controversial topic: Researchers in England have refuted its existence, while Italian researchers claimed to have found the spot on various women via ultrasound.

6. If you have trouble reaching orgasm during intercourse, consider switching things up. For example, vaginal sex plus oral sex would be linked to a higher likelihood of orgasm than either one of them alone.

7. Lesbian women orgasm 13.1% more often than straight women.
Who else knows a woman better than a woman?

8. 11% of women climax the first time they sleep with a new partner.
For many women, reaching an orgasm takes time and patience; two things not normally associated with first-time encounters. At least it's a good argument to give it a second try.

9. The rule of thumb: the distance between a woman’s clitoris and her vaginal opening is associated with her likelihood of orgasm during vaginal intercourse. The smaller the distance (particularly if it's a thumb-width or less), the more likely she is to reach orgasm. Why? The clitoris receives more indirect stimulation when it’s closer to the action.

10. Women are more likely to reach orgasm with male partners who are attractive, wealthy, and self-confident (i.e., guys with higher “mate value”). Why? Some scientists argue that the female orgasm has evolved to serve as a feedback mechanism that informs women about the reproductive fitness and potential of their mates.

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