According to a groundbreaking new study conducted by the Indiana University School of Public Health, we now know that the majority of women want more clitoral stimulation during sex. Because they're clearly not getting enough.
We knew this already. It’s basically common sense at this point. Come on, fellas.
For the study, researchers surveyed over 1,000 women and discovered that 73 percent can’t orgasm from the usual P-in-V sex alone. They need “direct clitoral stimulation during intercourse to achieve orgasm.”
I repeat: Sticking it in her isn’t enough. Get your hands busy, too.
When asked what kind of heavy petting gets them off, 64 percent said an “up-and-down touching motion” does the trick, and 52 percent said they like a nice circular motion.
“The study results challenge the mistaken but common notion that there are universal ‘sex moves that work’ for everyone,” lead researcher Brian Dodge told Newsweek, suggesting you might need to go through some trial and error before figuring out exactly what gives her the big O.
Here's another useful tip: Another study, conducted by Chapman University, Indiana University, and the Kinsey Institute found that there’s something called the “Golden Trio” of female orgasms. It is made up of the trifecta of "deep kissing, manual genital stimulation, and oral sex."
So, again, intercourse alone is not enough to make her orgasm. When in doubt, keep that in mind.
What makes this truly heartbreaking is that 30 percent of men think straight-up intercourse the best way for women to have an orgasm.
Dr. Elizabeth Lloyd, co-author of the study, says this fact is “sort of a tragic figure because it couldn’t be more incorrect.”
Now you know!
H/T: New York Post