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The data for the study was gleaned from a survey of 1, women ages 18 to These women answered questions about their personal experiences with pleasure—the role of clitoral stimulation in orgasm, whether all orgasms are created equal, and how many women are actually reaching orgasm through intercourse.

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While the exploration of human sexuality is always an area of great interest, this study in particular speaks volumes about the progress we've made in gender equality and reminds us how much there is still to learn about the nature of female pleasure. For the greater part of recorded human history, the female orgasm was a dirty little secret.

As recently as the s, women in the Western world were taught that sex was their marital duty—and nothing more. The idea of a woman enjoying How do u make a girl come was shocking—vulgar, even. But thanks to feminist writers like Luce Irigaray and Simone de Beauvoir—and to the men smart enough to listen to them—this definitive experience of female sexuality has been brought out of the closet and into the light.

But this study goes a long way toward revealing what women actually enjoy and don't enjoy during sex. Of the women surveyed, Yes, fellas—an orgasm is not just an orgasm—there are degrees of pleasure. And, while more than a third of the women need clitoral stimulation to reach orgasm, the 20 percent of women who can climax without it still tend to agree that clitoral stimulation makes it better.

When it comes to manual and oral sex, almost 64 percent of women said they like an up-and-down motion on the vulva, while nearly 52 percent also enjoyed How do u make a girl come movements.

Just under a third of women said they liked "side-to-side movements. When it comes to the clitoris, three-fourths of women were big fans of a circling motion, switching between different types of motions, and varying the intensity of touch.


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