Male vs Female Orgasms - Which Is Better?
Women More Likely To Orgasm With Regular Partners
Previous research has indicated that women are most likely to have vaginal orgasms in committed, monogamous relationships, but Harvard University's Department of Psychiatry has taken these conclusions to the next level.
They surveyed 13,484 heterosexual college women on their orgasmic frequencies and linked it with the number of times they'd been with the same partner, finding that even outside committed relationships, the more a woman had sex with the same partner, the more likely it was that she would have an orgasm during sex.
According to the chart of findings on HuffPo, if it's her first time with a new partner, she has a 32 percent chance of vaginal orgasm; at 1 to 2 previous hookups, 35 percent; 3 to 5 previous hookups, 40 percent, and 6 or more previous hookups, 51 (!) percent.
Furthermore, the odds of a woman having an orgasm with a partner she wanted to have a relationship, at 45 percent, rang in higher than the odds of having one with a partner she didn't want a relationship with, at 37 percent.
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