- * Thirty-three to 50 percent of women experience orgasm infrequently and are dissatisfied with how often they reach orgasm. * Performance anxiety is believedMessage 1 of 1 , Apr 11, 2013View SourceThirty-three to 50 percent of women experience orgasm infrequently and are dissatisfied with how often they reach orgasm.
Performance anxiety is believed to be the most common cause of orgasm problems, and 90 percent of orgasm problems appear to be psychological in nature.
-- Orgasmic Dysfunction, Medline Plus Medical Encyclopedia, September 2002.
Only 35 percent of the female population will orgasm during intercourse.
Reasons for failure to climax include: sexual ignorance, sexual anxiety, and fear of letting go.
A sexual response is a complex blend of many physical and psychological variables.
What a woman expects, how she believes she should respond, and how she thinks she should act, will all impact how she experiences, behaves during, and reports her orgasmic event.
-- Pathways to Pleasure, Robert W. Birch, Ph.D., Sexologist and Adult Sexuality Educator, 2000.Brad"In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act."-- George Orwell
From: Julienne <julienne@...>
Sent: Thursday, April 11, 2013 3:41 AM
Subject: Re: [evol-psych] News: The Orgasm Gap: The Real Reason Women Get OffLess Often Than Men and How to Fix It
Your basic information is pretty up to date.
Edgar prefers young girls, who may indeed be confused about "throbs" until they have their first orgasm.
As Edgar's experiences seem to be with younger girls, and brief as they probably move on from him quickly,
his sexual information is rather pubescent.
At 02:07 PM 4/10/2013, Sussa Björkholm wrote:
I do not confuse my orgasm with just any "throbbing", thank you very much. And as for those multiple orgasms my two partners have had, they themselves were very particular in calling them orgasms. Stronger in some cases than the normal variant. But I/neither of them never managed more than two on one occasion before ejaculating (with orgasm).
It's a simple trick, nothing magical. But it demonstrates that orgasm is not equal to ejaculation in men, just concurrent. And I've experienced men who ejaculate without any orgasm whatsoever.
On Wed, Apr 10, 2013 at 4:03 PM, Edgar Owen <edgarowen@...> wrote:
- I suspect you, like many women, are confusing sexual throbs with
orgasms. Some women mistakenly define every sexual throbbing they have as
an orgasm and from this the myth of the multiple female sexual orgasm
- Well you are quite correct that men have plenty of sexual throbs
without ejaculating but almost no man would define those as orgasms
without an ejaculation..
- I've posted in detail about male and female 'orgasms' in the past
here explaining this..
- On Apr 10, 2013, at 4:10 AM, Sussa Björkholm wrote:
- That was my point about female orgasm!
- (Besides, they are not one and the same: I can give a man orgasms without letting him have his ejaculation. Which of course is quite nice for the guy, since his erection stays on...)
- On Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 7:31 PM, Edgar Owen <edgarowen@...> wrote:
- It's one and the same. Men have to get a very good feeling from
ejaculating orgasms, otherwise they wouldn't go near female
- On Apr 9, 2013, at 10:49 AM, Sussa Björkholm wrote:
- No, men do not have to have an orgasm. They only need to ejaculate. There's no need for that to feel like anything in particular.
- On Tue, Apr 9, 2013 at 4:09 AM, Edgar Owen <edgarowen@...> wrote:
- The reason is obvious evolutionary theory.
- For reproduction to occur the man MUST have an orgasm.
- But the woman doesn't have to...
- It's simple evolutionary selection. How obvious is that?
- The way to 'fix it' is just send the women over to me...
- On Apr 8, 2013, at 8:04 PM, Robert Karl Stonjek wrote:
The Orgasm Gap: The Real Reason Women Get Off Less Often Than Men and How to Fix It