I was recently sitting on the steps of Wilder with some beautiful female friends of mine talking about the elusive nature of that magic, romance fiction (read: porn) style orgasm during sex. The sad truth was that most of these sexual vixens had orgasms during sex about as frequently as they had found four-leaf clovers.
The Kinsey Institute reported a U.K. study citing PIV (penis in vagina) sex as the least-cited way for women to achieve orgasm. While Kinsey statistics on orgasm proclaim 75% of men report almost always having orgasms with their partner, only a measly 29% of women say the same. This includes all of those foreplay and oral-gasams. In other words, at least seven out of every ten lovely ladies that go home with someone this weekend are leaving without having climaxed in any way—that’s not just disappointing, it’s a downright tragedy and a damn shame.
So, as someone who wants as much pleasure in this world as possible, I propose we all start on a hunt for the rarest and loveliest of creatures, the elusive female orgasm. Throw on that “long-lasting” condom and stay up all night on a mission. Stop mid-sex and throw down some tongue action. Or even—gasp—ask her to show you what to do, and how she does it. Even if their partners are missing out on the joys of their woman shaking, sweating and clenching their teeth in ultimate satisfaction, women report being much more likely to be almost or always orgasmic when alone than when with a partner.