Australians have created the first-ever formula for measuring sexual satisfaction.
The frequency of orgasms doesn’t reflect satisfaction.
- ‘Normally in questionnaires on the subject, male rates of orgasm are so high when compared to female they cease to be a measure of satisfaction,’ the doctor added.
- The formula involved more than 1000 people anonymously completing a sexual satisfaction survey.
- The survey found that measuring the frequency or number of orgasms don’t necessarily equate sexual satisfaction.
- The survey has shown that men had higher expectations of orgasms.
- Adding to this that there was no difference in overall sexual satisfaction, more men expected that they would be able to please their partners.
- Women, on the other hand, saw themselves pleasing their past partners more often.
- This research has revealed the big gaping orgasm gap staring us in the face. Men orgasm more than women from heterosexual pleasures.
- Ladies who are doing other ladies are doing well for their orgasms.
- Guess it is just the men who are unable to satisfy women, eh? Perhaps men don’t even try to ask what women want. How to sexually please them? Ask them.