I’m not sure why I’ve assumed the position as the middle-woman between ladies and gents, but here we are, again (you’re welcome).
As a reminder, every question asked and answered were from people within our Instagram community. Thank you to everyone who voted/ responded!
What position are women most likely to orgasm in?
128 women directly responded to this question and the overwhelming majority said “girl on top”. The other common responses were “missionary” and “doggy”.
A few months ago a ran a mini study on how many women actually achieve orgasm during penetrative sex. Here are the findings: only 25% of women are able to achieve orgasm during intercourse. Do you know what that means? There is a 75% chance your partner won’t orgasm during sex. What can you do about it? Great question. There is a 75% chance a woman needs clitoral stimulation to have an orgasm. You can either give her this direct stimuli or encourage her to do it to herself during sex with you. I’d love for you to help us normalize needing a helping hand during sex. It’s actually a super underrated thing. Try it out, I can guarantee your partner will welcome it and be impressed.
How many women have had anal sex?
Whoaaa. The majority of women have had anal. I’m actually quite surprised. Are you? Check out the data below on how many women actually enjoy it.
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Do women enjoy anal sex?
44% of women do not like anal.
32% of women sort of enjoy it.
24% of women enjoy it.
How long do women want sex to last?
50% of women prefer that sex lasts 10-15 minutes.
40% of women prefer that sex lasts 20-30 minutes.
7% of women prefer that sex lasts 35-45+ minutes.
3% of women prefer that sex lasts 5 minutes.
90% of women prefer that sex lasts anywhere from 10-30 minutes. Contrary to porn and blue pill promises, the majority of women prefer sex that lasts 10-30 minutes. PSA: This does not include foreplay.
Sexual intimacy/climax for the majority of women is far more mental than it is physical (at first). We need to feel comfortable, extremely desired and encouraged to explore our sensuality with you before reaching climax. You can easily and steadily build this up with and for us during foreplay.
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Do women prefer morning or evening sex?
Okay, this is fcking fascinating to me and another extremely underrated topic. Let’s talk about this on a hormonal/ physiological level 🤓.
Just like women have hormone cycles, men have them too. A big difference is that a man’s hormone cycle lasts 24 hours, whereas a woman’s hormone cycle lasts 24-28 days.
A man’s level of sex hormones are at their highest when he wakes up, a woman’s are at her lowest when she wakes up. Keep in mind that men also have about 10 times more testosterone than women.
This means that a man and woman’s sex hormones are ticking at opposite ends of the day. A woman’s menstrual cycle also affects her libido. A woman experiences an increase in libido and orgasm intensity within 14 days of her cycle. If you’re open about these topics with your partner, I highly recommend talking about how she feels throughout her cycle. It’s a powerful, intangible guide to all sorts of behaviors and emotions!
Hormones are fcking fascinating aren’t they? Now that you have some science behind this phenomenon, you can understand why men are a bit more eager in the AMs than women (also depending on where she is at in her cycle!).
Are women open to using sex toys during the first hookup?
The majority of women aren’t open to using sex toys during the first hook up. I can understand why. Scenario: She’s hooking up with a new partner and the partner randomly whips out a vibrator. Her thoughts: ‘Uh… who else has it been used on?’ Lol, yikes.
Unless it’s a pre-discussed and NOT a pre-owned situation, it looks like ladies would rather save the toys for a different play date 😉.
But wait… there’s more 😉.
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