A new study from the Kinsey Institute has found that, when having sex with a familiar partner, bisexual women are the least likely to achieve orgasm. Surveying 6, men and women between the ages of 21 to 65, researchers found that the occurrence rate for achieving orgasm for bisexual women was the lowest of all the polled groups. For lesbian women, the occurrence rate was a rather impressive No prizes for guessing that men topped the orgasm charts, with a mean orgasm occurrence rate of around
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Lesbian and bisexual women more likely to orgasm than their straight peers | SBS Sexuality
Lesbian women are much more likely to orgasm during sexual activity than either straight or bisexual females, a new study has revealed. Women also have less predictable and more varied orgasms than men, research looking at orgasm variation by a team at the Kinsley Institute has found. Their study discovered that for women - but not men - how likely they are to orgasm varied depending on their sexual orientation, with bi-sexual women being the least likely to experience orgasms. Researchers used an internet questionnaire to collect data from a total of 6, single men and women between the ages of 21 and 65 in the US. The results from the survey revealed that, on average, men orgasm during sex with a familiar partner 85 per cent of the time, compared with 63 per cent of the time for women. However, lesbian women had a much higher probability of orgasm 75 per cent than either heterosexual women, at 62 per cent, or bisexual women, at 58 per cent.
Lesbian women are 'significantly more likely' to orgasm than straight or bisexual females
T he first time I ever had sex with a woman, I remember being overwhelmed — and not in the way I had expected. It even gave me a newfound empathy for the plight of your average heterosexual male, inwardly sighing that his partner might be ready to go at it again already. Then I smugly counted my XY fortune. Back in my days as a professional dominatrix, one of my most popular services was the ruined orgasm: bringing a man — or letting him bring himself — quickly to the point of climax, causing ejaculation without the muscle-spasming respite of a full-bodied orgasmic release.
There is a notable gap between heterosexual men and women in frequency of orgasm during sex. Little is known, however, about sexual orientation differences in orgasm frequency. We examined how over 30 different traits or behaviors were associated with frequency of orgasm when sexually intimate during the past month. We consider sociocultural and evolutionary explanations for these orgasm gaps. The results suggest a variety of behaviors couples can try to increase orgasm frequency.