Every woman is different and every relationship is different, so it's not surprising that our experiences with orgasming are as vast and varied as we are. However, a new study, published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine , has been able to find the average time it takes a woman to orgasm. Scientists came to that conclusion after asking heterosexual females in longterm relationships to keep a record over a period of eight weeks. Times recorded ranged from Oral and other forms of sexual activity were discovered to be just as - if not more - important. This matches up with a study in that found straight women orgasm less during sex than any other gender or sexual orientation.
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By Marisa Dellatto. A new study has revealed exactly how long it takes the average straight woman to reach orgasm. The magic number? Women in the study, published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine last week, used a stopwatch to measure the time it took them to climax — perhaps not the ultimate turn-on, but for the sake of science, it revealed an important truth about the hard-fought path to female sexual pleasure.
Women Reveal How Long It Takes Them To Orgasm
You might sometimes hear people making jokes about how long someone "lasts" in bed, usually in reference to men. But how long sex "lasts" for women is a complicated question because it's mixing together a lot of assumptions about what acts are involved in a sexual encounter, how important orgasms are, and how women's orgasms actually work. A study found the average time it takes women to reach orgasm during sex with men is
In general, women reach orgasm more quickly during masturbation than during partnered sex, according to a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study. Orgasm latency — the amount of time it takes to climax — has been the focus of many studies of men in the context of premature ejaculation. But little was known about women and whether their experiences were different with or without a partner. It also considered latency for women who typically had orgasm difficulties. Researchers recruited 2, women average age 29 years to take part in a survey.