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The Orgasm Gap FAQs And Ways To Close It

by Jekaterina Gussarova August 03, 2022 4 min read

The Orgasm Gap FAQs And Ways To Close It

The Orgasm Gap FAQs And Ways To Close It

How big is the orgasm gap? This is the question that most people find it challenging to answer. We will cover all you need to know about the orgasm gap and help you close it on this page.

During sex, men reach orgasm more than women. Recent research showed that more than 95% of men achieved 65% in women. The study was on heterosexual men and women. This example shows us how big the gap is. In simple words, women achieve orgasm two-thirds the rate men orgasm. The major factor contributing to the orgasm gapis men failing to recognize that their women need to orgasm. Most men assume sex is over after they orgasm without acknowledging whether their partners have achieved orgasms or not.

Some quick FAQS to help you understand the orgasm gap

  • What exactly is the orgasm gap?
  • Why does it exist?
  • How to close it?

What Is the Orgasm Gap?

The orgasm gap is also known as the pleasure gap. The pleasure gap means a consistent difference between how often women achieve orgasms. The orgasm gap varies with different studies. However, what remains constant is that men reach orgasms more than women during sex. Men tend to achieve orgasm quickly and easier than women as the penis requires less stimulation for you to ejaculate. Women need intense stimulation in their most erogenous zones to achieve orgasm. Men fail to know where to hit during sex to make their women orgasm.

This gap is more in men and women relationships. Straight couples have more orgasm gaps than other sex groups. For example, a poll study showed that gay and lesbian couples satisfy each other fully. All partners were most likely to achieve orgasm. Bisexual couples also tend to satisfy their partner more, with an average of 89% estimate of orgasming in gay, bisexual and lesbian couples. Then why is the orgasm gap more in straight couples? A few factors contribute to the existence of this pleasure gap.

Why Does the Orgasm Gap Exist?

Several factors cause the orgasm gap in most-straight relationships. They include;

Lack of Information On Women Sexual Anatomy

Based on a study, it was found out that most men and a few percentages of women failed to understand the female sexual anatomy. For instance, some men failed to identify the location of the clitoris and G-spot, which are responsible for orgasms in women.

The surprising fact was that some women could not identify their own clitoris and sweet spot. Failure to understand the female body anatomy is one of the leading factors of orgasm gap existence. The clitoris is a unique, fascinating organ in women. It's the only organ in women that serves one role, to provide pleasure during sex. The clitoris is a unique organ that can lead to an explosive orgasm in women. It's made of erectile tissues similar to the penis when erect. Beneath the clitoris surface is a sensitive surface that covers the vagina. The internal part of the clitoris stretches to the tip of the G-spot. Therefore, stimulating the clitoris during sex leads to orgasm as both erogenous zones are stimulated.

Inadequate Foreplay

For pleasurable sex in women, sexual arousal is very essential. Before penetration, the vagina needs to be well lubricated. Foreplay is an important step in lovemaking. It increases sexual arousal in women and lubricates the vagina walls to stretch and lengthen naturally. Most men tend to foreplay in a few minutes, leaving women not fully sexually aroused. Insufficient foreplay is a top cause of the orgasm gap.

The difference in How Long Men and Women Last in Bed

The average time men take to orgasm after entering the vagina is 5.4 minutes. Other studies show that the average man lasts for around 5 to 6 minutes of intercourse. Some men last fewer minutes than 6. Others can orgasm within seconds or even before penetration. Women last longer in bed than men. The average time for women to achieve orgasms from penetrative sex is 14-15 minutes. The difference in the time leads to orgasm gaps as men tend to stop the sex after orgasming.

How Can You Close the Orgasm Gap?

We have some tips that can help you reduce the orgasm with your lover. They include;

Understand The Female Sexual Anatomy

Nowadays, it's easy to obtain all information you need over the internet. You can read sex magazines or sites to know all the sensitive parts of women, like the clitoris, vulva, inner and outer labia, and more pleasure zones of the pussy. Understanding these parts makes it easy for you to explore her body and arouse her during sex or foreplay. Women can also identify their sweet spots and explain to their partners where they enjoy being touched, mostly during sex. Be a supportive partner to your woman.

Spot The Clitoris and Continue with More Sensory Stimulation

Finding the clitoris makes it easier for women to climax. Combining vaginal penetration with clitoris stimulation is the best to increase the chances of making your woman orgasm. Stimulate both the inner and outer portions of the clitoris to arouse your partner more.

Engage in Longer Foreplay Sessions

Women last longer than men in bed. Foreplay gives you enough time to compensate for the difference. You can engage in foreplay before penetration or after you cum to help your lover reach her climax too. Incorporate the use of sex toys, such as vibrators, dildos as you caress and explore, kiss, caress, pinch and grind your partner's erogenous zones. Ensure your woman orgasms too before stopping the sex act.

Communicate During and After Sex.

Talking to your partner helps you understand where they enjoy being rubbed most. Some shy women may fear expressing their feelings verbally. Pay attention to all non-verbal signs and keep going till she explodes in orgasm too.

The Bottom Line

 Most people really want to close or reduce the orgasm gapin their relationship. Orgasming is a very erotic act that induces pleasure in a partner and increases the bond between lovers. With this knowledge of what causes and how to close the orgasm gap, it's upon you and your lover to slowly close down this gap.

Jekaterina Gussarova
Jekaterina Gussarova


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