Orgasms Fly Higher for Women in Relationships Study Says

Orgasms are more Frequent in Relationships Study SuggestsA recent study suggests that women are more likely to have an orgasm when in a serious relationship. Orgasms fly higher for committed women rather than those that settle for the average “booty call.” The new study has found that casual sex might never lead to a real orgasm for women.

While it is true that women are as likely as men to engage in casual sex, they usually aren’t as happy with the results. The benefits for women often fall much lower than those for men. The International Academy of Sex Research presented results from the study during their annual meeting which showed that for women orgasms fly higher when they are in a serious relationship as opposed to a casual hookup.

While it’s true that women are as likely as men to engage in casual sex, they usually aren’t as happy with the results. The benefits for women often fall much lower than those for men. The International Academy of Sex Research presented results from the study during their annual meeting which showed that for women orgasms fly higher when they are in a serious relationship as opposed to a casual hookup.

Justin R. Garcia led the study team during the investigation. Garcia is a biologist at Indiana University and colleagues at the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender and Reproduction. Garcia and his team also found that the desire to reach an orgasm was lower when it came to a one night fling for both men and women. This study consisted of 600 college students. What they found was whether women were engaged in oral sex or actual intercourse they were less likely to climax during a one night stand.

This new study supports prior research by Paula England, a sociologist from New York University. Similar information was found during her study which showed that out of 24,000 college-aged women just 40 percent reached an orgasm during casual sex. This study also revealed that 80 percent of men climaxed during a simple hookup. On the other hand, during this same study England found that close to 75 percent of women reached a serious orgasm when they were having sex with a partner who was in a relationship with them.     Study Suggests Casual Sex not as Fulfilling

England’s study was completed over five years and spanned 21 colleges. Researchers of the new study say that women usually don’t feel comfortable giving instructions concerning their wants and needs during casual sex. Men have admitted they aren’t as focused on pleasing a woman during a quick fling.

David Giraldo, 26-year-old male, said it’s always his mission to please his partner but he is not going to try as hard when he’s having sex with someone he doesn’t really care about.  Casey Romaine, 22-year-old female, said a quick hook up is usually about sharing an intimate moment as opposed to having a particularly good sexual experience. She said she believes that as weird as it sounds it’s almost irrelevant whether the sex is good or not.

Garcia told The New York Times that we have been sold this theory that we are living in an era where people can just be free sexually and have equal participation in society’s hookup culture. He said the fact of the matter is not every participant is having a good time.

A recent study by Martin A. Monto presented at The American Sociological Association suggests that the new hookup culture theory may not really exist; it might just be a myth.  Monto, a professor of sociology at the University of Portland, said that his study showed that college kids today aren’t having sex any more frequently than they did during the 80s and 90s.  Monto’s study found in the comparative study that there is no evidence of substantial changes in sexual behavior among contemporary college students that would validate the suggestion that there is a new or pervasive hookup culture.

A new study advocates that women are more likely to have an orgasm when in a serious relationship; casual sex might never lead to a real orgasm for women.  Results of the study suggest that orgasms fly higher for committed women rather than those that settle for the average one night stand.

By: Cherese Jackson (Virginia)

Sources:

Healthland
Nature World News
Atlantic Wire

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