Research reveals a “golden trio” combination of genital stimulation, oral sex, and deep kissing is most likely to give her an orgasm.
Researchers at Chapman University recently published a study in the Archives of Sexual Behavior which looked at the sex lives of 52,000 straight and gay monogamous partners between the ages of 18 and 65. Specifically, they asked about the orgasm, how often each person achieved it during sex, and what was the route taken to that orgasm.
The study offers insight into how women reach orgasm most consistently. “80 percent of heterosexual women and 91 percent of lesbians always or usually orgasm with a combination of genital stimulation, deep kissing and oral sex – but without vaginal sex.” The study calls genital stimulation, deep kissing, and oral sex the ‘Golden Trio‘ of reaching an orgasm for women. Conversely they found that “very little” effects whether or not a man will orgasm. Which … fair enough.
The study went on to quiz men on how best to get their partner off and found that “about 30% of men actually think that intercourse is the best way to give her orgasm.” The co-author of the research, Professor Elisabeth Lloyd, put it this way, “that is sort of a tragic figure because it couldn’t be more incorrect.”
Only 35 percent of straight women say that they orgasm during vaginal sex and 44 percent say that they never, or rarely do.