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Gay Men Don’t Have the Most Orgasms, According to New Study Culture

Gay Men Don’t Have the Most Orgasms, According to New Study

Written by R. S. Benedict on February 24, 2017
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A new study published in Archives of Sexual Behavior found that heterosexual men have the most orgasms, and straight women have the least.

According to Chapman University scientists, 95% of straight men report that they usually/always orgasm during sex, compared to 89% of gay men and 88% of bisexual men.

The situation for women is dimmer, alas. Lesbians fared the best, with 86% orgasming during sex most or all of the time. But only 66% of bisexual women and 65% of heterosexual women usually/always orgasm.

What explains the discrepancy? Researchers suggested that “lesbian women are in a better position to understand how different behaviors feel for their partner” (i.e. straight boys are bad at vaginas). But if a same-sex relationship gives you an edge, than why do gay men lag behind? Maybe they’re just less focused on orgasms?

In conclusion: if you’re a woman, it’s better to be gay.

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