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

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

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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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