Fake orgasm? How about the real thing instead?
Many women (and some men) fake orgasm to get sex over with and avoid hurting their lover’s feelings. But one fake orgasm just ends up leading to another.
If you avoid communicating about what you really need to have the real deal, you’ll end up with a lover who doesn’t know how to please you!
The solution is to start communicating (verbally and non-verbally) about what authentically turns you on so you can get more of what works for you. Over time, this will add up to a highly orgasmic sex life!
How Common Are Fake Orgasms?
Fake orgasms are more common than you might imagine. One study shows that 80% of women fake orgasms at least half the time! Many men fake orgasms too!
Many people fake orgasm to get mediocre sex over with. Others fake orgasm to avoid hurting their lover’s feelings. The problem is, when you fake an orgasm you are giving your lover false information about your sexual responses. Imagine if your lover cooked you the same meal every week because they thought you liked it. Eventually, you’d have to speak up and ask for something else.
The same is true in the bedroom. Unless you are willing to communicate about what authentically arouses you and brings you to orgasm, you’ll never be able to have a fulfilling sex life.
Remember, most women do not experience orgasm during intercourse. For more on why and how to truly pleasure a woman, check out our free podcast episodes on Female Orgasm During Intercourse
In this podcast episode we explore how to start getting real with your lover so you can stop faking and start making love that is truly satisfying.
We also discuss whether or not you should disclose to your lover if you’ve been faking orgasms all along.
Should I Confess That I Have Been Faking Orgasms?
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