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Straight and bisexual men more likely to orgasm every time they have sex

Straight and bisexual men more likely to orgasm every time they have sex

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Straight and bisexual men are more likely to say they orgasm every time they have sex, a survey shows.

YouGov surveyed Americans on whether and how often they climax when having sex and the results show a great divide between men and women.

The research specifically surveyed people who have sex with a partner and are willing to share how often they climax during sex.

More than half (53%) of men say they have an orgasm every time compared to just a quarter (25%) of women.

Moreover, the research shows that a third of both women (34%) and men (32%) climax ‘most of the time’. Overall, women are almost twice as likely as men to orgasm about half of the time (15% vs 8%).

Finally, 9% of women who have sex with a partner and were willing to share how often they orgasm say that it ‘never’ happens for them.

Orgasm frequency according to sexual orientation

orgasm frequency bar chart
Source: YouGov

Bisexual and straight men seem to be more likely to orgasm every time, with 55% and 54% respectively.

The same is true for 46% of gay men, 41% of lesbian women, 24% of heterosexual women and 18% of bisexual women.

Bisexual women are the least likely to orgasm when having sex with a partner (9%). Lesbian women who never orgasm during sex are 10%.

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