Posts tagged "faking orgasms"

Guy Talk: A Guide To Faking Male Orgasms

There was nothing wrong with her. She was not to blame. She was the apotheosis of lust, comprising every element of cisgendered sex from the grrrl-next-door to the bust-down. I wanted her. I needed her. It’s just that this time — this one time — I couldn’t orgasm. Yes, I loved sex, and yes, I…

By: Frank Soliel / May 7, 2012

How Guys Fake Orgasms Remains A Mystery

According to a new study published in the Journal of Sex Research, 28 percent of  male college students admitted to faking orgasms during intercourse, oral sex and manual stimulation. The reasons guys pretended to orgasm were similar to those cited by the females — they wanted sex to be over, they wanted to please their…

By: Ami Angelowicz / April 30, 2012

Why Women Really Fake Orgasms

According to a new study done at Temple University, about 60 percent of women have faked it at some point. An orgasm that is.

I would be lying if I said I wasn’t one of them. I fake it often.

The big mystery plaguing scientists is why? Why are women pretending…

By: Anonymous / June 10, 2011

Confessions Of A Male Orgasm Faker

Over at the Village Voice‘s Runnin’ Scared blog, Foster Kamer has a pretty amusing interview with a guy who’s faked his orgasms. Men fake orgasms, too? Yup. According to a recent study, 17 percent of men report having faked an orgasm. That raises all kinds of questions. Including, how the hell do they do that?

By: Susannah Breslin / November 9, 2010

The Real Reasons Why Men Fake Orgasms

Wait, men fake orgasms?! According to Elizabeth Black of AlterNet.org, they do for more than one reason, but they all stem from one place: machismo. Men supposedly want to convey that they’re in a constant state of being ready to ravish you and worry that they’ll seem unmanly if they try to get out of…

By: Simcha / January 4, 2010

Bring Home The Bacon…Or The Sex

Sarah Katherine Lewis used to be a sex worker, but she’s also a bacon enthusiast, and, somehow, she has combined these two aspects of herself into a book called, Sex and Bacon: Why I Love Things That Are Very, Very Bad for Me. Interestingly enough, Sarah doesn’t like to combine sex and food in her…

By: Catherine Strawn / June 2, 2008