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New research reveals that women are less likely to climax when having a casual sexual encounter than they are in a relationship. Researchers talked to college students and asked them to take a 3-item scale that rated their attitudes towards casual sex, with "1" being the most traditional and "5" being the most liberal.
Traditional sexual attitudes meant that the person felt that sex and love should go hand-in-hand. About 36 percent of surveyed women and 12 percent of men scored 2 or below which reflected more traditional views, while 13 percent of women and more than 40 percent of men reported very liberal attitudes with scores of 4 or above.
Participants were also asked how often they climaxed during sex in a relationship and a random encounter. The researchers found that both men and women were more likely to orgasm when they were in a relationship than when they were hooking up with someone.
When it came to casual encounters, women overall were half as likely to orgasm from oral sex or intercourse compared to other women who were in a relationship.
Women who were more traditional in their views about sex were less likely to climax compared to those with more liberal scores on the survey. Men were shown to have similar rates of orgasm regardless of their traditional or liberal views towards casual sex. He believes that women may not be as comfortable as men Woman seeking casual sex Climax telling their random partner what they want and need from their sexual experience. Because of the sexual double standard, women may feel they aren't entitled to feel pleasure or interfere in the experience.
On the other hand, men may not be as concerned about pleasuring their partner if it's just a fling, Massey said. The New York Times reported that a study of 24, students at 21 different colleges revealed that only 40 percent of women had an orgasm during their last casual encounter. A whopping 80 percent of men experienced climax. Massey acknowledged that the study did qualify that a casual encounter was a sexual experience with a person that the participant was not in a committed relationship with, the researchers defined a hookup as a short-term casual sexual encounter.
They did not qualify which activities that included, which could range from a make out session to intercourse. Most of the people qualified a hookup as more than kissing, and the researchers did not restrict it to kissing. The research is currently in review for publication and was presented in at the International Academy of Sex Research and Annual Convention for Psychological Science annual meetings. Chrome Safari Continue.
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Women less likely to orgasm from casual sex: Study