The type of tension that helps women reach orgasm is muscle tension (myotonia). ... But it turns out that muscle tension is often necessary for an orgasm. In my experience, the majority of women learn to have their first orgasm by incorporating a fair amount of leg, abdominal, and buttock tension.

Straight women are less likely to have an orgasm during sexual intimacy than any other group — including straight men, gay men, lesbians, bisexual men and bisexual women — according to a new study whose title could be "Duh."
The study, completed by Chapman University, #IndianaUniversity and the Kinsey Institute, displays that the reason for this appears to be connected to the lack of agency that heterosexual women take over prioritizing their own pleasure. The study also showed that there is a lack of awareness that heterosexual men have about how to please their women. 

More than 52,000 adults of different sexual orientations participated in the survey portion of the study. The results determined that heterosexual men usually or always have an orgasm 95 percent of the time, while gay men reported having an orgasm 89 percent of the time, and bisexual men were close behind at 88 percent. 
As for women, lesbians were reported to have an orgasm 86 percent of the time that they're sexually intimate, but when a male was added to the equation, the numbers changed drastically. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Bisexual women reported having an orgasm only 66 percent of the time. While heterosexual women raked in at 65 percent. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

Based on the study, the best way for women to increase their chances of having an orgasm are to engage in foreplay and to also be expressive about what is pleasurable for you
Results determined that women who followed these rules ultimately had more orgasms than women that didn't.

coco's note:
Hmmm..okay oh

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