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This Is Who's Most Likely to Orgasm, According to Science - Health race to orgasm

More and more studies are shedding light on the "orgasm gap," which refers to how men orgasm during sex more frequently than women. But why does this gender gap exist, and what can be done to achieve orgasm equality? After all, about 40% of women experience sexual dysfunction.

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Especially in long-term relationships, sex can become a routine race to orgasm, and that gets boring for everyone, even when you finish. I'd be.

Researchers found that the ability to achieve orgasm varies widely here that we can't purely attribute to culture, upbringing, religion or race.

When it comes to women reaching the big O, sexual orientation seems to play a role, according to a study published in a recent issue of The.