That sucks, because feeling like a good lover is probably a high priority for most people, but especially men, whose very sense of masculinity is tied to their ability to be a tiger in the sack. One widely cited survey found 80 percent of women admit to faking orgasms at least half the time, and another 25 percent fake it 90 percent of the time. If you dive deeper into that study, as sex writer Brian Alexander did for NBC News, there is more information about how exactly women do this. Of course, there are other reasons why under that umbrella reason.
Making orgasm the sole goal leaves out the fact that the whole experience can be pleasurable, and stops us from having more nuanced conversations about sexual pleasure that go beyond demanding orgasms. Skip navigation! Story from Sex. Pretty much every person with a vagina has heard or read that they "deserve" to come. I knew how good — nay, necessary — it was for my mental health to come. These examples, of course, are from my own personal experience of sleeping with men, but I have a feeling many straight women out there will be able to relate. If you want to come, you and your partner should be actively working towards that.
This Is What It Sounds Like When 20 Women Fake Orgasms At Once
Photo via Wikimedia Commons. I rarely fake orgasms because I don't believe someone who is fucking you poorly deserves that kind of payoff. More importantly, faking an orgasm is the biggest dick move you can pull on another girl.
A fake orgasm occurs when a person pretends to have an orgasm without actually experiencing one. It usually involves simulating or acting out behaviors typically associated with orgasm, such as body movements, vocal sounds, and sequences of intensification followed by apparent release. It can also include giving verbal indications that orgasm occurred.