58 Per Cent of Women Admit to Faking Orgasms at Least Once With Their Partners

by Kathy Jones on  August 3, 2014 at 10:26 PM Sexual Health News
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Three in five women taking part in a survey admitted to have faked an orgasm at least once during their relationship while more than 93 percent of those admitted to have done it more than once.
 58 Per Cent of Women Admit to Faking Orgasms at Least Once With Their Partners
58 Per Cent of Women Admit to Faking Orgasms at Least Once With Their Partners

According to the survey by adult firm Anne Summers, only one in ten men have faked it, with 40 per cent saying they did it to avoid hurting their partner's feelings or because they're too tired to do the job.

The survey also found that although less men do it, they're apparently better at faking than women - or at least more paranoid about their partner's pleasure and only 16 per cent of ladies have ever having thought their man was faking it, compared to 58 per cent of men suspicious their playmate was putting it on.

Source: ANI

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