Survey Finds More Than Half of Men and Women Fake Orgasms

by Kathy Jones on  August 19, 2013 at 8:40 PM Sexual Health News
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Around 61 percent of men and 62 percent of women have faked an orgasm, a new survey has found.

When the New York Post asked its respondents whether they described their sexual liasons to their best friend, 57 percent of women said no versus 50 percent of men.
 Survey Finds More Than Half of Men and Women Fake Orgasms
Survey Finds More Than Half of Men and Women Fake Orgasms

'Mad Men' and 'True Blood' ranked the highest when people were asked to pick out a TV show from which they wanted to live out a sex fantasy.

49 percent said that they had texted or e-mailed nude or lewd photographs of themselves to someone else.

70 percent considered sexting someone else in a relationship, cheating while 30 percent disagreed.

The poll found that the ideal point at which to have sex for the first time is the third date.

The poll was conducted by the publication on 700 New Yorkers, out of which two-thirds of the respondents were men, and nearly half were aged 18-34.

Source: ANI

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