What percent of the time do women reach orgasm during vaginal intercourse? Multiple studies have been published on this topic, but the results have varied consideriably, making it difficult to draw firm conclusions. Why have the findings been so different from one study to the next? It matters a lot. This is problematic because it means that different women may be interpreting the question in different ways.
How Often Do Women Orgasm During Sex? – Kinsey Institute Research & Institute News
By Michael Marshall. Ejaculation is just one of the aspects of female sexuality that are being demystified by research. In particular, the female orgasm, the subject of so many myths and folk beliefs, is gradually being understood. Following some intense field research, here are some of the key facts about the female orgasm, as revealed by modern science. The G spot is a small region in the vagina that, if stimulated, can produce wildly intense orgasms — or so the popular claim goes. The researchers have since begun teaching women with G spots how to put them to use. The effect was less striking in men, but that may be because male orgasms are so short they are hard to detect in a brain scan.