“I’m all about making her orgasm,” said a man interviewed for their study. from what I have seen, they’re not even trying to, you know, make it a mutual thing."Expecting an orgasm from a male hookup partner is even seen as demanding and rude.
Both additional hookups and additional activities tend to increase her rate of orgasm.Men are also not faster to climax than women; it takes women the same amount of time to orgasm during masturbation as it takes men, on average, to have an orgasm through intercourse: four minutes.Instead of being driven by biology, women’s rate of orgasm relative to men is a function of social forces.If they didn’t, he argued, there was something fundamentally wrong with their sexuality.
While his theory has been roundly debunked (as few as 25% of women will routinely have orgasms from intercourse), many female college students who don’t have orgasms this way assume there is something wrong with their sexual response.For one, we often bifurcate the sexual experience in line with gender norms: men are sexual (they experience desire) and women are sexy (they inspire desire).