Closing The Orgasm Gap
The orgasm gap is real. But fortunately, with the right information, we can work on closing it together.
The orgasm gap exists strictly in heterosexual relationships. It refers to the fact that men orgasm more frequently than women. In fact, 95% of heterosexual men, reported that they ‘usually’ or ‘always’ experienced orgasm during sex, compared to 65% of women (and only 39% of college-aged women). The figures vary by study, but the conclusion remains: heterosexual men are coming more than the women they’re sleeping with.
So what gives? Why are straight women having less orgasms than their male counterparts? Two other gaps help explain this gendered issue.