In today’s HER Daily Dose we find out that even though it’s women who usually get the bad rap for faking orgasms, a recent survey found that men fake them too.
Hi I’m Bailey Mosier and in today’s HER Daily Dose we find out that even though it’s women who usually get the bad rap for faking orgasms, a recent survey found that men fake them too.
Surveys of 49,000 men and 1,000 women on Askmen.com and TresSugar.com found 54 percent of female respondents reported faking an orgasm, while 34 percent of men said they'd faked it at least once. But why would a man pretend to orgasm because aren’t they able to climax easily? Yes, most men do, but a relatively rare condition known as delayed ejaculation is apparently increasing. When a man realizes he isn't going to orgasm, faking it seems like a good option.
I think the overall message here is that we’re all in this together. Men and women feel pressure to fake orgasms sometimes and sometimes it’s simply that we just can’t have them. But you’re not alone. If you have a story to share, please feel free to comment below and join me here at EmpowHER.com every weekday for more on women’s health.
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faking orgasm is nothing but pretending to have already attaining ejaculation. It happens to me now and then when i tell my wife that ejaculation is over when iam not in mood for sex and also when the errection of my penis is weakened. I wear plastic silicon ring around my penis to keep my penis inflated and teeming with life.---prasad, IndiaAugust 20, 2012 - 8:38am
There's usually a physical expulsion with the physical reaction for a guy, unless you're using a condom and hide the evidence. Or you can claim tantric without the fluid (not to be gross), but for guys this is a hard issue to fake.August 13, 2012 - 12:35pm