Casual Sex Isn’t Good For Orgasms
Casual sex can be a lot of fun. You just stick it in, squirm around for a while, then you cum, and you say, “Hey! That was pretty cool that we just had sex and we’re not even interested in each other. Let me know if you would like to have sex again sometime tomorrow. I’m going to go now.” And then you leave with absolutely no repercussions.
It’s way better than sex with my miserable wife. Whenever I’m about to leave after sex, she always says, “Where are you going?”
Thank goodness for cigarettes, otherwise I wouldn’t have an excuse to leave the house after having sex with my terrible wife.
Even though casual sex is more convenient than regular sex, a new study has found the one major flaw with keeping sex casual: WOMEN AREN’T HAVING ORGASMS. Women are more likely to have orgasms when they’re in a serious relationship over casual sex.
“The notion of sexual liberation, where men and women both had equal access to casual sex, assumed a comparable likelihood of that sex being pleasurable,” Kim Wallen, a professor of neuroendocrinology at Emory University explained to the New York Times. “But that part of the playing field isn’t level.”
The study that consisted of 600 college students found the women were 50% less likely to orgasm from oral sex or vaginal sex during a casual sexual “hook-up” than when they were in a relationship.
This confirms the findings of a similar study where only 40% of 24,000 female college students reached an orgasm during casual sex. Meanwhile nearly 75% of women in a relationship said that they could achieve an orgasm through sex.
So the choice is yours!
You can have sex with no strings attached and hardly any orgasms.
You can have sex with all the orgasms you want but also all the burden of a relationship.
Or you could just watch free porn on Sex.com and not worry about either.