Brit women who fake orgasms put on one in three climaxes, study reveals


WOMEN who fake orgasms do it once every three romps, say researchers.

Often they do so to end unenjoyable sex or simply because their lovers have peaked.

 Meg Ryan's performance in When Harry Met Sally is the most famous fake orgasm of all time

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Meg Ryan’s performance in When Harry Met Sally is the most famous fake orgasm of all timeCredit: Everett Collection – Rex Features

Other reasons include keeping their partner happy — especially if they fear they have been cheating.

In total, three out of four admitted faking at some point, as famously shown by Meg Ryan in 1989 film When Harry Met Sally.

CHEATERS CAN’T PLAY

But feminists are less likely to fake as they prioritise their own pleasure over their man’s.

The findings, revealed in the Archives of Sexual Behaviour, come from a study of 462 straight British women.

The study warns: “It may reflect a hesitancy to communicate honestly and openly about sex, including sexual preferences and difficulty experiencing orgasms.”

Lead researcher Dr Emily Harris, from Queens University, Canada, said: “Women who find it difficult to orgasm and women who suspect a partner of cheating are the most likely to have faked an orgasm.”

BED BORES

Sex therapist Phillip Hodson said the findings were worrying.

He said: “The idea that three quarters of modern heterosexual British women are faking orgasm in 2019 is frankly extraordinary.

 Feminists are less likely to fake it because they want their pleasure

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Feminists are less likely to fake it because they want their pleasureCredit: Getty – Contributor
 We should all be 'very worried' about how boring bedtime has become, says sex therapist Phillip Hodson

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We should all be ‘very worried’ about how boring bedtime has become, says sex therapist Phillip HodsonCredit: Handout

“I can only conclude British women are often more afraid of displeasing their lovers than caring whether they enjoy sex or not.

“It’s very bad news for the health of relationships because faking arousal — let alone orgasm — simply teaches partners what not to do in bed.”

Separate research suggests just a third of women always climax through penetrative sex. Three in four men report peaking each time.

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