Nearly one in four men are faking orgasms, says new study

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Mar 16, 2017, 4:16 pm IST
Updated Mar 16, 2017, 4:20 pm IST
They use a condom to do it without their partners knowing about it
Gay men faked an orgasm the most at 48 percent, followed by bisexual men at 34 percent and heterosexual men were the lowest at 25 percent. (Photo: AFP)
 Gay men faked an orgasm the most at 48 percent, followed by bisexual men at 34 percent and heterosexual men were the lowest at 25 percent. (Photo: AFP)

Women faking orgasms is a known fact because they often find it difficult to get one but a new study will surprise everybody. A new research says that men fake orgasms too and there are many who do so while having sex with their partner.

According to a report in the Huffington Post, there are quite a few men who fake their orgasms for many reasons while having sex. Experts after research said that gay men faked an orgasm the most at 48 percent, followed by bisexual men at 34 percent and heterosexual men were the lowest at 25 percent but quite a sizable number. While women faking their orgasms are known, most men used a condom to fake their orgasm to hide it from their partner.

Most of them do it in the heat of the moment when nobody is looking as the condom is on and finish with sex the same way. It is however tougher without a condom and so most of them resort to the latter if they want to fake an orgasm.





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