Women more likely to orgasm if they go on top, rock pelvis during sex

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Dec 15, 2018, 11:26 am IST
Updated Dec 15, 2018, 11:26 am IST
Experts said the technique is easiest to perform in a sideways position, or when a woman is “on top, sitting, or doggie-style”.
Those who moved their pelvis back and forth enjoyed an extra 0.6 orgasms per sex session. (Photo: Pixabay)
 Those who moved their pelvis back and forth enjoyed an extra 0.6 orgasms per sex session. (Photo: Pixabay)

Guys, do you wonder when your partners are more likely to orgasm during sex? A new study now says that women are more likely to orgasm if they go on top for sex.

According to experts, the move is important since movement sends blood surging to sensitive areas.

 

Those who moved their pelvis back and forth enjoyed an extra 0.6 orgasms per sex session.

Experts said the technique is easiest to perform in a sideways position, or when a woman is “on top, sitting, or doggie-style”.

In contrast, holding body still during sex tends to tense the pelvic-floor muscles, in the process cutting blood flow and overall sensation.

Speaking about it, the lead author of the study Dr Annette Bischof-Campbell, of the University of Zurich, said that teaching women to move their pelvis and trunk back and forth in swinging movements is more likely to help their arousal.

The first study of its kind, the researchers quizzed 1,237 women aged 18 to 75 about their love lives, and was published in the Journal of Sex Research.

Elucidating on the study sex therapist Phillip Hodson said that while the back and forth motion could theoretically be in any position, one would imagine a woman best practising this on top.

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