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Lifestyle Sex and Relationship 22 Sep 2017 Most women do not re ...

Most women do not reach climax through sexual intercourse alone, reveals new study

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Sep 22, 2017, 12:55 pm IST
Updated Sep 22, 2017, 12:55 pm IST
Academic study reveals that for most women, clitoral stimulation is necessary for them to have an orgasm.
The study highlights the fact that there is nothing called a universal ‘sex move’ that works for everyone. (Photo: Pixabay)
 The study highlights the fact that there is nothing called a universal ‘sex move’ that works for everyone. (Photo: Pixabay)

There is no universal sex move, reveals a new study.

According to the study, four out of five women fail to reach climax through sexual intercourse alone.

The findings act as a myth breaker that most women can orgasm through intercourse alone. During the study 75 per cent women reported that clitoral stimulation was necessary for them to have an orgasm.

The study was conducted by the Indiana University of Public Health- Bloomington.

According to researchers, women have a range of preferences when it comes to touching the genitals, location and pressure, highlighting the fact that there is nothing called a universal ‘sex move’ that works for everyone.

'The study results challenge the mistaken, but common, notion that there are universal sex moves that work for everyone,' said study author Brian Dodge, talking to The Daily Mail.

The study further highlighted the importance of couples having a talk about what they like inside the bedroom.

The report was published in the Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy.

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