Reasons why women fake orgasms

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There are many reasons to this, but clinical psychologist Dr Gerald Schoenewolt says the main cause is lack of communication.

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These are other reasons why women end up faking it:

You believe you need your happy ending

Women are conditioned to believe that they need to orgasm each time they have sex. Rather than lying there while he’s a few seconds away from ejaculating, you’d rather pretend like your mind is blown away as well.

You want to get it over and done with

Nothing ends sex like having a mutual orgasm. On those days when you’re tired, the last thing you want is be pounded for hours on end. So when you see him getting weak, you let out a moan that sounds as if you’re coming.

You don’t want to hurt his feelings

Sometimes you really like the guy and the relationship is going so perfect that you don’t want to spoil everything. It will be difficult to keep this up because you do need your happy ending after all.

You’ve never really had one

Founder of Victoria Milan – a sex and dating site – Sigurd Vedal conducted research, which revealed that about 58% of women in South Africa fake orgasms. If you’re one of the unlucky ones to have never had one, unfortunately the only option you have is to fake it.

He doesn’t know what he’s doing

Engaging in sex with someone who doesn’t know what he’s doing is every woman’s nightmare and the only way to end it is by faking it.

Sex experts agree that while faking orgasms can help end bad sex they do nothing for improving the experience. They suggest that you speak up in order to avoid having to fake it all the time.

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