Science Reveals The Best Sex Position For Female Orgasm

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It’s a pretty straightforward rule that men are always satisfied after sex. Women? Not so much.

According to a study, women have about one orgasm for every three that a man enjoys. And research shows that this is because the male orgasm largely relies on the nervous system. It’s basically a case of your johnson sending signals to the brain through the spinal chord in a ‘reflex loop’, and then happy days.

Women are a tad more complicated. The quest for the female orgasm has long been a mystery to many men, and it was believed to be down to a combination of emotional and mental factors – like confidence and the ability to trust.

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Now though, research shows that specific sexual positions during intercourse could be essential to determining whether a woman climaxes or not. According to a study by Mayo Clinic and the Indiana University School of Medicine in the journal Clinical Anatomy, the study shows it’s a case of ‘the migration of the clitoris’ during sex – basically, the closer it gets up towards the vaginal wall, the more likely she is to orgasm.

So for men looking to impress, couples trying to pursue it, or females who just want to get off, here’s some advice from the study:

Apparently we should ditch positions like ‘doggy style’ that don’t stimulate the key areas a woman needs to reach orgasm.

Instead, it was found that frontal positions like missionary and cowgirl were best at hitting the spot.

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We’d also recommend the ‘coital alignment technique’ – or more lovingly known as ‘cat’ – which should also be a surefire hit.

Mayo Clinic’s Dr. Jason Siegel told MailOnline:

If a woman is trying to achieve a vaginal orgasm, it seems like it tends to be more successful if the front wall of the vagina is more stimulated.

And if maths is your strong suit, the study says that the ideal angle of entry for ultimate stimulation is 30 to 45 degrees.

So there you have it – mystery solved.


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