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Men's Little Helper For Faking Orgasms

Men just keep getting pushier and pushier with their quest for gender equality! We know they fake orgasms — yet another study today points out 17 percent of men have — but beyond theatrics a man's orgasm is more cut and dry (or, whatever!).

So how are they getting away with it? Michele Promaulayko, editor in chief of Women's Health, says condoms are their secret weapons. It's that simple and, fortunately, safe. "Physically, it's harder to pull off," she said, "but if you are having safe sex, it's not that obvious."

Yet, it does put women on the other side of the bed. Last year 69 percent of you fessed up to faking it, but how do you feel about sham orgasms for your benefit?


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turtleshell turtleshell 5 years
I feel like faking orgasms leads to worse sex. How is your partner going to learn how to please you if you're reactions to what they're doing are fake?
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 5 years
There was once I thought a guy may have faked it, I was on the pill so we weren't using a condom. He pulled out but there was no mess... I didn't call him out on it, but it was awkward. We weren't compatible in bed and we were hung over anyway and I just don't think he was into it.
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