Female orgasms rely on penis size and mental focus!
It found that regularity of vaginal orgasms depends on a number of factors including the length of the penis, the duration of intercourse, and the ability to mentally focus on vaginal sensations. But it concluded that the duration of foreplay was not a factor.
One-third of the women (34%) said that they were more likely to have an orgasm with a longer than average penis [14.5 centimetres], but nearly two-thirds said that they had no preference.
“Given that the vagina [has a high nerve density] throughout… more thorough stimulation of the full length of the vagina… might result in a more fulfilling experience,” the paper’s authors write.
Before we males race out and try to improve our standing, read on – – –
Dr Vivienne Cass, an adjunct professor at Curtin University of Technology in Perth and author of The Elusive Orgasm, worries about the motivations of research that emphasises vaginal over clitoral orgasms.
She sees this emphasis as part of the increasing “medicalisation of sexuality”. “Women who can’t achieve vaginal orgasms are treated as sick.”
She says if they are treated as sick then drug companies might be able to sell them a pill. “We have to understand that we are not studying orgasms in a nice, value-free, scientific context.”
So does size really matter?
All may not be lost. Perhaps there is more to technique than equipment.
Or is the dreaded conspiracy of women yet again finding sops for our masculine ego.
I guess the question, from a male perspective, remains unanswered.
Based on an article in the ABC Online News.