Scientists from Indiana University conducted a study and found differences between orgasms men and women. Only observation was attended by over six thousand volunteers aged 21 to 65 years. Each led an active sex life.
The volunteers had to tell through a questionnaire about their sexual orientation, the sensations during sex and intimate relationships.
It turned out to men it is much easier to achieve orgasm. According to the research results, the orgasm ends 85% of the intercourse of men and 63% of sex acts women.
Interestingly, lesbians reached orgasm more often than women in heterosexual pairs. Worst of all, with getting pleasure from sex was with bisexual women.
Women, scientists believe, better know their body. That is why they can experience several types of pleasure from sex, unlike men.