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Four out of five women fail to reach climax through sexual intercourse alone, a new study has revealed.
The findings break the myth that most women can orgasm through intercourse.  
And 75 percent of females reported that clitoral stimulation was necessary for them to have an orgasm.
US researchers also reported that women have ‘a diverse set’ of preferences when it comes to genital touch, location and pressure.
They note from the findings of their poll of 1,000 women aged 18 to 94 that there are no universal ‘sex moves that work for everyone’.
This highlights the importance of couples having conversations about their preferences and desires, the report in the Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy states.

‘The study results challenge the mistaken, but common, notion that there are universal sex moves that work for everyone,’ said study author Brian Dodge, associate professor in the Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington.
Aiming to ‘fill the gap in scientific and public understanding of sexual pleasure’, the team found 18 percent could experience the big ‘O’ from vaginal penetration alone and nearly 75 percent said that clitoral stimulation was either necessary for them to climax during intercourse, or helped their orgasms feel better.

 

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