When you're in a relationship, there's nothing more intense than superconnected sex. And, with that goal in mind, the ultimate endeavor is a dual orgasm. But it can be tricky to pull off, so we asked readers what their roadblocks are to peaking together.
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But how often do we hear the nitty-gritty of how we can actually better understand our deepest desires and most embarrassing questions? Bustle has enlisted Vanessa Marin, a sex therapistto help us out with the details. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions remain anonymous.
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By Tracey Cox. The myth of the simultaneous orgasm is still clutching onto the bed sheets tenaciously - and judging by the amount of couples on telly still moaning 'Yes! The reality is, you'd be hard pressed to find the same scene recreated in bedrooms at home because couples rarely climax together.
According to a 4,person survey by the sex toy company Lovehoney89 percent of couples have orgasmed at the same time, 37 percent do half the time or more, and the average couple orgasms simultaneously once every three times they're intimate. Those numbers sound absurdly high to you? They did to us too—and sex therapist Vanessa Marin, who teaches an online course about orgasms called Finishing Schoolthinks they should be way lower. A Lovehoney rep tells us the data were collected through the company's social media accounts and emails to customers, so it's possible the high proportion of sex toy users in the sample biased the results, especially since 95 percent of the women said they found it easier to orgasm with toys.
Any kind of orgasm is pretty awesome, but without a doubt, the pinnacle of peaking is the simultaneous Big O, or Wegasm, to borrow a term coined by the condom connoisseurs at Durex. Sex can be spectacular no matter who blasts off first, but there's good reason to try for the somewhat elusive synchronized O: According to a recent study in The Journal of Sexual Medicineconcurrent climaxes during intercourse are associated with stronger relationships, more sizzling sex lives, and a happier outlook on life. A deeper understanding of how everything can click at once may be all you really need to experience a synced-up grand finale.