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#4 has me wondering... is it specific to speech? Or do women like the sounds of sex?
Personally, I like all the sounds, not just the voices. Although, obviously, the whole thing in a symphony together is the best
I'm curious where this data is coming from. I spy at least one that is quite incorrect according to what I've learned as a graduate-level sexologist, particularly the "updated" numbers for women who can orgasm through vaginal penetration alone. I'm automatically suspicious of these kinds of throw-away numbers, unless I have more information about the research. Are the two studies in question the same (using the same questionnaire, setting, demographic, etc)? If so...I'm wondering if the results aren't skewed simply by way of societal expectations influencing responses.
I wonder if people tended to answer that way more because of what we infer culturally from our entertainment and the way that we are expected to answer. What we see in the movies is that the ideal orgasm is one that occurs from penetrative intercourse (especially in perfectly timed, exact unison with our partners). "Of COURSE I can come from fucking alone! Wouldn't I be less of a woman, less of a sexual being, less of a great partner if I couldn't do that?" LOAD. OF. CRAP. Upwards of 75% of women cannot orgasm from p-in-v sex alone and those that can...who's to say how regularly it even happens?
Sorry. That is just a huge pet peeve of mine. So many women are without the ability to have that kind of orgasm, yet we're "told" all the time that that's the BEST kind of orgasm. Wrong, wrong, wrong. Whatever kind of orgasms you have...THOSE are the best kind.