One study from the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University (which may be the scientific study to cite Katy Perry’s “TGIF”) found that while 82% of men surveyed had a positive emotional reaction after a hook-up, only 53% of women did.Concurrently, women, it found, were only half as likely to orgasm during a casual hook-up as they would be in a committed relationship.
The 58-year-old revealed he and Maria broke down into tears during Paul's agonising revelation, and that Maria warned how he faced losing their two sons.
world, where vibrator sales are the new Tupperware parties and women are more empowered than ever to pursue their own sexual pleasure, it’s tempting to think that men and women have finally leveled the playing field when it comes to casual sex.
Women are increasingly feeling just as free to go out and find themselves a no-strings attached hook-up (which isn’t as easy as many men like to say it is…) and wondering when leaving her underwear behind is worth trying to just get out the door without waking him up. A pair of recently published studies highlight that there is something of a pleasure-gap between men and women when it comes to casual sex.
And despite the progress we have made over the years, this attitude continues to infect just about everything we do when it comes to sex. The fact is, we’re very bad at teaching ourselves about sex.
As I’ve said elsewhere, sex ed in this country is – at best – a plumbing manual and Moreover, we’re only now starting to realize just how much we’ve misunderstood female sexuality; most of our beliefs about female desire come from preconceived notions about male and female sexuality that we’re only just now starting to shake off.