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Anne Whateley
Feb 11, 2007
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Literally only 18% of women can come from PIV (source). She's very very very normal, she shouldn't feel insecure.

Also, a lot of whether you can/can't come from PIV is just due to anatomy, literally how close or far the clit is from the vagina. If it's close by, then it's incidentally stimulated during PIV, but if it's far, you have to deliberately try in order to get it involved. That's not due to "he's not ~The One~" or "it's my fault I can't relax" or any of those guilt trips, that's just anatomy.

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Ok Comboomer
Oct 20, 2007



Anne Whateley posted:

Literally only 18% of women can come from PIV (source). She's very very very normal, she shouldn't feel insecure.

That’s literally not what the article you cited says:

Nearly 37 percent of women responded that they needed clitoral stimulation to come, and another 36 percent responded that while they didn't require clitoral stimulation to orgasm, it did enhance the experience. Eighteen percent of respondents said vaginal penetration alone was sufficient for orgasm, and 9 percent reported that they didn't have orgasms during intercourse, or achieved orgasm in other ways, such as oral sex.”

Anne Whateley
Feb 11, 2007
i like nice words


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18 percent of women who said that vaginal penetration alone was enough to come

Ok Comboomer
Oct 20, 2007




You said PIV, not penetration alone, and—again—read the part in the article where 36% of respondents said that they didn’t require clitoral stimulation to have an orgasm [presumably during penetrative sex] but that it made the experience of orgasm better and more enjoyable.

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Dec 10, 2011

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Ok Comboomer posted:

You said PIV, not penetration alone, and—again—read the part in the article where 36% of respondents said that they didn’t require clitoral stimulation to have an orgasm [presumably during penetrative sex] but that it made the experience of orgasm better and more enjoyable.

The ordering of the data is misleading, though, as is the form of the question. Are the 18% women whose clits get oversensitised easily so they can only come from PIV alone, or are they women for whom clitoral stimulation doesn't improve their orgasm?

But yeah, what the data is saying is that 91% of women can orgasm from PIV including 36% who get more pleasure from clitoral stimulation and 37% who actively need it to come. And some of the remaining 9% can get off on clitoral stimulation without your dick. So get looking for the little man in the boat, you asshats, because at least three in four women want some attention paying to it.

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Hyperlynx
Sep 13, 2015



As a fetus develops, the same precursor organ turns into either a penis or a clitoris. Same deal for a scrotum and a vagina (more or less)

So yeah, getting off with clitoral stimulation only is kind of the norm. Getting off only from vaginal stimulation is like coming only from having your balls sucked.

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