Cannabis and Orgasm Inequality – Solving the Dry Partner Phenomenon You Never Knew About!
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Cannabis and Orgasm Inequality – The Problem you didn’t know existed!
A recent article in Marijuana Moment brought to my attention the problem of “Orgasm Inequality”. It covered a study that was led by Amanda Moser of East Carolina University and published in the Journal of Cannabis Research.
The Denver-based sexologist, surveyed 811 adults who have used cannabis and found that greater perceived sexual functioning and satisfaction can be achieved regardless of age or gender.
It appears that cannabis is a true aphrodisiac, with over 70% of participants reporting increased desire and improved orgasms when using cannabis before sex. And for those who prefer solo play, cannabis also enhances pleasure with 62.5% of participants reporting enhanced pleasure while masturbating.
But the study’s findings are especially relevant for women’s pleasure. The results “suggest that cannabis can potentially close the orgasm inequality gap,” the authors write, referring to past findings that women who have sex with men are typically less likely to orgasm than their partners.
So, ladies and gentlemen, next time you’re looking to spice things up in the bedroom, consider reaching for some cannabis.
Orgasm inequality refers to the disparity in the likelihood of men and women experiencing orgasm during sexual activity.
Studies have shown that men are more likely to orgasm during sexual intercourse than women. Of course, we don’t really need studies to prove that men cum quicker. This phenomenon is often referred to as the “orgasm gap” and can be attributed to a variety of factors, including societal and cultural influences, lack of education and communication about sexual pleasure, and biological differences between men and women.
Here’s a few more reasons why women aren’t cumming as often as men:
Lack of Communication: One of the most common reasons why women don’t experience orgasm during sex is due to a lack of communication between partners. This could include not knowing what feels good for the woman, not understanding her sexual preferences, or not being comfortable enough to express these desires.
Physical Factors: Certain physical factors can also play a role in preventing women from experiencing orgasm during sex. These can include pain during intercourse, vaginal dryness, or other health conditions such as vaginismus which causes spasms of the vaginal muscles that can make intercourse uncomfortable or impossible.
Psychological Factors: Psychological factors can also play a role in preventing women from experiencing orgasm during sex. These can include stress, anxiety, or past experiences that have left a negative impact on the woman’s sexuality. Additionally, women with low self-esteem, or body image issues may also find it hard to orgasm.
However, I believe that the main reason is because their partners don’t know how to please them. This is because most men are eager to get “off” and get on with their lives. Especially in a world of “one night stands”.
Yet when you “know what you’re doing” and you understand how to touch your partner…you can actually get women to cum quicker than men. In fact, you can give a woman multiple orgasms prior to even inserting your member into her cave of passion. Not to mention, some women can even experience orgasm via a story…literally, you could tell them how you’re gonna make them cum and they can do the rest.
However, most men are not such considered lovers but it seems that cannabis has the ability to mend this gap. But how exactly can a plant-based substance help close this divide? The answer lies in a combination of factors that work together to create a more satisfying sexual experience for everyone involved.
First, cannabis has a reputation for making people less self-conscious and more relaxed. For women, this can mean feeling less inhibited and more comfortable expressing their desires. For men, it can mean being more attuned to their partners’ needs and responding accordingly.
Second, cannabis is known to enhance the senses, particularly taste, touch, and smell. This can lead to a more immersive and pleasurable sexual experience, as the body is able to fully engage with the sensation of touch and the other person’s presence.
Third, cannabis has been shown to help people “match frequency” with their partners, both physically and mentally. This can lead to a deeper connection and understanding, as well as a more satisfying sexual experience for both parties.
So, next time you’re looking to spice up your sex life, consider reaching for a little bit of the green stuff. With its ability to make us less self-conscious, more attuned to our partners, and more in tune with our own bodies, cannabis just might be the key to closing the orgasm gap once and for all.
So get stoned and get boned!
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