Sexual well-being guru Dr. Kanwal Bawa urges women to stop faking their orgasms. Instead, she has tips for anyone to improve the quality of sex.
Dr. Kanwal Bawa shared the observation while speaking on her podcast. A large number of women still feel compelled to act out an orgasm they haven’t experienced just to please their partner. However, few people know that such lies do more harm than good. Appearing on the podcast “Dr. Sex Fairy”, the doctor warned women to stop behaving like this, because such faking orgasms endangers the relationship.
“Such behavior is harmful to both partners. When one remains satisfied and the other is upset because they have not experienced any pleasure. Then there is a gap, a lack of intimacy and mutual trust.”
Openness is the most important thing, and Kanwala also shared the results of a recent study. About 2 thousand women participated in it. Going deeper into the results of the study, it was noticed that only 52 percent of women experience orgasm during sex. Meanwhile, another study conducted with a similar sample of participants found that only 64 percent of women were able to experience orgasm, while the figure for men was much higher at 91 percent. Such results once again prove what a problem it is and reveal the huge gap between women’s and men’s ability to satisfy themselves.
“The most important thing is for women to be honest not only with their partner, but also with themselves, knowing their sexual needs and desires. To achieve mutual satisfaction, it is necessary to talk with your partner and find out what is best for both of you. Only by having open conversations with their partners, women will be able to have a full sexual experience,” adds the doctor.