Faking orgasm refers to the act of pretending to have an orgasm without
actually experiencing one. It usually means simulating or acting out
behaviors, such as body movements, vocal sounds, and sequences of
apparent intensification followed by apparent release, typically
associated with orgasm. It can also include giving verbal indications
that orgasm occurred.
Faking orgasm and gender
to popular beliefs, women are not the only gender to fake orgasms. In
web surveys 37–50% women and 31–48% of men admitted they had
faked orgasm at least once. A random-sample telephone poll of 1,501
Americans has shown that 48% of women and 11% of men faked orgasm.
Faking orgasms in men becomes easier while using condoms, since
ejaculation usually accompanies orgasm in males.
Reasons for faking an orgasm
Orgasm is not always achieved easily during sexual activity. In both sexes, the condition of being unable to orgasm
during sex is called anorgasmia; it can be caused by a variety of
factors, including factors in one's life such as stress, anxiety,
depression, or fatigue, as well as factors related to the sex itself,
including worry, guilt, fear of painful intercourse, fear of pregnancy,
the undesirability of a partner and the undesirability of a setting. It
can also be caused by drug use, including alcohol and other drugs, or
side effects from prescription drugs. People can fake orgasms for
number of reasons, such as when their partner wants them to orgasm but
they are unable, or when they desire to stop having sex but are not
comfortable telling their partner directly, avoiding negative
consequences, or for pleasing their partner. That women should fake
an orgasm was recommended by the Roman poet Ovid in his famous book Ars
Amatoria “ So, then, my dear ones, feel the pleasure in the very
marrow of your bones; share it fairly with your lover, say pleasant,
naughty things the while. And if Nature has withheld from you the
sensation of pleasure, then teach your lips to lie and say you feel it
all. Unhappy is the woman who feels no answering thrill. But, if you
have to pretend, don't betray yourself by over-acting. Let your
movements and your eyes combine to deceive us, and, gasping, panting,
complete the illusion. ” For women in a heterosexual
relationship, faking orgasm is often based on deference to the man, need
for his approval, or feelings of shame or sexual inadequacy. People
can also fake orgasms for reasons of display or presentation, such as
during phone sex or in pornography. Women tend to achieve orgasm during
sex less readily than men, and thus faking an orgasm is more common
among women. Most women require direct clitoral stimulation to achieve
orgasm. Not all sexual positions provide access to the clitoris, thus
making orgasms difficult to achieve for women during sex. Feminists
have pointed to women faking orgasm as a sign of male-centered
sexuality; in a society that celebrates only male sexual pleasure, women
may feel pressured to engage in acts that bring their male partners to
orgasm but that do not provide them physical pleasure. Women in a
discussion group in 1967 analyzed their motivations for faking orgasms
and decided that faking was a response to pressures placed upon them by
men. As such, the urge to fake an orgasm often sits in a broader context
of other problems with sexual repression or male-centered sexuality.
Many of these women also experienced feelings such as sexual rejection
by their partners, or on the other hand, unwanted sexual attention; some
were afraid to tell their partners what they wanted, and others said
their partners resented being told what they wanted. Hugo M. Mialon
developed a game theoretical analysis of faking orgasms as a signaling
game. Only some of the predictions of his model were consistent with
survey data used to check the validity of the model. Among other things,
the survey data suggested that both women and men who would be more
concerned if their partner were faking are less likely to fake
themselves, and that older women and men are more likely to fake than
younger ones. One study of orgasm found that women who fake orgasms
were more likely to neglect their partners and flirt with other men at
social gatherings; the authors of this study speculated that women who
fake orgasms may be more likely to engage in sexual intercourse with men
other than their partner, although they recommended caution at
interpreting their findings due to a small data set and a large number
of variables being studied. In therapy or counseling, women are
more likely to inaccurately portray their sexual behavior (such as by
claiming to orgasm when they do not) to a male therapist than to a
female one, although women may still withhold the same information from
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