Can you tell if your girlfriend faked an orgasm?

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  1. profile image54
    SOLAR383posted 8 years ago

    Can you tell if your girlfriend faked an orgasm?

    Why do women fake orgasms- isnt that cheating even though it is to please your man & shouldnt you both explore each other & find ways to prevent faking?

    There are signs of a women who has a true orgasm yet some men dont read these signs, without these signs a women has faked an orgasm.

    Easy to follow sign is the bloodflow rush kneck upwards to the womens face with changes in face imression this could be also rolling back of eyes etc depending on the intensity of an orgasm.

    Its all about exploring each other if we all did that there was no need for a women to ever fake an orgasm.

  2. Vanessa Burge profile image61
    Vanessa Burgeposted 8 years ago

    You're right... In a sense.
    Only 20 percent of women are able to orgasm with intercourse alone, most women need some sort of direct clitoral stimulation.  But, as a woman I can say, that not all men know how to do that.
    Faking an orgasm is wrong, but sometimes women feel like it's necessary, for the partners ego. 
    And by the way, not all women roll back their eyes, even on an intense climax.

  3. Jaggedfrost profile image75
    Jaggedfrostposted 8 years ago

    ... crass or odd for a man to be bold enough to address the issue of how to improve intimacy. Considering the statistic that only twenty percent of women are actually satisfied sexually, a man is usually the last person anyone expects to hear from.... read more

  4. puebloman profile image59
    pueblomanposted 8 years ago

    I see nothing wrong in faking orgasms. I do it frequently myself and it often, or perhaps just sometimes, it takes me and my partner into unexpected places.

    Men do sometimes fake orgasms you know, sometimes because they like their partners.

    The crass and literal idea of truth that you propose is very unsexy. Wanting to demonstrate to your partner that they are giving you a good time is very sexy and very loving. The idea that you should both sit down afterwards with a notebook and work out who told the truth and who didn't, is crap.

  5. c.ruiz profile image57
    c.ruizposted 8 years ago

    When a guy really thinks he is pleasing his girl I don't think much else matters, so they don't bother to look for the real signs. The thrill of pleasing her is excitement enough. So most guys can't tell if their girlfriend is faking an orgasm or not.
    Either they suck at it or us girls are really good at faking them wink

  6. svencill profile image61
    svencillposted 8 years ago

    Women have four different kinds of orgasms: The affirmative (Oh yes, oh yes), The negative (Oh no, oh no), The religious (Oh god, oh god), and The fake ( Oh solar383, oh solar383).

  7. Jim Bryan profile image67
    Jim Bryanposted 8 years ago

    Can I tell if a woman is faking it? Perhaps not always, especially regarding the smaller ones. Can I tell if a woman has had a really intense orgasm? Yes, and always so. As a woman begins to orgasm, invariably her vagina begins to spasm (the more intense the orgasm, the more intense the spasms). This physical reaction as part of the female orgasm also serves the biological purpose of increasing the the likelihood of successful impregnation (the spasms "roll" toward the cervix, helping the semen along in their journey). If paying attention, the man will feel the spasms. When this occurs, mutual orgasm becomes more likely, as well.

    As to whether or not it's somehow "bad" to fake one, I would say it depends on a a multitude of factors, intent being chief among them. I've faked a few in my day when my partner orgasmed, but I was just too tired or had already fired more rounds than the chamber holds, as it were. I enjoyed the experience, had generally already had at least one, and it seemed my partner at the time really needed the reassurance. If your partner is able to bring you to that moment, but just didn't this time (or won't, and it's not their fault), I'd say its probably ok.

    If they don't regularly meet your needs, but can do so, then try to talk to them about doing the right things (especially when they do it right). If they haven't haven't for some time, then look within before looking without (trust me, you'll get better results). Once you figure out the problem (or if, no matter how hard you try, you can't), tell them what's going on, and explore your options.

  8. Perpeptua profile image61
    Perpeptuaposted 7 years ago

    The question is why would they want to?

    Why not just have an actual one - if your partner can't do it for you then do it for yourself  and let him watch.


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