It’s time for some Friday night education.

  1. Orgasms Can Relieve Pain – Headache excuse no more. There is evidence to suggest that orgasms can relieve all kinds of pain. This is largely due to the release of oxytocin during orgasm.
  1. Condom Use Doesn’t Affect Orgasm Quality – The most common myth is the fact that using a condom won’t make you climax. WRONG. In fact, you may have more time to have that intimate time, because he doesn’t have to worry about pulling out too quick!
  1. Thirty Percent of Women have Trouble Reaching Orgasm – As many as 1 in 3 women have trouble reaching orgasm when having sex. Female Sexual Dysfunction, which encompasses the ability to orgasm is as high as 43 per cent.
  1. Finding your G-Spot May Improve the Likelihood of Orgasm – The “G” spot contains a large number of nerve endings, and is the key to helping women achieve a longer and stronger orgasm.
  1. Orgasm gets better with age – Orgasms apparently become easier with age. Something to look forward to.
  1. Women who mix things up in the bedroom have more frequent orgasm – Engaging in a variety of sex acts makes the likelihood for orgasm higher.
  1. A woman’s sexual self esteem can affect the quality of her orgasms – How a woman feels about her genitals is linked to the quality of her orgasms. So if you have a clean, and healthy vagina and you feel great about it – you’re more likely to have better orgasms.
  1. There is an Orgasm “GAP” – The gap refers to the fact that 64% of women actually have an orgasm, even though 85% of men thought they actually did!
  1. In rare cases, orgasm can happen without genital stimulation – If an activity causes an increase in blood flow to the genital area, then you could just experience the big O, on its own.
  1. For most women, it takes a while – Most women require at least 20 minutes of sexual arousal to climax.