It’s A Fact: Gay Men Are Better At Sex

Gay men are better at getting off than everyone else! From a survey that included 52,000 orgasms from a variety of genders and sexual orientations, when it comes to both partners shooting a load, gay men record the highest achievemnt rate.

Gay men were found to “usually-always” orgasm when sexually intimate at a rate of 89 percent and, even though straight men were recorded at a higher rate at 95 percent, their heterosexual female partners recorded the lowest rates of orgasms during sex at just 65 precent.

Lesbians achieved 86 percent orgasm rate, bisexual women at 66 percent, and bisexual men at 88 percent.

While nearly all sexual intercourse experiences resulted in an orgasm for straight men, the research suggests they’re not doing too well in pleasuring their female partners. Which is why gay men can claim that we are, overall, better at sex.

For straight and bisexual men the survey offers some sex tips to help you please your female partners: the study found that women were more likely to orgasm if sex included deep kissing, manual genital stimulation, and/or oral sex in addition to vaginal intercourse. Now you know!

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