While women often complain of their spouses' inability to help them experience orgasm on a frequent basis, a recent survey reveals that females are more likely to 'climax' during lesbian sex than straight sex.
Just under 69 per cent of women questioned in the survey climaxed during their last heterosexual encounter compared to 76 per cent who did so while romping with another female, reports The Sun.
Researchers quizzed 19,000 people across Australia and blamed selfish men who concentrated solely on intercourse because it was most “effective” for them. They added that many women with lower sex drives were also left unsatisfied when pressured into having sex, while only 5.2 per cent of men did not orgasm.
Seventy five per cent of women polled by three Aussie universities said their last sexual activity included some kind of "manual stimulation," while a quarter said their romp included oral sex.
The survey was published in the Journal of Sex Research.