New Study Shows Why Women Fake It (Plus Sex Tips to Avoid That)

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All women want to reach orgasm. Unfortunately, a recent survey by AdamEve.com suggests faking orgasms isn't just a tale passed on by abuelitas. 47 percent of women pretend to experience the big O. The reasoning for the fakery varies. 33 percent of women said, "It just wasn't going to happen." 35 percent admitted they didn't want to hurt their partner's feelings. Other explanations included feeling tired (7 percent), bored (4 percent), or uncomfortable (3 percent).

So, how can Latinas teach men about our sweet spots without hurting male egos?

Lisa Velasquez, Sex Therapist, Life Coach and CEO of Wonder Womyn, shares 5 great tips:

Be Confident: He already desires you, so you've won half the "bedroom battle." Let the nerves go, thrive on your mutual desire, and be secure in your sex appeal.

Tell Him What You Want: Telling a man what turns you on sexually can be the ultimate turn on for him. "Remember that he has to get turned on to get you off." 

Share Your Praises: No one wants to feel that a bedroom is a classroom. That's why you should praise him for all he does to satisfy you before instructing him. "This prevents men from feeling inadequate when you share the new sexual activities that you'd like him to perform."

Be Direct: "You need to be sweet, sexy, and most of all, clear when you tell him and show him where and how you want to be touched." Be free. Lead the way. And enjoy the fireworks!

Don't Sweat the Technique: It's not the size of the boat but the motion in the ocean, and what a vast ocean it is! One of the easiest ways for women to achieve orgasm is to "teach a man how to stimulate her vagina, clitoris and g- spot manually." This "keeps the pressure off his 'penis performance.'"

So, chicas, let's not be another statistic. Speak up, be confident, and know your body.  

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