When it comes to sex, we are not all equal. For women, for example, the quest for orgasm can be difficult, and in some cases, impossible. Did you know that eight out of ten women have difficulty reaching orgasm?
Of course, others have no problem accomplishing this. In fact, it is even possible that with age, your orgasms could become better. Here's how it works.
The older women get, the better they are!
A survey conducted by Natural Cycle in 2017, published in The Independent, questioned 2,600 women about their sex lives, how satisfied they are, and the quality and frequency of their orgasms. The study found that women's behaviour differed according to their age: 23 and under, 23 to 36, and 36 and over.
When asked the question ‘Have you had very good sex in the last four weeks?’ 56% of the younger women answered ‘Yes,’ as did 76% of the 23-36-year olds, and 86% of the older women. Brand manager Amanda Bonier explained:
The survey results send a very positive message about something we women have known and expected for some time. As you get older and know your body better, you can have a more enjoyable sex life and feel confident about yourself.
Better sex and a better relationship with your body
Why do older women experience better sexuality? Perhaps because they are more comfortable with themselves, more confident about their physical appearance, and not afraid to ask for exactly what they want.
Also in the survey, the over 36s expressed more confidence in their seductive powers. 8 out of 10 respondents said they felt sexy. This dropped to 7 out of 10 women in the younger age group, and in the middle category, only 4 out of 10 women find themselves to be attractive.