Bad News: If You're Single, You're Probably Having Fewer Orgasms

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Sadly, it's true.

According to a survey conducted by Cosmo, straight, single women have the fewest orgasms.

The mag, which polled over 2,300 women nationally, uncovered quite a few facts about the big-O.

Here are a few of the most intriguing:

67 percent of women admitted to faking an orgasm at least once in their life, saying that they have put on the act in order to spare their partners feelings and to end sex more quickly.

The majority of women experience their first orgasm between the ages of 17 and 19, though 9.5 percent of women revealed that their very first happened when they were under the age of 11.

78 percent of women believe their partner cares whether or not they orgasm, though 72 percent admit to watching their partner climax without returning the favor.

Check out the rest of mind-blowing statistics here, there's quite a few tips and tricks. But if all else fails while trying to reach the big-O, don't forget there's an app for that. (Cosmopolitan)
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