Women With Anti-Feminist Attitudes Are More Likely to Fake Orgasms

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In an earlier installment of this series, we dove into how commonly women fake orgasms and why. Feel free to read that article for more information, but here are some highlights:

  • According to one study, 80% of the women involved had faked orgasms during sex and 20% of participants reported that they fake orgasms 90% of the time.
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Relationships Can Be Work, But They’re Not Supposed to Make You Feel Worthless

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I’m happiest when I’m able to lift someone else up. To make them feel happy. Better about themselves. More hopeful.

This is true in general but especially so when it comes to those who are closest to me. When it comes to my romantic relationships.

I frankly can’t imagine getting into an intimate relationship and not having that be one of my major goals: To make that other person’s life better through my involvement in it.  » Read more

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Less Supportive, Less Responsive People Have Partners with Lower Self-Esteem

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These days I live with a romantic partner who makes me very happy. Before I met them, I didn’t know this was actually possible. I’d had long-term relationships before, but I’d never been with someone who was so supportive. And frankly, even as responsive in conversation, if I really think about it (stumbling on today’s study prompted me to).  » Read more

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