Is it possible for men to fake orgasms?
Many men have faked an orgasm at least once. People often assume it’s impossible for men to fake as it means pretending to ejaculate, too. So how do they do it?
Many women admit to have faked an orgasm at some point. Yet we rarely focus on men but as it turns out, men do it too! Love Matters asked 27 men if they have faked an orgasm and 11 said they have faked an orgasm at least once.
So yes, it is possible for men to fake orgasms too!
Men are likely to moan less often than women when they were faking it. They rely on body movements like thrusting harder and faster or clenching their muscles as if they were about to ‘come.’
Others simply acted like they were spent or tired. A few guys simply told their partner ‘I’m coming baby, I’m coming!’
While it’s plausible that he can fake his orgasms, can he really pretend to cum? By all accounts, it’s pretty difficult. So as a guy you’ve got to have a work-around – faking it in a condom.
One man admitted to moaning and then acting quite tired. He says he then disposed of the condom before his partner could get a good look at it.
He’s not alone as many men who have faked it resorted to quickly removing, discarding, or hiding their condom to cover their evidence of faking it.
The number one reason why men put on the extra theatrics is because they didn’t think they’d make a climax because they were too drunk, it was taking to long, or they’d already come that day.
Other reasons given by men were that they wanted sex to end because they were tired or they didn’t want to hurt their partner’s feelings.
Sex = intercourse = orgasm
Both men and women are most likely to fake their orgasms when having sexual intercourse and not during other forms of sex. Pretenders tend to think sex means intercourse, and intercourse should end in orgasms all around.
This makes them feel under pressure to climax.
Some people feel sex is always supposed to follow the same script: ‘she orgasms, then he orgasms, then sex is over’.
This makes women think they have to pretend to orgasm so their partner can take his turn to climax.
In the end, it is clear that both men and women feel pressured to show pleasure to keep their partners happy. And it’s this cliched script for sex that keeps people faking it instead of working together for the real thing.
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