A survey conducted by dating website Victoria Milan has shown that Irish women are having a lot of orgasms. We came a very impressive third just after France and Belgium, which is a more than respectable score if we're honest. Women in France have said that they enjoy Over 8, women were included in the study that wanted to make sure that women around Europe were being satisfied adequately in the bedroom.
Here's how many orgasms Irish women are having each week
THIS Is How Many Orgasms Irish Women Supposedly Have Per Week!
Want the latest news headlines to your inbox every single day? Sign up to our FREE newsletter to make sure you don't miss a beat. Irish women spend less time out in the cold and more time in the bedroom as a new survey has shown they are among the friskiest in Europe. Recent wet weather is not just outdoors as the ladies of the island are climaxing over ten times a week according to VictoriaMilan, a dating website for people looking to have extramarital affairs. Only the Belgians and French came more higher according to the study which asked 8, women across 20 European countries. UK women were also high up the list averaging just less than ten a week while Portuguese and Finnish women said they were experiencing much longer dry spells averaging around half as many as their Irish counterparts.
Observations on vaginismus in Irish women
Do I need to work harder on communicating what I like, or is it normal for women to need to bring themselves to orgasm? Our culture has many, many inequalities when it comes to sex and gender. This trope that claims men masturbating is natural and healthy but women masturbating is somehow odd, unnatural and sexually deviant is based in misogynistic ideas of gender and sexuality. These damaging stereotypes also limit the types of sexual pleasure that women should have. In porn, partnered sex often involves men masturbating to orgasm in front of their partner, and the lesson we absorb is that men deserve to orgasm, no matter who gets them there.
This article describes a group of 23 Irish women with vaginismus. The type of treatment before referral, and the characteristics of the patients, tend to confirm the author's diagnosis, which was made only after vaginal examination. Social and cultural factors unique to Ireland are believed to be of importance in the clinical presentation of this form of sexual dysfunction.