A national survey into the bedroom behaviour of British women has revealed that a shocking 46% percent never or rarely achieve orgasm. The survey, conducted by Scarlet magazine and the makers of the PelvicToner to mark National Orgasm Day on July 31, polled over 2000 women across the country and found that women with better pelvic floor muscles were also enjoying better sex lives.
It has been known for nearly 60 years that a strong pelvic floor muscle is essential to achieve vaginal orgasm. When the muscles are stronger there is more friction and stimulation during intercourse and this naturally benefits both partners.
Arnold Kegel, who developed his exercise programme for the treatment of stress incontinence, published a 3000 patient study in 1952 that highlighted this link and demonstrated that 'sexually dysfunctional' women taught a resistive exercise programme could achieve orgasm for the first time. Kegel was adamant that to be effective pelvic floor exercise had to involve squeezing against a resistance. Unfortunately this has never been explained to women and an effective exercise technique is rarely taught.
The PelvicToner is a progressive resistance vaginal exerciser designed to help women meet the fundamentals of Kegel exercise ie to identify and isolate the vaginal (pubococcygeal) muscle and then to exercise it properly against a variable resistance with the appropriate bio-feedback.
Demonstrating and publicising the link between a healthy and strong pelvic floor and better sex will improve the general health and sexual wellbeing of millions of women, improve and restore millions of relationships, and will reduce the incidence of stress incontinence which afflicts half of all women.
Nearly half of all women are not getting their share of orgasms!
The G-spot is not a myth. Women who cannot identify their G-spot rarely have orgasms
75% of older women claim they have a G-spot, but a third of under 25s can't find it.
Women with a 'good' pelvic floor have twice as many orgasms
Women who followed PelvicToner exercise programme reported a much improved sex life within 4 weeks
Over 2000 sexually active women have already completed the 2008 Orgasm Survey
72% say they are aware of their G-spot but its location varies significantly!
50% place it just inside their vagina and 35% deep inside. The remaining 15% locate it elsewhere!
46% never/rarely achieve vaginal orgasm during penetrative sex
Only 31% claim to do so often or always
69% are aware that the strength of their pelvic floor muscle is implicated in the ability to achieve orgasm
70% of women claim to exercise sometimes or often but 92% would like to be shown how to exercise properly.
Those women who rate their pelvic floor as good or very good, or who exercise regularly, are twice as likely to achieve vaginal orgasms as those that rate their pelvic floor as poor or very poor. (42% v 22%)
Two thirds of women who rate their pelvic floor as poor or very poor never or rarely have vaginal orgasms.
42% of women using the PelvicToner said they became more aware of their pelvic floor immediately, rising to 85% within 2 weeks
62% of women using the PelvicToner reported an improved sex life within 2 weeks rising to 82% after 4 weeks
62% of PelvicToner users said that their partner noticed the improvement in muscle tone/tightness
The PelvicToner resistance exerciser costs GBP29.99 from http://www.iwabo.co.uk or +44(0)117-968-7744
The survey is ongoing at http://www.orgasmsurvey.co.uk. The latest survey results and press releases can be downloaded from this site
The 2008 Orgasm Survey is sponsored by Scarlet Magazine ( http://www.scarletmagazine.co.uk) and SPM Ltd, manufacturers of the PelvicToner
National Orgasm Day 31 July 2008 - The 2008 Orgasm Survey
Posted 31 July 2008 - 11:02 AM
shuck and jive is an important skill
I cannot play music on an infinite keyboard.
Posted 31 July 2008 - 11:36 AM
orgasms, then that's just too much
foreplay to play.
unless you prepare a great hot chocolate.
Posted 31 July 2008 - 12:39 PM
I'm done already & off to sleep.
There's sometimes a buggy.
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