The study, carried out by the University of Kansas, found that 68 per cent of women and even 28 per cent of men have pretended to climax with a partner.
Both sexes gave the same reasons for faking it – a partner’s orgasm was imminent so they felt under pressure to climax.
Other commonly cited reasons were that they wanted to end – without hurting a partner’s feelings – or they were bored after an orgasm seemed unlikely.
Some faked it because “they felt under too much pressure to enjoy real sex.”
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