Man Gets Roasted After Asking Sex Expert Why His Girlfriend Masturbates After Sex
Communication is the key to good sex. However, there are some things in the bedroom which should be obvious, and knowing that your partner has climaxed is one of them. While it doesn't always happen, there are some tell-tale signs that they did not go to pleasure town.
If, for example, they decide to masturbate after the deed is done, then you can probably say with absolute certainty that they didn't orgasm.
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So, naturally, people were more than a little shocked that a man in a nine-month relationship decided to write into a sex expert about his confusion as to why his girlfriend was masturbating after they'd had sex. While this in itself is bad, the advice the "expert" gave him was even worse.
The man in question claimed that the sex he had with his girlfriend was "good" but said that she always masturbates afterward.
Don't worry, I'm cringing for this guy as I write this.
As far as this guy was concerned, his girlfriend was "insatiable", and he simply didn't know what to do to satisfy her.
To put it bluntly, the Guardian sex expert Pamela Stephenson Connolly decided to spare his ego and advised him to "do nothing", but the good people of the internet chose to reveal the sad truth he'd refused to acknowledge in all its disappointing glory to him.
The expert wrote, "Many women crave a second orgasm, especially if she has been super-aroused during intercourse."
Yeah, we believe you, but millions wouldn't...
While it's true that there are some women who will masturbate for a second orgasm after sex, the likelihood of this happening is relatively slim.
One commenter wrote, "That, to me, says that she isn't climaxing. He 'thought' the sex was good. But have they really talked about it, or is he just assuming because she hasn't complained? Communication seems to be a major problem in some relationships, because of embarrassment maybe, but you probably shouldn't be having sex with someone if you can't talk to them about it."
"Also, if the answer to 'Did she come?' is 'I think so' - that's probably a no."
Another Guardian reader added, "the only orgasm she's getting is from her 'after time'."
Twitter users were also quick to weigh in on the debate, and their comments followed on from a Guardian reader's comment that the man in question has to "work harder at satisfying her during sex".
One Twitter user decided to give this guy the sex education he clearly needed.
He was provided with the following link...
Studies have found that 82% of women can't orgasm through penetrative sex alone. So, unfortunately for this guy, it's pretty much a foregone conclusion that his girlfriend didn't reach the Big O.
Unless, of course, he helped pleasure her in another way prior to penetration, but given his ignorance on the subject, we doubt this was the case.
We hope that the publicity this man's embarrassing question has received helps him finally give his girlfriend an orgasm.
Also, the Guardian should probably hire a new sex expert.