Yesterday I saw a tweet that made me laugh off my entire ass. One of my homegirls tweeted: “It takes 237 muscles to fake an orgasm, but only 15 to say ‘it’s called a clitoris and it’s right here.’” I found it so hilarious because whenever I hold forums on sex and relationships, women always admit to faking orgasms, but faking alone is NOT the problem — it’s really the fact that many women fake orgasms for all the wrong reasons.
I will NEVER understand why women feel that faking an orgasm is better than telling their partner that he’s not pleasing her in the way that will result in busting a nut. Far too many women underestimate how important it is for a man to know he’s actually fulfilling his woman’s desires, so faking does nothing to help him improve in bed or leave his woman satisfied in any way, shape, or form. Telling a man how she needs to be pleased is the smartest thing a woman can do – but there is one, and only one, scenario when it’s appropriate for a woman to fake an orgasm: When she has a mutually amazing, squirtastic sex session and she wants to finish the night on a high-note before pain overrides pleasure.
Let me reiterate that I don’t agree with faking orgasms on a regular basis, but this one scenario gets a pass because it isn’t about circumventing a man’s inability to satisfy his woman, it’s just about wrapping up the session when both people are at the point of exhaustion. Great sex can be as addictive as Pringles — once you pop, you just can’t stop.