A new, very sexy study, undertaken at Indiana, Emory, and Rutgers universities, aims to answer the question: Who among us is having the best orgasms?
The goal: "To assess orgasm occurrence during sexual activity across sexual orientation categories."
In a questionnaire, participants reported their gender, self-identified sexual orientation, and "percentage of the time they experience orgasm when having sex with a familiar partner."
The possible orientation categories listed included heterosexual, gay/lesbian, and bisexual — queer and asexual identities were not listed. The possible gender categories only included "male" and "female." The study surveyed 1,350 self-identified single females and 1,497 self-identified single males. All the participants also had sexual experiences that occurred in the last 12 months.