With Most Men Not Lasting More Than 2 Minutes, Many Women Don't Reach Orgasm During Sex

by Katie Gonzalez

According to a new book by sex expert Dr. Harry Fisch, although many men consider sex multiple times a day to be the norm, they're the ones underperforming when it comes down to actually doing the deed.

Although experiencing an average of 11 erections a day, when it comes down to the sex act, many men can't last longer than two minutes in the sack, Fisch has found.

An astonishing 45 percent of men finish the sex act within Kinsey’s conflicted two minutes.

That’s pretty speedy. Way too speedy for the average woman to be able to have an orgasm through vaginal penetration alone.

At least five minutes, and more like seven, is usually what’s needed for a woman to be able to achieve orgasm.

And even though the average length of the average inter-vaginal sex session is about 7.3 minutes, that’s still not particularly long, especially for women who usually take much longer than men to become aroused enough to have an orgasm.

So if your guy is pressuring you to make love, feel free to gently remind him that it's quality over quantity — and that means lasting for longer than 120 seconds.

via Nerve, Photo Courtesy: Fanpop