How Long Women Really Want You to Last!

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– It’s the moment you all have been waiting for, the answer to how long women actually want you to last in the sack. (cheering and applauding) According to a recent online survey the average answer for women across the globe the desired average was (drum roll) 25 minutes and 51 seconds. (cheering and applauding) – Where did they get the 51 seconds? Can they just round it out to 26 minutes? – Men said their ideal time was 25 minutes and 43 seconds. – Pretty much the same. – Okay, the number seemed rather high for people to say the average desired length was 25 plus minutes. – Yes. – That’s a commitment. (laughter) That’s not one “Hey honey, let’s have a quickie in the morning.” That’s a — – Well, I mean, it all depends. Is it a slow jog or is it a full on sprint? (laughing and cheering) – I’m just surprised because – Okay – A different study – and you can get into this – but the numbers we’ve thrown around on this show previous to this particular survey, much lower. More like seven, eight, nine minutes. – Right, and I think that’s actually what is mostly happening, is somewhere between four to seven minutes is what we’re seeing.

But (exclaims) It’s tiring! It’s a marathon, guys. But this is something interesting.

This number, I think, makes sense. Because in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, they did a poll and women do experience more percentages of orgasms when the sex is elongated. So if it’s less than 10 minutes, only 50 percent of women will report that they experience orgasm, after 20 minutes, 75 percent.

So I think that’s where the 25 minutes come from. – But let’s break this down — – You know your numbers, young lady! – This is very important to me. Sex is very important. – Let’s break down these numbers, though, because (cheering and applauding) a different study found adequate sex to be between three to seven minutes, desirable was seven to 13. So how do you bridge the gap, desirable in one study is seven to 13 ideal on another is 25 minutes plus. Could we bridge that gap and say that hey, maybe there’s a sweet spot in there? – Yeah – Because clearly studies are very — – There’s definitely a sweet spot in there, and I’ve found it! (laughs) – Dr.

O is the expert, he is the resident expert. – I’ve been there once or twice or even more. – Absolutely, and I think it’s great that we’re having fun with this, but it’s also a serious topic because it’s important. – Good sex health is important. – It’s important because if people then get in their heads that that is the standard, that is not the standard. What is the standard actual length of sex? It’s way below that, right? – Way below, way below, and in fact, at least 30 to 40 percent of men will say that they actually finish in less than five minutes so (laughter) people are laughing because they’ve experienced it! – [Dr. Ordon] Hey, it happens! – This has been a big issue with men, because men will wonder when do I have to worry about this is premature ejaculation as opposed to well, this is more normal. Because again, these numbers are all over the map.

– It’s the moment you all have been waiting for, the answer to how long women actually want you to last in the sack. (cheering and applauding) According to a recent online survey the average answer for women across the globe the desired average was (drum roll) 25 minutes and 51 seconds. (cheering and applauding) – Where did they get the 51 seconds? Can they just round it out to 26 minutes? – Men said their ideal time was 25 minutes and 43 seconds. – Pretty much the same. – Okay, the number seemed rather high for people to say the average desired length was 25 plus minutes. – Yes. – That’s a commitment. (laughter) That’s not one “Hey honey, let’s have a quickie in the morning.” That’s a — – Well, I mean, it all depends. Is it a slow jog or is it a full on sprint? (laughing and cheering) – I’m just surprised because – Okay – A different study – and you can get into this – but the numbers we’ve thrown around on this show previous to this particular survey, much lower. More like seven, eight, nine minutes. – Right, and I think that’s actually what is mostly happening, is somewhere between four to seven minutes is what we’re seeing.

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But (exclaims) It’s tiring! It’s a marathon, guys. But this is something interesting.

This number, I think, makes sense. Because in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, they did a poll and women do experience more percentages of orgasms when the sex is elongated. So if it’s less than 10 minutes, only 50 percent of women will report that they experience orgasm, after 20 minutes, 75 percent.

So I think that’s where the 25 minutes come from. – But let’s break this down — – You know your numbers, young lady! – This is very important to me. Sex is very important. – Let’s break down these numbers, though, because (cheering and applauding) a different study found adequate sex to be between three to seven minutes, desirable was seven to 13. So how do you bridge the gap, desirable in one study is seven to 13 ideal on another is 25 minutes plus. Could we bridge that gap and say that hey, maybe there’s a sweet spot in there? – Yeah – Because clearly studies are very — – There’s definitely a sweet spot in there, and I’ve found it! (laughs) – Dr.

O is the expert, he is the resident expert. – I’ve been there once or twice or even more. – Absolutely, and I think it’s great that we’re having fun with this, but it’s also a serious topic because it’s important. – Good sex health is important. – It’s important because if people then get in their heads that that is the standard, that is not the standard. What is the standard actual length of sex? It’s way below that, right? – Way below, way below, and in fact, at least 30 to 40 percent of men will say that they actually finish in less than five minutes so (laughter) people are laughing because they’ve experienced it! – [Dr. Ordon] Hey, it happens! – This has been a big issue with men, because men will wonder when do I have to worry about this is premature ejaculation as opposed to well, this is more normal. Because again, these numbers are all over the map.

If anything, I’ve become more confused. (laughter) by all the studies we’ve done over the years – Don’t let it confuse you. Don’t get caught up on these numbers. – I don’t worry about them personally, because the truth is – Because then you’re gonna go fast or you’re not gonna go at all. – We’re all individuals. – So don’t worry. That’s part of the issue. – Part of it is don’t worry and also I think people get fixated on frequency, right? – Right. – Like how many times are you having sex and comparing themselves to other people. You shouldn’t compare, it’s up to you and your partner. – Well let’s touch upon another topic that was involved in this, which is the National Survey of Sexual Health and Behavior found that men believe they get a woman to have an orgasm 85 percent of the time but only 64 percent of women said that they were achieving orgasm. – Give a little, take a little, that’s 20 percent. – So much disconnect! – So that’s on the women.

You should not be faking it. If you want to get what you need, – Yes. – You need to actually express when you’re not achieving orgasms, so I don’t know, I think that’s on us. – Like you’re not done, come back here! (laughter) – [Judy] We’re not finished with you yet! – Lock that door! – Lock that door, we gotta make this happen for both of us. Equal opportunity. (laughs) – And hey, look, sex also — – We’re having fun with this, and don’t get caught up in numbers. – [Dr.

Stork] That’s exactly, and not every sexual experience between you and your spouse, for instance, is gonna be perfect.

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