How to tell if your partner is faking her orgasms!
And what to do if she is…
It’s every sexually active man’s fear, that his partner
or partners have or are faking their orgasms. So is there a way to tell
if a girl’s only acting like she’s in pleasure heaven? And
what can a guy do to turn her amateur dramatics into fully blown, sexual
The female orgasm has always been shrouded in mystery for men (and
many women!). Unlike a guy’s guaranteed sexual pay-off, a female
orgasm is never a certainty; for it to occur at all requires a whole
host of special requirements to be met.
Things like the male’s sexual technique, the woman’s knowledge
of how her body works and responds to different things, and the female’s
mood at the time of sex all play a part in either preventing or allowing
an orgasm to take place.
So let’s tackle the first issue: what signs should you look for
to tell if a girl’s putting it on in the sack and not really reaching
her ultimate climax?
Sign #1: BLOOD FLOW SIGNALS
When a woman is sexually aroused, the blood flow to specific parts
of her body change. These changes are most notable (and useful to us
guys!) when a woman climaxes by reaching an orgasm. Here are the Blood
Flow Signals you should watch out for:
A. Watch her cheeks as you have sex and take note of how red or blushed
they are. When a girl climaxes, the blood flow to her face typically
increases, you’ll often notice her cheeks suddenly become more
pink and flushed.
B. Another part of the body that receives an increased flow of blood
when a woman reaches orgasm is the nipples – again, try to watch
out for how they change as you have sex and especially when she appears
to be having an orgasm. If she IS truly cumming, her nipples may very
well become harder and more “erect”.
C. Her chest is another GREAT place to notice the after-effects of
an orgasm. A massive percentage of women, right after they climax, have
a red flush on their chests that almost looks like a light rash. If
your girl has this, it’s a strong sign she’s just achieved
the magic “O.”
D. Lastly, her vagina’s lips (labia). Look for a slight swelling
and reddening as another indication that she’s not play-acting
her ultimate pleasure.
Sign #2: The above blood flow signals are usually noticed just after
a woman’s climaxed. This sign is noticeable only when she’s
actually experiencing an orgasm. Try to feel or sense tiny contractions
in her vagina – these twitches often happen as a natural result
of what a woman is psychically going through and feeling and serve as
a really good, accurate indicator of whether or not she’s actually
Sign #3: When they reach orgasm, most women sort of zone out for a
moment and then, over the 15-20 seconds that follow their climax, slowly
come “back around.” Look for this zoning out effect by watching
her eyes after she supposedly cums. Do they look sort of glazed or glassy,
even for just a few seconds? The good thing about this sign is that
women rarely ever try to or even know how to fake it, so when you DO
notice it, it actually tends to mean something significant (and positive!).
Sign #4. Lastly, consider the way she acts and behaves. When she ‘climaxes’,
is it usually from the same kind of stimulation. For example, does she
tend to cum most of the time from oral sex or penetrative sex? Is it
usually towards the end of your lovemaking or does it seem to happen
randomly. If her orgasms ARE wild and inconsistent and brought about
seemingly by completely different kinds of stimulus, there may be something…amiss.
Also, does she talk about having an orgasm a lot? Say, after you finish
sex, does she often confirm – even without you asking –
that she had a great time and came lots? A lot of women do this when
they think the man hasn’t believed their orgasmic reactions, so
consider what she says and the way she says it carefully.
Overall, your goal is never to be a private investigator in bed. You
simply want to know if she’s being satisfied or not, right? To
help you ascertain whether or not you’re regularly bringing her
to orgasm, look for the 4 signs and signals you’ve just read.
If you DO think she’s faking it, I recommend first talking to
her about it. But then, as the real answer to the problem, you should
pick up your game and learn exactly how to physically satisfy her –
or, for that matter – any woman.
There are dozens of techniques and strategies for doing this, all ready
to be learnt and applied to your sex life…so don’t wait
any longer to revolutionize your performance and ability in bed.
W. Wilcox is the expert author of Orgasmology,
an online guide that coaches men on the special techniques that make
up the science of explosive sex and multiple orgasms.