The bigger you are, the harder you fall, and the bigger you come the harder she comes, too. That’s according to a new study that has found the answer to a shockingly never-before-asked question: How important is male ejaculation, in volume and intensity, to female sexual pleasure? The answer: a lot, apparently.
Turns out, women have very specific preferences about your jizz, and they aren’t all related to the taste and texture. I am not speaking about the clinical criteria that most research usually focuses on, such as intravaginal ejaculation latency time or how long the man can control or prolong his ejaculation.
Here, we are talking about other ‘non-clinically relevant’ aspects, such as how much ejaculate he expels or how loudly he moans, etc. I noticed that many women find it very distressing when their male partner suffers from delayed ejaculation or the inability to ejaculate mostly because it gives them the feeling of not being desired or attractive.
While orgasm opinions are obviously subjective and individual, many women do use some basic, universal metrics to assess how good any sexual interaction was, and how you come and how much you come to make the list.
Listen, this all should not really be cause for alarm. In fact, the news here is ultimately reassuring. Women do want to please you, and pleasing you increases their pleasure. So come as you mean it. Enthusiasm goes an incredibly long way, even when your ejaculate doesn’t.