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I relied on data tables that reported how many women had done it at least once (around 40 percent), in the last year (around 20 percent), or in the last month (around 7 percent).
I missed a different table (Table 4, page 284) that isolated women who were "partnered" and asked about their activities over a 90-day period.
Yup, once my boyfriend started going down on me 3 x/wk among other things, I was like, well... commenter proposes a way to test the hypothesis: "My guess would be that female orgasms are also highly correlated with bondage, role play, more varied sexual positions overall, and whatever other 'kinks' you can think of." Perhaps the next survey will sort this out. Women who orgasm easily are more likely to try anal sex. The idea here is that a woman's relative ease of orgasm (which could be largely anatomical) is a cause, not an effect, of trying new kinks. Short version: "Women comfortable enough to enjoy anal sex are pretty much relaxed enough to orgasm.
And women who live with their boyfriends are more likely to report anal sex—but not more likely to report vaginal sex—than women who don't.Others who enjoy sodomy are raising their hands here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here, with additional secondhand reports here and here.(All of these posts are from women; I'm setting aside the 20 or 30 secondhand reports I've seen from men.) I won't try to convey their enthusiasm—you can read the testimonials yourself.To that extent, anal sex doesn't create orgasmic women. Women who go for anal sex are into having anal sex. aren't interested really, so the numbers are going to be lower. Women who don't much feel like having vaginal sex often do it anyway.Women who don't much feel like having anal sex don't do it.
The more I love and trust someone, the more likely I am to have an orgasm while with him—and the more likely I am to be okay with pushing society's "norms" with him.