Model and actress Molly Sims joins The Doctors to discuss a recent study that looked at how long sex usually lasts around the world.
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People are terrible judges of time I’ve noticed. If you take somebody and give them a test, allow exactly two and a half weeks to pass, then ask them how long ago that test was... I guarantee many people will fail to accurately determine when that test was.
Personal testimony on this is horrible, as it is with almost anything. What feels like 5 minutes to someone may be what feels like 10 minutes to someone else.
Men shouldn’t be blamed here for how they are biologically made. Just as a woman shouldn’t be shamed for not “cumming” quick enough.
It’s all perfectly good to bash on guys because they are strong enough to take it but, god forbid you say anything to a woman that is remotely hurtful about her unsatisfiable nature. Typical double standard.
Point is, we are on the same team here. Making fun of your boyfriend for finishing too fast def is not going to make anything better quickly. Also, pressuring your woman to cum isn’t gonna help either.
Learn your body, and your man’s/woman’s. Guys, learn to be sexually patient if you are not already. What I mean by that is, enjoy the moment. In sex, the journey is the best part, not the destination.
Intimacy is about enjoying yourself and most importantly deriving happiness by pleasuring your SO.
Sorry for the book. Just tired of how people dance around the language of sex and just point and laugh at the symptoms of a group of failed experiences for a cheap laugh.
25 minutes? She’s on a different planet. I think sometimes it’s as short as 5 minutes or shorter, but a lot of times it’s 10-15 minutes. I’ve had sessions last an hour but that’s with breaks and stuff.
This all depends on the relationship; if it is new and a complete obsession, it can last over an hour (and multiple sessions). As the relationship becomes older, it becomes routine (with less foreplay) and the time becomes less and less, unless there is conflict and more time is needed to "make up" for bad behavior.
But according to sexologist the average timing is 2 minute if u take 10 or 15 minute this will cause the pain and swelling in vagina during intercourse important thing to satisfy a women is foreplay this help to exlore the body of a women and after foreplay 2 min is enough and duration of foreplay must be 20 to 30 minutes
I love how the women laugh when prob 90% of them just lay there like a corpse, then lay the responsibility of their pleasure on the man! I dont blame the guy if he cums in 5 mins- get in, get out & get on with your life.
For me quality and quantity are the same but an hour and that's tippical for me and from what I know about my brother and his noise from his room at night an hour is about right but why don't any care about forplay
Premature ejaculation is mostly caused by masturbating. Its to do with the nerve endings getting warped! then there is an imbalance of stimulation which casues the premature ejaculate. If you suffer from it. Try stopping masturbating for at least 6 months. Masturbating also causes many other health problems in men. The Doctors are not gonna tell you that though. Only have real sex with a real partner if you want to stay healthy,
Wwhy are adults so immature when it comes to talking about sexual intercourse which is a natural process? 5 minutes, you gotta be kidding me? Takes me 45 minutes just to get started. Ms Ninja Owl is very very happy lol
Men are ALL into the act, living the moment at best. Really enjoying the female body, and the act. No thinking, well, not as much as the female partner. Females are doing it while in their head, which makes them harder to have orgasm... !! Constantly thinking, while men usually don't think at all. Females live in the future while having sex, thinking about "when is he going to cum?" .. While men, when not staying in the moment, live in the past, thinking, "must not come now" .. !!! All in all, men are more visual, which makes them last shorter, while females are more vocal. Females get turned on by talking, while men gets turned on by what they see.
If you only intend to reproduce, even half a minute can do the job!
Come on! The sex is about flowing into the timelessness with a person you share some beautiful feelings with.
I have never seen a woman who checks the clock during sex, unless there is no connection and passion.
Just listen and trust your body and your partners body and let yourself free of such measuring thoughts.
Not sure about that I know there are a few guys who release pretty fast but I would say normal across the board in America is 25 to 30 . And this also depends on the age of the people and sometimes the race and how many times your body allows you to get off .
Why make a video.like this.? Is it realy beneficial to anyone. With everything going on in this crazy world. Why worry about the privacy of people who.believe this is a personal.matter. ..such trash. Why dont you talk about how kids are being mistreated and how to help them. Or just any matter that hurts this world. There is .alot going on and all.you want to talk about is nonsense. Realy? Get a life!!
I took it as..from the time intercourse is achieved? Not the petting, the kissing, the foreplay, the oral, but the time from when the penis enters the vagina and intercourse begins? If you're thrusting away at it for 10 minutes or MORE (an hour..really?) then there is something wrong with the pussy. Stopping and starting and changing positions can prolong the experience for sure and is fun, but if the friction of intercourse doesn't get you off in 5-10 minutes, you're numb.
There are various factors when it comes on to duration. 1-do u start the clock at foreplay or at the moment of penetration? 2-is it only the first round that is being considered? 3-after ejaculation, do u ladies know how to get him up again?
Making love and having intercourse are two different things. When making love you flavor everything - you dont focus on climax - as, it naturally comes and goes - you focus on the feelings, you merge with you partner, and your partner merges with mutually. You both are able to sense each other through every cell of you body - you hands, your lips, your touch, locking eyes, caring, being there a 100%. - and eventually falling asleep together after love making.