What do you consider to be ideal sex? Is it with a long-term partner when you both reach orgasm at the same, momentous, pleasure-filled moment? Or the thrill of getting your kicks with someone you know less well?
Either way, an orgasm is likely to be involved.
So, would you be surprised to hear that scientists are now saying that reaching orgasm every time you have sex is dangerous? We're going to need some convincing here too…
Scientists are calling it the 'orgasm imperative' and it's not a physical, but an emotional risk. After looking at the sex lives and habits of students, scientists found that the pressure around having an orgasm can potentially be destructive to self-esteem and relationships.