NewserOut of the many different types of people having sex out there, it seems that when it comes to reaching orgasm, straight women are at the bottom of the totem pole. Reporting in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior, researchers at the Kinsey Institute, Chapman University, and Indiana University found that 95% of straight men usually-to-always orgasm when sexually intimate compared to 65% of straight women. 

They call it "the orgasm gap." The study is called "Differences in Orgasm Frequency Among Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Heterosexual Men and Women in a U.S. National Sample," though a reporter at the Chicago Tribune suggests it could be shortened to "Duh." The study, however, doesn't just document the gap—it offers a remedy in the form of what the researchers call a "golden trio" of moves, per the Huffington Post UK.

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