Women reveal the one thing they want more of in the bedroom

Women reveal the one thing they want more of in the bedroom

So, we've found out what annoys men in bed, and what annoys women in bed, so how about finding out what women actually want? As said in the previous articles, communication is key to all forms of sexual relationships. After all, if you don't know what your partner likes, how are you going to give it to them?

Well luckily for us, women have revealed what they like, and they want more of it. So, listen up readers, if you're looking to give your lucky lady a mind-blowing orgasm, this is what you need to be doing.

There's a wide array of memes about men not being able to figure out the anatomy of the female reproductive organs, with the majority of them focusing on their lack of knowledge surrounding where the clitoris is located. Well, you better whack out the biology book guys, because according to a new study, women want more clitoral stimulation in the sack.

A whopping 73 per cent of the 1,000 women who were surveyed, said that they need more stimulation in order to get them off. 36 per cent of the ladies in question, said that they need direct clitoral stimulation in order to reach the big O, with another 36 per cent saying it made their orgasms feel better.

The survey was conducted by the Indiana School of Public Health and found that just 18 per cent of women said that intercourse alone was enough in order for them to climax; essentially, more work is required. However, even more shockingly, nine per cent of women said they they don't climax at all during a session with their partner, making their sex wholly one-sided and not in their favour.

The survey was conducted on women who were aged 18 - 94 and it turns out that there isn't a right or wrong way to touch your lady when it comes to their downstairs parts.

When participants were asked to rank their favourite ways to be stimulated in the sack, 64 per cent of them said they preferred an up and down motion, 50 per cent liked a circular motion and a some preferred to have several different methods.

As always, it's probably best to ask your partner what she likes, something which study author Brian Dodge reiterates: "The study results challenge the mistaken, but common, notion that there are universal 'sex moves' that work for everyone."

Sexpert Annabelle Knight has revealed that the one position that is most likely to make a women orgasm through just intercourse, is surprisingly, missionary. This is thanks to the fact it was one of the only positions that allows for internal stimulation as well as clitoral stimulation. It seems like the majority of Brits agree with her as well, with the man-on-top being the nation's second favourite sex position with 21 per cent of couples favouring it (woman-on-top is the first).

So there you have it, women want more clitoral stimulation when getting down and dirty. It's not rocket science, is it? Sex is meant to be enjoyed by both partners, so don't be selfish and get on down there!