Girls feel the benefit of sex with same guy
WOMEN are seven times more likely to have great sex with a fella they know than a casual fling.
Scientists found that Irish females are far more likely to orgasm if they are making love to their boyfriend or husband rather than a man they had just met.
Just 11 per cent of women climax during a one night-stand.
The level of sexual satisfaction gradually increases the longer they date their lover.
If the woman has slept with the guy one or two times before, the chances of her enjoying an orgasm rise to 16%.
And it goes up to 34% if they have slept together three or four times previously.
If the woman has been in a relationship for six months with their man, they will orgasm 67% of the times they have sex.
The figure is slightly higher for married couples, at 71%.
The research, from sex toy firm Lovehoney, shows that men have much simpler sexual reactions to women.
Men climax 91% of the time during sex – regardless of whether they are having casual sex or with a long-term partner. CURRENT Aussie skipper Michael Clarke quit his team’s tour of New Zealand in 2010 amid a nude photo scandal involving his then fiancée Lara Bingle.
Swimwear model Lara, who boasts 34C boobs, threatened to sue an Aussie Rules footballer after a nude snap of her in the shower appeared in a gossip magazine.
The blonde scorcher, who comes from Down Under, said she felt “violated” by the pic, taken during a brief affair in 2006, and that Clarke supported her wholeheartedly. Batsman Clarke, 32, flew home from the tour citing “personal matters” and it was announced that the couple had split not long after.
He married model and presenter Kyly Boldy in May last year.