Girls feel the ben­e­fit of sex with same guy

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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.

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