Tips on how to handle bad sex

Have you ever experienced bad sex?

Clinical sexologist Dr Eve says the is an orgasm gap between women and man. She further says during her consultations she had learned that many women are tolerant of bad sex.

Bad sex is when the sexual activity is happening and you feel objectified and you feel as if you are not present and the person in merely involved and engaged in their own pleasure.

Dr Eve, Clinical sexologist

There isn't any orgasm for you or any attempt to give it to you.

Dr Eve, Clinical sexologist

Dr Eve describes what good sex is.

Good sex means there is mutuality that we can speak up. There is consent, and we can speak and say don't want to have another orgasm or squit.

Dr Eve, Clinical sexologist

Every woman loves sex.

Dr Eve, Clinical sexologist

Dr Eve shares statistics of orgasms.

99% of women simulate their clitoris either when they are with or without their partners. 70% fake orgasms

Dr Eve, Clinical sexologist

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