When it comes to hitting sexual heights, the average Japanese lover is among the least likely in the world to have an orgasm with only 27% coming to a climax almost every time they have sex. Only the Chinese and people from Hong Kong (both 24%) are less likely to make the earth move and make their partners say Yes! Yes! Yes!
Globally the Italians, Spanish, Mexicans and South Africans are the most likely to climax every time with 66% usually managing to hit the spot. And the Brazilians could also show us a thing or two when it comes to having an orgasm with 65% feeling the earth move almost every time they have sex.
These eye-watering statistics are the latest findings from the Durex Sexual Wellbeing Global Survey, released earlier this month. The survey has been examining the sexual behavior and attitudes of men and women across the globe. The survey found that, globally, 58% of those who usually achieve orgasm were content with the emotional aspects of their sex life compared with 29% of those who rarely climax. And people who regularly feel the earth move say their relationship with their other half is strong. Eight in 10 (77%) who frequently orgasm feel close to their partner during sex – a figure that falls to 54% for those who have difficulty hitting the spot.
People from Japan though, are feeling some of the benefits of orgasm, with 72% who frequently orgasms feeling at ease with themselves sexually, but only 19% are happy with their psychological health – the lowest in the world. Contrast this with the rest of the world: 50% of the British and 74% of the French who usually orgasms enjoy good psychological health. And while 43% of Japan’s males almost always climax during sex, women get a worse deal – only 11% almost always achieve orgasm.
Massage can be effective – 54% of Japanese who achieve regular orgasms have embraced the power of sensual touch compared with just 32% of those who don’t climax regularly.
The research was conducted among 26,000 people in 26 countries, who were questioned on key aspects of their sex lives: health, general wellbeing, education, beliefs, sex and relationships, attitudes to sex and social circumstances.© Japan Today