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She’s Slept with More Men than You Think

1 in 3 women tell you the wrong number.
When to worry: Only if she’s potentially carrying
STDs.

How to act: Keep your mouth shut. Women are more
concerned with keeping the past in the past than
men are, conclude researchers in a new study from
the University of Kansas. She wants to focus on you
—so let her.

If you absolutely must know, first make her feel
comfortable by sharing stories from your past. Show
her that disclosure is welcome. “If she suspects
you’ll be disapproving, you’ll be less likely to find
out the real answer

She Fakes Her Órgasms
She’s faked it: 48%
It’s always real: 52

How Often?
Once in a while: 35%
About half the time: 16%
Every time: 5%

When to worry: If her enthusiasm for séx is warning.

Its Said women who faked an órgasm didn’t initiate
the séx; 29 percent hadn’t wanted to romp at all.

How to act: First, know this: “Men think an órgasm is
the end-all, be-all,—but for her, séx can be
satisfying by itself. Many women gave mundane
reasons for faking an O: They were bored, they
wanted their partner to be able to órgasm, they
wanted to spare their partner’s feelings. If you think
something’s wrong, bring it up casually. Discuss it
outside the bedroom so she doesn’t feel pressured,
and ask if there’s anything new she’d like to try. The
more you can meet her needs, the better it will be for
both of you

She Isn’t Turned On By You
When to worry: If she’s become less physical or
seems less excited during séx, you may have a
problem. Most women say their men are sometimes
unappealing, and 3 percent are always turned off by
their guys. Why?:

He’s clueless in bed: 18%
I’m not physically attracted to him: 16%
He’s a selfish lover: 13%
He has bad hygiene: 11%
He can’t sustain an eréction: 9%
He has a small pénís: 7%
Other: 26%

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