Women's Health

ALL MY ORGASMS

THE FINALLY! ORGASM

It didn’t happen right away, but after some test runs, you finally made it over the edge with a new partner.

WHY IT’S AWESOME: Besides your shared victory? You’ve just cracked your O code with a new human being—which bodes well for the next romp, and the next.

Contrary to how orgasms happen in the movies (simultaneously, and 36 seconds into the first time a couple has sex), real-life Os take practice. In fact, women had only a 32 percent chance of climaxing if they’d never hooked up with their partner before, but a 51 percent chance if they’d hooked up six times or more in the past, according to data analyzed by Justin Lehmiller,

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