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Factors such as age, confidence in one’s sexual prowess and preference for either “fast” or “slow” sex help determine how often men and women achieve orgasm, according to a new survey of more than 2,200 adults in Finland.

Overall, individuals “who have developed a perception that they are skilled and experienced lovers are more orgasmically responsive” than those with less sexual self-esteem, conclude Dr. Carol Anderson Darling of the University of Florida in Tallahassee, and colleagues at the University of Helsinki and the Family Federation of Finland.

My only real problem with this article is that there is no University of Florida in Tallahassee!
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  1. That is obviously no problem. If all fake studies would be published by this university of imagination, they would be much easier to spot right on.

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