CAM4 Releases Final Results of International Female Orgasm Survey

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Cam network teamed with market research company for global sex study

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Known for direct access to what turns people on the most, live cam network CAM4 is embarking on a new form of instant gratification. With headlines highlighting how to “get her off every time” complemented by grumbles regarding the elusive female orgasm, CAM4 is making it easy for clients to skip the rhetoric and go directly to the source: real live women.

After months of review, CAM4 has officially released the final findings of a global sex survey – aptly titled The Year of the Female Orgasm – conducted by top market research and opinion poll institute iFOP, which studied the orgasm habits of more than 8,000 women around the world. With representative samples from eight countries, the CAM4 team is now using its research to help clients toward a better understanding of the who, what, when, where and HOW of the female orgasm.

CAM4 and iFOP compared survey results from women in the U.S., France, Italy Canada, Germany, England, Spain and The Netherlands and the findings were full of surprises and fascinating outcomes. While some countries showed noticeable differences with regard to orgasm preference – only 65% of French women orgasm easily from oral sex – others were united by a shared experience of having difficulty reaching orgasm.

Most notably, however, was a frequent outlier in almost every section of the research survey. Only 28% of Dutch women expressed having difficulty reaching orgasm last year, compared to 44% of Americans, and only 39% admit to having ever faked an orgasm. (The U.S. took the gold at a whopping 57%.)

Want to see how your country stacked up? CAM4 and iFOP have compiled a selection of their results in an interactive infographic that can be seen and linked to here:

Raw data is available via PDF at the bottom of the infographic for those who’d like to dig deeper into each country’s results.

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