According to this small study, male participants unanimously agreed that their own orgasm was essential, but the majority also felt that when their female partners orgasm (pssst….read more on The Female Orgasm), it’s one of the most satisfying experiences men could have.
When their partners didn’t orgasm, participants expressed feeling of inadequacy, especially when in a relationship with that partner, as they felt obliged to ensure their partner’s satisfaction. Male participants were even more driven to make their female partners orgasm in subsequent encounters if they didn’t achieve orgasm in the first encounter, say the researchers. Find out how to give her The Best Orgasm Of Her Life.
Participants also didn’t mind their partners stimulating themselves during sex, but were a bit more wary of involving vibrators (once again, expressing feelings of inadequacy). These men also suggested that women need to communicate whether they had an orgasm or not, and how men could help them to achieve one.