Orgasm is key to a healthy sexual relationship, but are you on the same wavelength as your partner? In a study published in the Journal of Sexual Research, researchers found that most participants described orgasm as pleasurable, without emotions like love and intimacy.

Both women and men in the study felt orgasm was a culmination of sex and saw it as a goal to achieve by means of multiple sexual practices. More men than women  felt orgasm was the end of sex. Almost all participants said their their partner’s orgasm was very important, specifically where partners had an emotional connection.

Orgasm, say researchers, had produced both physical and psychological pleasure, including emotional pleasure among partners in relationships compared to casual sex.

As many as 54%, mostly female, reported faking orgasm for the sake of their partners’ feelings. So bruh, if you want to ensure she actually has an orgasm, understand  The Female Orgasm.