Women who make more money than their partners are twice as likely to fake their orgasms, psychologists have found 0 112

FAKE it till you make it.

Who knew money could be the reason why a woman fakes an orgasm?

GettyWomen are twice as likely to fake an orgasm with their male partners if they are the breadwinners in the relationship[/caption] GettyWeekly, women only make 81.7 percent of what men do[/caption]

According to psychologists, women who make more money than their male partners are much more likely to fake an orgasm.

After all, the more money you have, the more powerful…right?

Society has always made men out to be the breadwinners and main source of income for a family.

Though that may still apply to some, nowadays many women are bringing home the big bucks in their relationship, despite the gender pay gap.

In 2020, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that women were only making 81.7 percent of what a man was per week.

Even with this wage gap, they also reported that 29 percent of women were in fact the breadwinners in their relationship.

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Psychologists have claimed that these women breadwinners are more likely to fake orgasms than those who make less than their male significant other.

Many men who have female partners that make more than them feel as if their masculinity is being threatened (just wait until they find out their special someone’s been faking her sexual satisfaction this whole time).

In an attempt to boost their man’s ego, a 2021 survey showed women fake a whopping 39 orgasms each year.

The money-making women are doing this in an attempt to make their significant other feel better about themselves.

Professor Jessica Jordan, a psychologist at the University of South Florida, led this study and concluded that women are prioritizing what they believe their man needs rather than their own satisfaction.

Professor Jordan had studied 157 women who were in a relationship with a male.

The study showed that women made more than their male partners 29.6 percent of the time, while on average orgasming 64 percent of the time, and faking it 18 percent.

As a result, Professor Jordan was able to confirm that women who make more than their male partners are in fact twice as likely to fake an orgasm during sex.

If you’re sick of faking satisfaction for the sake of your man’s ego, adventurous couples are urged to try the butter churner sex position to increase their chances of orgasming.

Getty18% of women in heterosexual relationships fake their orgasms[/caption] GettyWomen who make more money than their male partners fake orgasms to boost their man’s ego[/caption]

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My bitter ex told lies to my friends about my ‘small manhood’ after I dumped her 0 47

DEAR DEIDRE: MY ex is so bitter about being dumped that she is spreading nasty rumours around our friendship group – saying I’m rubbish in bed and have a small todger.

She never complained when we were together, but last week she told the girls in our group that being with me was “like kissing a soggy lettuce leaf” and that she “literally didn’t feel a thing when we were having sex” because I’m so small.

My ex is so bitter about being dumped that she is spreading nasty rumours around our friendship group – saying I’m rubbish in bed and have a small todger

I’m 25 and she’s 24. I think part of it is jealousy.

She knows a couple of the other girls fancy me and I think she’s trying to sabotage any chance I have with them.

Not that I’m even planning anything.

She’s so insecure and has a vicious tongue on her.

I’m tempted to let each of her so-called friends know what she really says about them in private.

Even her best friend gets a nasty critique every time she posts anything on Instagram.

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Her top is either too short, or her hair looks like wire, or her laugh is fake . . . it goes on and on.

I don’t regret splitting up with her but this last trick has really infuriated me.

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You could maybe reply with: “Let’s just say she never complained when we were together and nor have any of my other exes.”

Your friends will soon see her behaviour for what it is – jealous insecurity.

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DEAR DEIDRE: MY partner said he was on a work trip two months ago, but he had actually got married and been on honeymoon.

Our relationship had become a bit predictable, but we still had regular sex and nice days out with our two young sons.

My partner lied about his work trip – he was really on his HONEYMOON

I’m 32 and he’s 37. Our sons are four and two.

When he returned from his “work trip” he blamed me for his cheating, saying I had let myself go and didn’t pay him enough attention.

He then told me he’d “traded up” for a better model. It didn’t stop there.

He said that his wife, who is 27, is absolutely stunning and makes him feel special.

Apparently this woman was a barmaid he’d met on a golf trip and they had been seeing each other for six months.

He told me all this, then marched upstairs and packed his games console and his clothes and drove off out of my life.

The thing is, we always talked about getting married but when we had kids there always seemed something better to spend our money on.

Mutual friends have told me he has moved into a new-build home on the other side of our small town and his wife has plenty of family money.

My sons are really missing him and I don’t even know how I feel.

Sometimes when he comes to visit the boys I beg him to come home.

But other times I’m so angry with him, I refuse to let him in.

Now he is accusing me of stopping him from seeing his children.

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Surely he can’t just show up when he likes?

I’m a mess and need to start getting a grip for the kids’ sake.

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This man sounds selfish and immature, and quite frankly the way he has treated you is emotionally abusive.

It won’t feel like it now, but you really are better off without him.

He is behaving like he still lives in your home, by just turning up unannounced.

Tell him firmly that you would encourage a good relationship between him and your sons but he can only collect them with prior arrangement.

Start to put down your boundaries.

I’m sending you my support pack When Parents Fall Out, which you could pass to him to help explain why you need to co-operate for the future wellbeing of your children.

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I’d recommend seeing a counsellor to help you with this betrayal and am sending you my Counselling support pack.

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