Foreplay: Unnecessary

Will the wondrous advances of science never cease? Ladies and gentlemen, a new study has proven that foreplay is totally unnecessary. Just dive right in!

The new study in the Journal of Sexual Medicine by two researchers from, I don't know, The University of Pimping, proves via a big survey of Czech women that the frequency of women's orgasms correlates to how long they actually have "INTERCOURSE," but does not correlate to how long you mess around beforehand.

Of the women who report average intercourse length of 1 to 10 minutes, 50% had an orgasm most of the time and 28% had them in a minority of cases or never. For women who report 11 to 20 minutes, the numbers are 62% and 22%, and for the women who boink more than 20 minutes they're 72% and 13%.

But the length of foreplay didn't matter at all! Good news...lazy bastards! (How did foreplay get a bad reputation?) There's also something for the short-winded to cheer:

Of the women who report that intercourse usually lasts only 1-5 minutes, fully two thirds said they come with their partner at least about half the time, and 19.4% said they come "almost every time." But the survey didn't distinguish whether they came during intercourse or during some other part of the endeavor.

[Psychology Today]