What Women Want

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You might be tempted to think VigRX® Delay Spray is just about you. And yes, you stand to gain pleasure like you can't imagine with this popular male desensitizer. But it takes two to tango, and it may also help intimacy with your partner in crime.

Women want the joy of orgasm and everything that leads up to it. This may seem obvious, but a British study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine suggests many women go without it – in large part because their men have ejaculatory issues.

Yes, we'll say it, many guys finish too early. It affects her enjoyment of sex and quality of the relationship.



What Matters to Her

Ideally, women want intercourse for 23 minutes. That was the pooled response from the roughly 1,500 women in the study, all of whom were between 20 and 50.  

All of the women were involved with a man who ejaculated earlier than he wanted, had a history of premature ejaculation and/or wanted more control over his finish.  

Of These Women:

  • 1
    47.6% wanted to be kissed and caressed more
  • 2
    41.4% were sexually dissatisfied
  • 3
    About 40% said ejaculatory control was very important

Perhaps even more notable was the impact of premature ejaculation. A whopping 78.6% of the women who self-reported a sexual problem said it occurred with a man who finished too early.  

Another study, of 500 couples from five different countries, found the average intercourse lasted 5.5 minutes. You're in 'early' territory if you finish before that.


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What Do You Want to Do?
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