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Author Topic: How can faking orgasm affect a couple's relationship?  (Read 6911 times)

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How can faking orgasm affect a couple's relationship?
« on: July 17, 2015, 09:06:47 am »
Dorothy Horton, PsyD, answers your questions in our Real Health Summer issue.

Q: How can faking orgasm affect a couple's relationship?

A: Remember the scene in the movie When Harry Met Sally when actress Meg Ryan faked an orgasm in a deli? The scene sparked a lot of talk. One reason might have been because it made people wonder whether someone had faked an orgasm with them.

Have you ever done this, or had it done to you? Deception is not a good thing for an intimate relationship. Faking an orgasm to lead your partner to believe you've reached a climax when this hasn't happened is just dishonest. It's like you've lied to your partner, and there's nothing like lying to erode the trust in your relationship.

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