PSU Sex Study: Take the Pleasure Measure Sex Meter Test

How do you do on the “Pleasure Measure Meter”?
Take the test!

A Penn State study due out this May in the issue of the Journal of Sexual Medicine measured the sexual “pleasure” factor, the end result, a major sex myth, busted.

Researchers Eric Corty and Jenay Guardiana at Penn State Erie did a study on the amount of time it took couples to reach sexual pleasure through intercourse. Their findings dispel one particular myth about the length of time it took couples to reach sexual nirvana.

We devised this simple Sex Pop Quiz to see if you already knew what the Penn State Researchers discovered about sex and the length of time, from penetration to ejaculation, needed to reach “satisfactory” intercourse.


Sex Pop Quiz

1. Sexual satisfaction is based on the size of the man’s penis.

True

False

2. The longer the intercourse lasts, the better the sexual pleasure.

True

False

3. Sexual satisfaction is based on the man’s erection.

True

False

4. Couples who report sexual satisfaction have sex that lasts from 2 – 4 hours.

True

False

5. Ten to 30 minutes of intercourse is too long.

True

False

6. One to two minutes of intercourse is too short.

True

False

7. Seven to thirteen minutes is just right.

True

False

8. Three to seven minutes of intercourse is considered adequate.

True

False

9. The average sex therapist believes sexual intercourse that lasts three to 13 minutes is abnormal and routinely counsels couples to go for at least an hour and half.

True

False

10. Couples who believe sex should last for hours may be setting themselves up for bitter disappointment.

True

False

11. Sex Researchers have one the best jobs on the market.

True

False

12. Sexual Behavioral Studies can be misleading.

True

False

13. Men seek out sexually enhancing performance drugs because of pressure from “aggressive sexually ardent women”.

True

False

14. Drug companies who manufacture Viagra, ect., have a vested interested in maintaining the myth that “longer” is better.

True

False

According to the two researchers, satisfactory sexual intercourse is not based on the size of the man’s penis nor his erection but on the amount of time spent from “penetration to ejaculation”.

The study found that intercourse that lasted from one to two minutes was too short. (Of course just about everyone on the planet already knew this) While intercourse that lasted from three to seven minutes is considered “normal”. But then again, just what is “normal”?

The researchers found the optimum amount of time spent to achieve “sexual satisfaction” for “typical” couples was 7 to 13 minutes while intercourse that lasted from 10 to 30 minutes was “too long”.

Sexual therapists tend to believe that normal intercourse should last from 3 to 13 minutes.

Read more of Penn State Study: Pleasure Measured, Myth Busted at DBKP.com

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5 responses to “PSU Sex Study: Take the Pleasure Measure Sex Meter Test

  1. 3 to 13 minutes huh. Now if I can get my wife to believe that.

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