In this blogpost I want to discuss how long it takes during sex to go from penetration to ejaculation. I have discussed foreplay in other blogs so this time I want to concentrate on the actual time spent during penetration. One international scientific survey involving 500 partners all over the world came up with the following findings
The time taken varied from 3.5 minutes to 44 minutes. Couples averaged out at 5.4 minutes from the moment of penetration to ejaculation. The survey broke this information down into different age groups. The very young men can swing from the fastest to the slowest depending on fitness, hormones and their experience with sex. In reality there was not a big difference in findings for young men and 55 year olds.
In this survey they also took note of where the participants came from. They found that the fastest males to come where the Turks in about 3.5 minutes, but these findings should be taken with a smile and a grain of salt. The number of Turks that were timed having sex could hardly be taken as indicative of the complete Turkish population of 80 million.
A more important consideration about sex is not how long it takes but if both people are satisfied and happy in the end, whether they take four minutes or forty four minutes. When the penetration is too long with a really big penis it can be painful for the woman or in some cases for both parties. This type of extended sex can leave the couple’s private parts red and sore. On the other extreme, when sex is in, out, wham, bang, like a rabbit, it is no fun for the couple either. I hasten to add that I have not seen any study done on how rabbits have sex so it is not fair to presume they do not have fun. Even without the findings of a scientific study it is fair to presume that rabbits really do enjoy sex considering how much time they spend at it – like rabbits!
Ejaculation normally lasts less than a minute, from 33 to 45 seconds. With Viagra a man has a stronger and more erect penis but it loses sensitivity and with more aggressive sex can hurt the partner. My advice is that Viagra can be useful for a man but do not take too strong doses and only use it if you have a problem with erection. There are more enjoyable ways of improving sex which allows both partners to increase their pleasure together. Sex is best if you learn how to enjoy both your bodies interacting together and not turning the penis into a pounding rod to attack the woman’s Vagina. Sex is not about two pieces of raw meat pounding together, it is about two beautiful bodies working together.