Men and women both have different ideas about their entitlement to sexual satisfaction according to new research from Social Psychological and Personality Science.
Several studies have found that women tend to orgasm less than men, a phenomenon dubbed the orgasm gap. Some in the manosphere believe it's a woman's duty to satisfy a man sexually, but the responsibility doesn't extend the other way.
The researchers first asked 203 individuals. The participants said that men were more entitled to orgasm in a short-term hook-up. But when it comes to long-term relationships, the participants said the opposite.