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A fake orgasm occurs when a person pretends to have an orgasm without actually experiencing one. It usually involves simulating or acting out behaviors typically associated with orgasm, such as body movements, vocal sounds, and sequences of intensification followed by apparent release. It can also include giving verbal indications that orgasm occurred. Women fake orgasms more frequently than men, with one survey finding that 26 percent of women fake an orgasm every time they have sex. For women in heterosexual relationships, faking an orgasm can also be based on deference to the man, need for his approval, or feelings of shame or sexual inadequacy. A random-sample telephone poll of 1, Americans showed that 48 percent of women and 11 percent of men faked orgasm.