Last year, Durex India dropped the biggest truth bomb on us, and we haven’t recovered from it just yet. The brand revealed how 70% of women in India do not orgasm every time they have sex. And they came out with a campaign ‘Orgasm Inequality’.
Like it or not, orgasm inequality does exist, and it’s rampant amongst Indian women. What does this mean? In simpler words, it basically means percentage of women attaining orgasm is way lower than men.
Swara Bhaskar partnered with Durex India to open up a conversation about the importance of women being upfront about attaining sexual pleasure.
Bollywood actress and newspaper columnist Pooja Bedi, too, agreed that there is a huge orgasm inequality in India that leads to fake orgasms in women. In fact, she invited the audience to share their #IFakedItToo stories.
Twitteratti couldn’t help themselves from slamming both the actress as they thought of the issue as vulgar. One of the Twitter users called both the actress jobless and wrote, “all jobless actress are promoting @DurexIndia #FakeOrgasm for their livelihood.”
Giving a befitting reply, Pooja wrote, “It’s your job in bed to make sure your woman orgasms… and hopefully she doesn’t fake it… respect for women shows both on twitter and in bed.”