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Stephen Kershnar
Fredonia State University
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In this essay, I argue that orgasm-faking is permissible. My essay consists of three parts. First, I provide a background sketch of the psychology of orgasm-faking. Second, I argue that it is permissible. Third, I consider other arguments that might be made for the permissibility of faking it
Keywords Sex  Orgasm  Rights  Lying  Deception  Love  Harm  Faking  Coitus
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ISBN(s) 0739-098X
DOI 10.5840/ijap20122617
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