Faking orgasms creates a negative feedback loop
To end the cycle of faking orgasms, all parties must find their voice in the bedroom and speak up.
"If you fake it once and he thinks what he is doing is working, he will continue to do what he thinks will work next time," says Connell. If something feels good, give your partner props and reinforce the behavior. Know that it's perfectly OK to stop a consensual sex experience if it isn't doing it for you. Ditto for not coming at all. Sex is all about creating boundaries.
The bottom line is that your sex life can only benefit if your partner understands how to please you -- and vice versa. The sad truth is that for most of our lives, women's orgasms have been put second to men's, if not considered downright superfluous.
Whether you want to spare his feeling or make it stop, please, for the love of female pleasure everywhere, stop pretending that you had one.