I want to first apologize on behalf of women everywhere for the worst bedroom farce there is: the dreaded faked orgasm.
Our reasons for committing said act are varied, but share a common goal: we do so in order to close the curtain (so to speak), and let everyone walk away without getting hurt.
To be fair, this behavior has done a terrible disservice; to the women missing out, and to the people they're having sex with. Faked orgasms perpetuate bad behavior. They prevent open communication. And in the case of an underperforming partner, the "faux O" blocks him or her from improving a valuable skill set and honing their technique.
Now, I know some of you think this doesn't apply to you -- that you can detect a fake orgasm a mile away. Well, chances are that's not exactly true; at least, not 100% of the time. In the most in-depth sexuality study since the Kinsey era, Trojan revealed an "orgasm perception gap" in which 85% of men said their female partners orgasmed the last time they had sex... while only 64% of women said the same. So for all those sexual sleuths out there, it seems a staggering number of you, actually aren't.