When it comes to health and wellness trends and gimmicks, I consider myself a professional lab rat on board with anything short of amputating a limb. I've allowed acupuncturists to jab needles into my forehead, let a "strawberry lipo" laser penetrate 13 millimeters into my abdomen to melt fat, and had my vagina tightened with a laser. And yet, I've somehow managed to neglect trying the easiest, most satisfying, and healthy not to mention totally free!
Let me say here and now, without shame or blush, that I like the missionary position. Making love while lying on my back with my husband on top is familiar and comfortable. It's the meat loaf and mashed potatoes of the sex manual.
I am an year-old woman and have had two sexual partners. My current boyfriend is loving, passionate, not at all selfish, and would do anything to make me orgasm. I can orgasm with porn or when masturbating alone, but not with him.
The key is spending more time on foreplay and learning about the two spots that, when stimulated, can lead to a female orgasm. It also doesn't hurt to understand which sexual positions provide the best chance for orgasm. Read on to discover the top three secrets to the female orgasm.
Everyone wants that! Sit in a chair and have your partner put two fingers on either side of your clitoris, scissoring their fingers together while gently licking or sucking the tip of your clit. Not only does this allow for deeper penetration, but you can have them knead or spank your butt for improved orgasm.
I am a year-old woman and have been reading about masturbation since I was in my early 20s, including Our Bodies, Ourselves and feminist books about how women deserve pleasure. I bought a Magic Wand in my 20s, read Betty Dodsonand went to a sex therapy group, and have been unsuccessfully trying to masturbate for decades. I have learned how to meditate and now hope that focusing on deep breathing will help.
They had an orgasm and you missed out? Unfortunately, women find themselves in this position more often than not. The orgasm gap is getting in the way of us ladies coming -- and that's just not fair.
During love making the body goes through four different phases. These are the excitement, plateau, orgasm and resolution phases. Each stage is characterised by certain physical responses and changes. Making love however is not just about the physical body.
Matt Cook hasn't had an orgasm in seven months, and he hopes never to intentionally have one again. The year-old publisher from Virginia isn't celibate. Happily married for 25 years, Cook said his sex life is more exciting than ever and giving up the goal-oriented climax has improved every aspect of his life.
It's not a big secret: There is a difference between making love and having sex. That said, if you haven't experienced it for yourself, you may not be entirely sure what exactly those differences are. Or you may just not be sure if what you are experiencing is making love or having sex. Sometimes, the line can get a little blurry.