Even non-genital stimulation, like kissing, petting, or nipple play can do the trick. It means knowing your own needs, and owning your sexuality and pleasure! What better way to do this than by discovering new, interesting facts about female orgasms, right? These interesting facts about female orgasms will make sex with your partner feel new again! While clitoral orgasms happen more than vaginal orgasms for most women, it is possible to have both. This is what is known as a blended orgasm.
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Even non-genital stimulation, like kissing, petting, or nipple play can do the trick. It means knowing your own needs, and owning your sexuality and pleasure! What better way to do this than by discovering new, interesting facts about female orgasms, right? These interesting facts about female orgasms will make sex with your partner feel new again! While clitoral orgasms happen more than vaginal orgasms for most women, it is possible to have both.
This is what is known as a blended orgasm. This climax combo can be achieved through certain positions, such as lying on your back with feet dangling over the edge of the bed. Then, raise your pelvis during sex, as your partner reaches in to stimulate your clitoris. According to Dr Debby Herbenick a sex researcher and author of Because It Feels Good, the quality and frequency of orgasms improve with age. Your self-esteem is linked to your ability to climax For many women, being confident in their own skin and secure in their relationship is a prerequisite to achieving the big O.
More specifically, a woman who has no insecurities about her intimate parts can have better quality orgasms. Like we said, orgasms go beyond the physical. It has a lot to do with your mental and emotional state.
So own your sexiness! Got body pains? Orgasms can last up to 20 seconds Out of all the interesting facts about female orgasms, this has to be one of the most promising. Yes, female orgasms can last for a long time. It all starts with finding your G-spot. It varies for each woman. But it is typically a slightly rough patch found within the vagina.
During orgasm, your fears disappear Your entire body might be tingling, but the part of your brain that controls emotion, fear, and safety reflexes turns off, just for a bit. Your body also releases large amounts of of oxytocin, or the "cuddle hormone," causing you to trust your hubby more.
According to Medical News Today, not only do orgasms relax you, they also stimulate the brain to enter a trance-like state or an altered state of consciousness. Sounds magical, right? Other mums have faked it, too. So make sure to communicate your needs with him and work together to make sex better! Even non-genital stimulation, like kissing, petting, or nipple play, has been found to result in orgasms.
Get creative, girls! There is no surefire way to orgasm during sex. Sometimes orgasms sneak up on you out of nowhere, while other times it takes more work and effort. The important thing is to embrace the journey. Even the most sexually compatible couples can experience inconsistencies in the big O department. Most women will take a while before they can get there Inconsistencies can also happen when it comes to the pace of achieving orgasms.
Your partner could climax early, while it takes you about 20 minutes of foreplay and sex to get there. Experts recommend that you talk to your partner about it, so you can work to slow him down during sex. This can be done through placing pressure around the base of his penis to keep him from ejaculating.
But it is also important for him to calm his mind and to concentrate. This will take massive focus on his part, but the end result will be totally worth it! Lead image -- a still from Ragini MMS 2 -- used for representational purposes only. Get Rediff News in your Inbox:.
Debby Herbenick on Making Sex Normal at TEDxBloomington Transcript
But when I first accepted a job in at the Kinsey Institute for Research in sex, gender and reproduction, I was really nervous to tell my family that I would be working in sex research. I was particularly nervous to tell my grandmother. But when I went to Boston to visit my grandmother and I told her about the job that I was taking, she surprised me by saying that she was proud of me and that she thought it was really important work to be doing. And this was not the grandmother that I knew. But then she told me a story that helped me to understand. This is my grandmother and my mom as a young girl. My granny told me that she and my grandfather had tried for years to become pregnant and when they finally did, it was a dream come true for them.
Because It Feels Good
Malak Your drive may be to high or too low. The Coregasm Workout takes a look at t Debby Herbenick is an associate professor at Indiana University, a lead scientist in the study of sex, and an internationally recognized author and sex educator. Herbenick is the kind of confidante every woman longs for—a sex advisor who is as approachable as a girlfriend and as knowledgeable as a sex education professor. Download our Spring Fiction Sampler Now. Skinnytaste One and Done.
Because It Feels Good : A Woman's Guide to Sexual Pleasure and Satisfaction
Debby Herbenicks message is so basic, so obvious: sex should be pleasurable. Yet many womenwhether in love, out of love, avoiding love or hesitatingly dipping their toes into loveare having sex without pleasure. Whereas sex is increasingly becoming another task on a persons to-do list; and continues to be a topic enshrouded in shame, guilt, embarrassment and misinformation; Herbenick take us back to the basics, bringing pleasure back into sex. Yet many women—whether in love, out of love, avoiding love or hesitatingly dipping their toes into love—are having sex without pleasure. Patient, accepting and knowledgeable, Herbenick is an ideal sex coach.