Are you one of many women that have never experienced an orgasm? Don’t worry — you’re definitely not alone in that. In fact, you can even blame biology for your lack of orgasmic experiences. How so? Well, we’re not all equally biologically programmed.
A vaginal orgasm might be easy to achieve for many women, but what if it isn’t? How do you let your partner know that you apparently cannot orgasm? Do you even tell them at all?
When it comes to questions like that, many women run to a single solution that has been proven effective since time immemorial — faking it! Faking an orgasm is something we’ve all done at least once. Maybe you’re having sex with someone new, and you don’t want to make them feel bad. Perhaps they’ve asked if you’ve orgasmed, and you’ve said yes because they clearly have no idea either way.
Reaching orgasms is something many of us struggle with. There’s a lot of frustration that comes with never experiencing one. It just makes you wonder if there’s something wrong with you. Thankfully, we have the answer to that.
Struggling to orgasm is a perfectly normal thing. Many men and women go through the same issue. Luckily, there are ways to explore other options because there isn’t just one type of orgasm.
Masturbation should play a significant role in how you experience orgasms. It helps you get to know your body, which means you’ll know the right buttons to push every single time. Not to mention that there are health benefits to it. What could possibly go wrong with giving it a try?
Faking the Big O
Unfortunately, not all women can achieve orgasm during intercourse. That’s right. Not all of us can experience that orgasmic bliss. Therefore, many of us …
The first vibrator ever was invented to cure a fake disease called female hysteria. This imaginary sickness was treated as an actual problem, and not without a good reason. One of the main causes of it was, as you can imagine, sexual frustration, that is, unfulfilled sexual needs.
So, it’s no wonder why the first vibrator was so good at treating “hysteria.” Even today, it’s still incredibly helpful when it comes to fulfilling sexual needs and keeping us in a good mood.
Moreover, the number of possibilities grew enormously in the 20th century. Today, we have so many sex toys to try out and play with that it would be a pity not to explore all the sensations they can give you.
So, here are all the reasons why every woman out there should have a solo session with sex toys once in a while.
It’s kind of wild that female masturbation is still something of a taboo topic. This is especially galling when you take the benefits of female masturbation into account. It would be one thing if masturbation were just this thing you do without any potential payoff, but in reality, masturbation—and the orgasms it may cause—can bring a lot of good into your life. These benefits aren’t even just limited to your sexual health.
“I recommend [masturbation] to the women I [treat],” says Kelley Kitely, L.C.S.W., a women’s mental health expert based in Chicago, tells us. “But a lot of women are embarrassed by it. My hope is that we can normalize it for women, too, because it’s such a natural function,” Kitely says. “I like to refer to it [on the same level of importance] as eating, sleeping, and brushing our teeth.” Sign us up.
Although there’s not a wealth of …
Maybe masturbation is a regular part of your sex life and you do it so often you never give it a second thought. Or you don’t do it nearly as often as your body wants you to, but you want to work it into your routine. Whatever your situation, getting busy with yourself is something all women should embrace as normal and healthy—though not everyone is comfortable with the idea of it.
“It’s an age old problem of societal normalization,” says Holly Richmond, PhD, somatic psychologist and certified sex therapist. “Boys are brought up to think masturbation is the norm, but it’s not talked about for girls.” That’s a real shame, especially since self-stimulation can deliver a host of mind-body benefits. To set the record straight, we’ve rounded up 9 fascinating facts every woman needs to know about masturbation. Start reading . . . then show yourself some love.
How much do you know about masturbation? Here’s a look at some of the main things scientists have learned over the years from studying self-love, including who does it, why they do it, how they do it, and what physical and psychological effects it has on us.
1.) A majority of both men and women masturbate. However, men are more likely to have done it and they tend to do it more often than women.
2.) When considering people who have testosterone levels within the normal range, research has found that higher levels of testosterone are linked to having more desire for masturbation, but only among women; among men, testosterone levels are unrelated to masturbatory desire. This suggests that the factors triggering interest in masturbation may be different for men and women.
3.) People of all ages masturbate. Younger people are more likely to report doing it, but they’re definitely …
Men may talk about it more often, but women do it, too.
More than half of American women 18-49 masturbate at least once every 3 months, according to a study from The Kinsey Institute, and that’s true for single women and those who are coupled up. Self-pleasure doesn’t have the stigma it once did, says Nicole Prause, PhD, but myths still affect the way that some women feel about it — and how they do (or don’t) touch themselves.
Here are five things you should know about masturbation.
1. It’s good for you.
Masturbating increases blood flow throughout your body and releases feel-good brain chemicals called endorphins. “That may explain why there’s a clear mood benefit, even if you don’t orgasm,” says Prause, a sexuality researcher at UCLA. And while men are more likely to talk about blowing off steam by masturbating, research suggests it’s a stress-reliever for both sexes. …
Managing pain can really be… a pain. However, there are things you can do to help yourself. No, we’re not talking about taking different kinds of medicine. It’s not about essential oils, either. It’s about pleasure — sexual pleasure. Wouldn’t you agree that orgasms leave you feeling great better than anything else? Oh, yeah. They will serve as incredible pain relief.
Maybe you didn’t pay much attention to it before, but next time you orgasm, closely inspect how you feel. Do you know that orgasms can relieve cramp pain? Well, they can do so much more than that. Let’s find out.
The Female Orgasm
Do you know that wonderful feeling of intense warmth spreading all over your body? Ah, orgasms. You just have to love them. Well, they keep you wanting more, so it’s a given that you’ll love them. However, once upon a time, female orgasms presented a real …
We all masturbate. Both men and women are guilty of the act of pleasing themselves for any reason. Most of the time, we don’t need a reason at all.
Masturbation is healthy and can help us overcome many issues regarding our sexuality. It’s not limited to the use of hands either. You can include any sex toy you like. This is how you explore your erogenous zones and figure out what you like.
However, how often should you do it? Maybe twice a week is good enough? The frequency depends on your personal preference, but what matters most is not overdoing it. Playing with yourself can have nasty side effects for men and women alike.
Women need to be extra careful. Never forget to use lube, no matter how many waterfalls you feel your vagina can produce. There’s nothing worse than injuring your lady friend.
God, yes! And we’re glad you’re asking that question too. Many people think that the clitoris and vagina are the same. Well, they’re like twins — so alike, yet so different.
Reaching each of these orgasms requires a little bit of time and practice. However, the sensations they will bring you are out of this world. So let’s find out how different they are and how you can achieve them both every time.
What Exactly Happens During an Orgasm?
If you’ve ever felt like you’re losing your mind during sex — that’s because you are. A part of your brain packs its bags and says goodbye for a while. Don’t let that worry you, though, because it does come back.
Now, imagine what your whole body goes through during an orgasm. If you’re lucky enough to experience it regularly, you probably know how this feels. You feel a rush go …
It’s astonishing how NASA has obtained rocks from the Moon and peered into the vast reaches of space. Even though we’ve learned so much about outer space, female sexuality is still seen as mysterious. With this mentality, misconceptions and false ideas can easily spread, so let’s check some of the popular myths about female masturbation that are prevalent today.
Why Do Women Even Masturbate?
I mean… Have you tried it?! It tends to be quite enjoyable, and the level of pleasure ranges from “it was a fun three minutes” to “earth-shattering fireworks of ecstasy.” Of course, if you are in a dry period, or you’re not an avid practitioner in general, that’s perfectly fine. Still, most women do it for the same reasons men do, and that is primarily because it’s pleasurable.
Though masturbation can also be a couples’ or group activity, women usually do it when they want to …
It’s no secret that an orgasm is that sweet cherry on top of your sex cake. However, those that men experience differ quite a bit from those of women. There’s no doubt that both are important for your sexual health, but how does it feel for your man to spill his load? Our article aims to describe the whole thing and help you improve your skills in bed, so you can give him an ejaculation he’ll never forget.
Orgasms Are Amazing
Although female orgasms are fewer than male ones, they are arguably more satisfying. But how come? Well, it’s safe to say they last at least a few seconds more, which makes them somewhat more powerful than male ones. However, many people think that to reach a female orgasm, you have to penetrate fanatically, which is not true.
Firstly, female orgasm can come from three main types of stimulation. There’s …
First of all, what even IS an inflatable butt plug? Well, it’s precisely what you think it is — it’s a butt plug that can grow while inside your butthole.
Now, we know that might seem intimidating, but it’s far from that. If you’re a control freak, this toy is perfect for you because you’re completely in charge of it. The same could be said for any other toy, yes, but this is slightly different.
What we’re talking about here is inflation; the toy won’t grow beyond what you decide, so it’s perfectly safe to try it out. You can start slow and see how you like it, and we can guarantee that you will!
Inflatable butt plugs are quite versatile, and they can serve in place of an anal training kit or any other butt plug set. We’re sure we don’t need …
Dealing with orgasms can be bothersome at times. Who has the time to go looking for their G-spot every time they just want to get off? Well, lucky you because we’re here to tell you about different types of orgasms. Yes, they aren’t all about your vagina.
If you have a favorite erogenous zone — like your nipples or anus — the chances are that you’ll be able to orgasm from stimulating it. So, let’s talk about orgasms.
Starting with a bang, let’s talk about clitoral orgasms. They’re definitely one of the few favorites. In fact, these orgasms are probably the easiest to achieve. Still, you can’t just simply rub your clit until it falls off. You need to approach it in a different way.
Since we’re all different, different things will work for us. The easiest way to stimulate your clitoris is with your fingers. However, if …
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