Combining vaginal stimulation with clitoral bliss makes having a bomb orgasm pretty much a sure thing. Sexperts Sadie Allison, PhD, founder of TickleKitty.com and author of Ride ‘Em Cowteen! and Yvonne Fulbright, PhD, author of The Better Sex Guide to Extraordinary Lovemaking explain how to get
If that were true, then there would be an awful lot of women out there who just aren’t realising their sexual potential. Between thirty and forty percent of women claim never to have experienced an orgasm through vaginal penetration alone – though many more can orgasm through clitoral stimulation.
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In a study of 3,900 men and women (nearly all heterosexual), both genders were more likely to have an orgasm the last time they had sex if they racked up a greater number of sexual acts (like oral sex, anal sex, manual stimulation, penile-vaginal intercourse, etc.). BUT, most of the men and women in this study reported only having P-in-V intercourse …
2. Condom use doesn’t affect orgasm quality. In case you’re wondering if a condom has anything to do with the quality of your orgasm, don’t. “Women are equally likely to experience orgasm with or without a condom, dispelling myths that condoms don’t make for good sex,” says Debby Herbenick, PhD, a research scientist at Indiana University …
A lot of guys are frustrated about their partner’s sex life. Women have much more trouble reaching orgasm than men, and this leads to
The vaginal orgasm doesn’t exist – it’s the clitoris that holds the key to female pleasure, study claims There is no such thing as a vaginal orgasm, experts said in a review