Women are getting seriously screwed — and not in the way they want — leading to multiple Googles searches for ways to have a better orgasm or any orgasm. And it's a little bit surprising. A recent survey from Cosmopolitan found that only 57 percent of women experience an orgasm while having sex with their partners. In the same survey, 50 percent of women reported they come close to climaxing only to have their partners stop before they reach the finish line. I personally think porn is partially to blame. Or, at the very least, a steamy 50 Shades of Grey scene.
Orgasming is not about having the latest sex toy or the right partner. Your main obstacle to orgasm is your own beliefs and attitudes towards yourself, your body, and your own sexuality. As westerners, understanding something on the level of the mind makes it easier to accept and experience it. You just changed my life so I wanted to say thank you. A link to one of your articles came up in my Facebook news feed. It was about 8 different kinds of female orgasm. I had lots and lots of goddess spot orgasms.
To hear a woman say she achieved a vaginal orgasm is a rare occurrence. Historically, there has been a large knowledge gap when it comes to the science of female orgasms. The same study found that less than 1 in 5 women are able to orgasm through vaginal stimulation. As it happens, achieving vaginal orgasm is a challenging task that requires concentration, lubrication, a vibrator, some weird positions, and exercises. Here are some tips to help you experience one and keep it coming.
Suddenly sliding away from that peak is disappointing, to say the least. That's doubly true for women, many of whom find it much harder to achieve orgasm during penetrative sex. In fact, according to a recent survey, only 65 percent of heterosexual women consistently reach the pinnacle of pleasure during sex. So what can you do to help her reach that peak? Help her relax, says sex therapist Ian Kerner, Ph.