Orgasms are not one-size-fits-all. What works for one woman won't work for everyone and what worked for you with one partner might not work with another. Here's the scenario.
Verified by Psychology Today. Sex Esteem. The female orgasm is under the microscope again in the media, but for different reasons.
First came the G-spotthen multiple climax and spiritual tantric sex. The modern woman is not only expected to be a good mother and a professional success, but some believe she needs to behave like a porn star in the bedroom. So if a simple device could reveal whether a woman is capable of a vaginal orgasmwould it take the pressure off heterosexual women to perform? New research suggests that a simple measurement -- a "rule of thumb" -- might be the key to the pleasures of sexual intercourse.
Women react to the resultant emotional pain by developing a poor self-concept or body image, distrust of their partner and other protective and pseudo-independent defenses that, in turn, predispose alienation in their relationships. Basically insecure anxious or avoidant attachment patterns they developed in childhood persist into adult life and strongly influence numerous aspects of sexual relating. The list is not meant to exhaust all possible psychological issues; however, in our clinical experience, we have found these to be fundamental and understanding them to be useful in helping women achieve richer, more satisfying sexual lives.
A study published last month in The Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy found that nearly 37 percent of American women required clitoral stimulation to experience orgasmcompared with 18 percent of women who said that vaginal penetration alone was enough to come. According to Debby Herbenicka researcher at the Center for Sexual Health Promotion at Indiana University, the results of this study revealed women's wide range of preferences when it came to how they liked being touched during sex. The study, which was conducted in partnership with OMGYesa company focused on "the science of women's pleasure," surveyed more than 1, women between the ages of 18 and
Because no-one talked about it, no-one knew how common it was, an a culture of silence around orgasms was forged. Those of you who can orgasm from just penetrative sex are super lucky and should feel very pleased with yourselves. You are in a small minority and can probably enjoy sex with someone who is relatively unskilled.
Verified by Psychology Today. All About Sex. Ever since when Alfred Kinsey launched modern sex research, one finding has been confirmed and re-confirmed over and over again.
The female orgasm is as elusive as the coveted Holy Grail. This makes a great number of women feel inadequate, as if her sexual equipment is broken, leading her down a path of exploration to seek and find the BIG O. After trying many positions, reading self-help books and buying dozens of toys, some women remain unaware of exactly what an orgasm is and why it is so difficult to reach one.