A survey found that engaging in self-love can produce better orgasms
, reports Daily Star Online.
When researchers involved in the study asked 1,055 cisgender women aged 18 to 94 about their sex lives and sexual touching preferences, many reported that penetration alone was not enough to achieve an orgasm
If you're worried about upsetting him, then don't say you've been faking it, but explain that lately you're finding it more difficult to orgasm
IN THE BEGINNING Jack and I started to have sex regularly but I had never felt anything remotely pleasurable enough to be called an orgasm
and I started to fixate on there being something wrong with me.
I don't know about you, but I can't remember the last time I had an orgasm
from getting my hair brushed.
Leaving aside questions of synchronicity, Jagose plunges into the careers of orgasm
for straight women and gay men, who both "emblematize in very different ways both the forces and expressions of modern life, [and] they do so not together but at a temporal remove from each other" (p.
The chapters on simultaneous orgasm
and faked orgasm
are particularly compelling.
Whipple and Komisaruk (1985) reported that in women, pain thresholds are increased during vaginal orgasm
Listen to my Female Orgasm
helpline on 0901 565 5502.
From the viewpoint of Taoist sexology, orgasm
is defined by the pulsation of sexual energy and is not to be confused with ejaculation, which releases seed essence out the "ancestral muscle" or "jade stalk" (penis).
An AARP survey of 745 women over age 45 found that less than a third said they always had an orgasm
during intercourse, with slightly more than a third saying they "usually" reached orgasm
Similarly, while masturbating to orgasm
in the presence of another was considered to be having sex by less than 4% of participants, 34% reported that this behaviour was sufficient to consider that persona sexual partner and 95% considered it to be unfaithful.
FRIENDS star Jennifer Aniston yesterday told how she barred co- star Jim Carrey from watching a scene where she had to fake an orgasm
,'' apparently part of a cinematic series chronicling the dating and mating rituals of neurotic single women, follows Davis' not-much-fresher ``I Love You, Don't Touch Me