We're in the midst of an orgasm gap : For every three orgasms a man experiences, women only experience one. Perhaps they just don't recognize that an orgasm happened, or that particular orgasm wasn't as strong. If you think you're part of the un lucky 10 percent of women who are anorgasmic, there's hope: Most of the women who are inhibited by those social factors are indeed able to overcome them at some point in their lives.
The female orgasm is generally regarded as a magical, mysterious thing. It relies on all kinds of intriguing bits like the G spot and the clitoris. We asked a bunch of women to describe what exactly an orgasm feels like for them.
When it comes to receiving oral sex, you're probably thinking foreplay : the real sex is yet to come. However, don't be mistaken. Oral sex can be just as hot and sensual as intercourse, and if done well, it can totally lead to an orgasm.
Getting there, though, can be the difficult part, even if your partner is eager, willing, and doing his or her best to send you into the stratosphere. You need to be involved, mentally and physically. Below, pro secrets for orgasming during oral sex. Related stories.
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Personally, I love both giving and receiving oral sex, but I can tell you from experience that the things women think when they climax from oral sex aren't always sexy. In fact, they're mostly hilarious. Personally, when I'm climaxing from oralmy thought process goes something like this: Concentrate or you'll lose it!
In college, I lived next door to an agonizingly pretty cocktail waitress. The walls were thin. The scientists, Gayle Brewer of the University of Central Lancashire and Colin Hendrie of the University of Leeds, asked 71 women between the ages of 18 and 48 a series of questions.