O-Natomy

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How to have a nipple orgasm

Clitoral and vaginal orgasms might get all the attention but our columnist Coco O has recently discovered the mysterious nipple orgasm. Here, she explains what it’s all about.

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The Female A-spot: where is it and why does it need our attention?

Unlike its’ sister, the G-spot, the A-spot doesn’t get the attention it deserves. The A-spot often is confused with the G-spot, but they are actually two separate areas, that produce very different reactions. What is great about the A-spot is that it can actually be stimulated internally during anal sex, despite the myth that women feel little to no pleasure during anal. The A-spot allows women to receive orgasmic pleasure beyond the clitoris.

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Pelvic floor muscle: the secret love muscle?

The pelvic floor muscle is often referred to as the ‘love muscle’, but is the moniker actually true? And just what does the pelvic floor musculature have to do with orgasm intensity? Let’s find out.