Female pleasure in bed has long gone ignored. For most heterosexual women this so-called ‘orgasm gap’ is no secret. Similar to the gender pay gap, the orgasm gap documents the disparity in the rates men and women achieve orgasms while having sex. Sadly, the issue still persists, making it all the more important to finally close the orgasm gap. Here at O Diaries, we debunk the myth of the “female orgasm”, because equality starts with the climax.
The human body is a pleasure map and its erogenous zones are the points that excite and stimulate the senses. But which are the most sensitive areas? Let’s find out.
The clitoris is THE organ of pleasure! The only purpose is sexual desire and satisfaction. Amazing, isn’t it? What’s surprising: Many men and women do not know a lot about the clitoris. This is going to end now! We’ll give you an overview about the anatomy of clitoris and give you some suprising facts, which are good to know.
“It could save a relationship” – “Sensual slowness for two” – “Megatrend” – “Every touch tingles”: The Internet is full of promising claims about a new trend called ‘Slow Sex’. But what does it actually entail? And could it really take sexual tenderness to a new level? We’ve taken a closer look.
Men and women can often feel threatened when their partner masturbates. That’s a perfectly normal response. The partner’s sexual gratification is not dependent on us, and this can leave us feeling excluded. But we really don’t have to feel like this. Indeed, masturbation can in fact be a positive force when accepted into an intimate relationship.