Squirting orgasms can be a lot of fun. But they have a lot of stigma and misinformation attached to them. It’s the reason many women never attempt one….
Our author Nadia Bokody is often asked by concerned readers whether she thinks they’re watching “too much porn”. And she always gives the same answer. Here it is…
The female orgasm is a wondrous thing. It is actually pretty devestating that more women (and men) don’t know how to experience an orgasm. This is largely due to misinformation (and straight up lack of information) about the female body. Nearly 80 percent of women require external clitoral stimulation in order to have an orgasm. This pleasure center is rarely (if ever) stimulated during intercourse.
The prostate is certainly having it’s moment in the sun in sex-positive communities, but this walnut sized gland remains largely untapped by most couples. This is a serious shame and we have to do something about it!
Pressing pause on having sex while in a relationship might sound like an unfair way to pressure your partner. However, when decided mutually, it can be an effective tool to take your connection to a new level rather than act as a relationship power play. Here our expert explains why.
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.
I try to keep a level head and stay humble, but when it comes to talking about my job, it’s honestly hard not to brag sometimes. After all, how many people can say they get paid to get off? At least, that was the assignment I set for myself this week. The challenge was simple: masturbate every day for a week and chronicle my experiences. The results were anything but expected. Here’s what happened…
If you’re a woman who has never had trouble achieving an orgasm, congratulations. You’re a unicorn. If you’re one of the other 99.99 percent of women, you’ve probably had at least one experience mentally beating yourself up for not being able to reach a climax during sex, which most likely culminated in frantically Googling various illnesses to find out what’s “wrong” with you.