According to my mother, women don't masturbate. The fact that I do, and she knows this because she reads what I write and I don't find the need to keep quiet about the subject, is not only upsetting to her but further proof that I "act like a man."
When it comes to sexual satisfaction, Americans could use a boost in bedroom confidence (and, apparently, in duration of intercourse).
One Dr. Adam Ostrzenski appears to have made the gynecological discovery of the year. He's found the elusive G spot: It was hiding in the cadaver of an 83-year-old Polish woman. Some people are a little skeptical of the doctor's orgasmic find, but we'll say good job nonetheless.
I've been hearing about this elusive G spot in a woman's vagina long before I had even experienced penetration myself. I've had straight female friends who swear the only way they can orgasm is if their G spot is stimulated by a penis; lesbian friends who have been more than willing not to only show me where it is, but how with ample pressure it can induce the even more elusive "female ejaculation"; and of course, sexual partners who've claimed they can "totally feel your G spot now from this angle, baby."
Spinning class may have just become a woman's worst enemy.
Some women go to the gym to lose weight. Others go to build muscle. But a third group—they go for the orgasms.
Guys, let me let you in on a little secret. Sometimes, we fake it. I know, I know. It's shady and you don't like it. But sometimes, it just happens.
It seems like women have a lot going on in their pubic area. While it may sound confusing and seem overwhelming, it's not. In fact, most of it is pretty amazing. Especially if you know the right areas. It's time to tell you all about the blended orgasm.
We’ve received this question from many women and have decided to address it here. As we often repeat, we’re here to help you understand how we think, and why we do what we do. The more you understand about us, the less confused you’ll be, and the easier it will be for you to have an open, successful relationship with the man of your dreams.
Every now and then, science does us a favor and sheds some much-needed light on the differences between men and women. Given the number of misconceptions there are about love, a group of psychologists took it upon themselves to review existing research and debunk six sex and gender myths most of us believe, although we shouldn't.
Both men and women like the pleasure that orgasms bring — but only male orgasms are actually "necessary." At least that's what science says — because only male orgasms are needed to make a baby. Ah, science. Science has clearly never had sex.
Fueled by pure primal instinct, our sex drive is a compelling physiological desire for copulation. Unlike most female mammals, women can enjoy immense pleasure from sexual activity. Of course a partner is not necessarily needed to achieve sexual satisfaction and orgasm, however it is always more fun to share erotic experiences with someone you care deeply for. Whether you enjoy solo play in stimulating yourself, or you have assistance from an adoring lover, orgasm can be profoundly powerful and extremely gratifying to a woman.