In honor of International Clitoris Awareness Week, we're schooling you on the things you probably — no, definitely — never knew about the most pleasurable part of your body.
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c. 2012 Susun S Weed (Expert) Author: Down There: Sexual & Reproductive Health the Wise Woman Way Herbal aphrodisiacs are fun and effective ways of improving overall health in addition to amping up sexual health and vigor. In the past few installments, we have dabbled with potions of ginkgo, ginseng, ginger, guarana, damiana, potency wood, and yohimbe. Does this exhaust the list?
Think you know the clitoris? It's a powerful female sex organ that comes with a number of fascinating facts.
c. 2012 Susun S Weed (Expert) Author: Down There: Sexual & Reproductive Health the Wise Woman Way Like eating chocolate, having an orgasm isn’t just a pleasure, it’s a way to improve your overall health. And, like eating chocolate, there are a few guidelines to follow to reap the benefits.
Many women think they have sexual dysfunction when actually there is nothing wrong with them. They may have high expectations of how a woman should be during sex, which may have come from highly unrealistic literature or from the erroneous theory of vaginal versus clitoral orgasm (for more on this see Sarita's article on Great Sex for Women).
The sexual fulfilment of women is one of my favourite topics, and I have dedicated 37 years of personal and professional research to the study of it. There are five factors which are important to understand when discussing women’s sexual fulfilment. 1) Sexual anatomy 2) Cycles 3) Senses 4) Chakras 5) Spirituality
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."