Just about everyone can enjoy orgasms by themselves, but many people encounter difficulty having them with others. A great deal of research shows that only 25 percent of women are consistently orgasmic during intercourse, and an estimated 5 to 10 percent of men have trouble ejaculating and/or experiencing orgasm. Meanwhile, many people consider it their [...]
Many lovers enjoy the special closeness, emotional intimacy, and erotic intensity of intercourse with the man on top. But the according to a great deal of research, only 25 percent of women are consistently orgasmic in the missionary position no matter what size the man’s penis nor how vigorous or prolonged the intercourse.
I’m a 55-year-old woman, and have always had a pretty happy sex life. But lately, it’s getting harder for me to come! Right when I am “on the verge,” I lose it and have to work up to it all over again. This doesn’t happen when I masturbate, just with my husband. We’re both frustrated. [...]
Only 25 percent of women are consistently orgasmic during vaginal intercourse. This bears repeating: Only one-quarter of women reliably experience orgasm during intercourse—no matter how long it lasts, no matter what size the man’s penis, and no matter how the woman feels about the man or the relationship. This statistic comes not from just one [...]
Only 25 percent of women consistently experience orgasm during vaginal intercourse. About half of women experience orgasms during intercourse sometimes. And about 25 percent of women rarely or ever have orgasms during intercourse. Why? The old in-and-out just doesn’t provide enough direct clitoral stimulation to get most women aroused enough to experience orgasm. There is [...]
Many (perhaps most) people believe that one goal of lovemaking is to “give” one’s lover an orgasm, ideally one that’s earth-shattering. But no one “gives” anyone else an orgasm. The question is not: How can I give my lover wonderful orgasms? The question is: What can I do to help my lover relax and feel [...]
In 1948, urologist Arnold Kegel, M.D., (Kay-gell) was treating women with stress incontinence, urine leakage triggered by coughing, sneezing, or laughing. He reasoned that his patients had weak urinary sphincter muscles, which could not stay closed under the abdominal pressure of these actions. The urinary muscles are part of the pelvic floor muscles that run [...]
If you’re confused about the G Spot, you’re not alone. Many women—and men—wonder: What is it? Where is it? Why can’t I find mine? (or hers?) What’s it got to do with orgasm? With female ejaculation? Why do I “pee” when I come? Why can’t I ejaculate? Here are the answers to these questions and [...]