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  • TankGirl
    I cannot properly masturbate?
    TankGirl
    Whenever i masturbate i cannot reach any sort of climax (or anything near it!) in fact, it is almost as if i cannot get aroused.
    I will get wet...
    03-12-2018, 08:21 PM
  • Kaylap51
    Unable to cum from anything other than my own hands. Please help!
    Kaylap51
    Hello,

    I have always had problems being able to orgasm with a partner. I've been with my boyfriend for a couple months, and we live together...
    03-05-2017, 07:06 PM
  • gene_tierney
    Unproductive During Ovulation
    gene_tierney
    Hello!

    I'm new to this forum, but I wanted to ask if any of you have suffered from lack of focus during ovulation. I've been tracking my...
    02-24-2017, 05:28 PM
  • mamonzur
    How to vagina tight naturally?
    mamonzur
    When child birth the vagina is loose. During sex with Partner fell loose my vagina. Have any advice?
    12-05-2016, 08:37 PM
  • mouseygirl
    Frustrated, cannot achieve orgasm by myself or with partner
    mouseygirl
    i am female, 24, and have never had an orgasm without using a vibrator, electronic toothbrush, or special showerhead. for years this has really weighed...
    05-15-2015, 07:32 PM
  • admin
    Women’s Quite Different Experiences of Orgasm – Alone and During Sex
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    Sheila Kitzinger (British childbirth expert) gives her experience of talking to women:

    “Only about half of all the women who have told me about their sexual experiences say they usually have orgasms during lovemaking. The others either do not have orgasms, or find that they usually have an orgasm only when masturbating.” (1983)

    It cannot be right to call an experience that so many women have throughout their lives ‘dysfunctional’. Men are never ‘dysfunctional’...
    12-15-2014, 05:19 PM
  • admin
    What Mental Turns On's Cause A Woman To Reach Orgasm?
    admin
    Men are turned on – not only by sex itself – but also by sexual associations and memories. Men become aroused in anticipation of sex, get aroused by objects (such as women’s underwear) and respond sympathetically to portrayals of sexual activity. Women do not respond in this way.

    There is very little about sex that would make it arousing for women. In fact the reverse is true. Everything about sex (pubic hair, erect genitals, earthy smells and body fluids) is positively unattractive...
    12-15-2014, 04:56 PM
  • admin
    Women’s Sexual Motivation and Understanding Sexual Politics
    admin
    One cannot present a fair picture of heterosexuality without acknowledging the advantage for women who respond during sex by appearing to be sexually aroused. Men have no idea just how embarrassing this situation is for women. Plenty of women (and men) figure out that the portrayal of women’s sexuality is manipulated by individuals who capitalize on the advantage that sex provides. They accept the misrepresentation because the problem is so enormous as to be not worth the fight.

    No...
    12-15-2014, 04:31 PM
  • admin
    Background Research to Understanding Female Orgasm – Part I Alfred Kinsey
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    The most significant work has been done by: Alfred Kinsey (1953) and Shere Hite (1976). Many people assume that this research is so old that it is no longer relevant. But women’s sexuality cannot fundamentally change in the space of a few decades.

    Men don’t need information or encouragement to orgasm so why should women’s orgasmic ability change as a result of improvements in social attitudes or education? Yet each generation explains young women’s enthusiasm for sex in terms...
    12-15-2014, 04:05 PM
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    Background Research to Understanding Female Orgasm – Part II Shere Hite
    admin
    Shere Hite sent out questionnaires which were answered anonymously by 1,844 women between 1972 and 1974. The women in her sample were analyzed as follows:


    Orgasm regularly from intercourse 30%
    Need additional clitoral stimulation 19%
    Orgasm rarely from intercourse 22%
    Never orgasm from intercourse 29%


    So half of her sample said they could never or rarely orgasm through intercourse. Hite attempted to prove that female orgasm relies on clitoral...
    12-15-2014, 03:49 PM
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  • TankGirl
    started a topic I cannot properly masturbate?
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    I cannot properly masturbate?

    Whenever i masturbate i cannot reach any sort of climax (or anything near it!) in fact, it is almost as if i cannot get aroused.
    I will get wet...
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  • Unable to cum from anything other than my own hands. Please help!

    Hello,

    I have always had problems being able to orgasm with a partner. I've been with my boyfriend for a couple months, and we live together...
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  • gene_tierney
    started a topic Unproductive During Ovulation

    Unproductive During Ovulation

    Hello!

    I'm new to this forum, but I wanted to ask if any of you have suffered from lack of focus during ovulation. I've been tracking my...
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  • mamonzur
    started a topic How to vagina tight naturally?
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    How to vagina tight naturally?

    When child birth the vagina is loose. During sex with Partner fell loose my vagina. Have any advice?
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  • Frustrated, cannot achieve orgasm by myself or with partner

    i am female, 24, and have never had an orgasm without using a vibrator, electronic toothbrush, or special showerhead. for years this has really weighed...
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  • Women’s Quite Different Experiences of Orgasm – Alone and During Sex

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    Women’s Quite Different Experiences of Orgasm – Alone and During Sex

    Sheila Kitzinger (British childbirth expert) gives her experience of talking to women:

    “Only about half of all the women who have told me about their sexual experiences say they usually have orgasms during lovemaking. The others either do not have orgasms, or find that they usually have an orgasm only when masturbating.” (1983)

    It cannot be right to call an experience that so many women have throughout their lives ‘dysfunctional’. Men are never ‘dysfunctional’...
    See more | Go to post

  • What Mental Turns On's Cause A Woman To Reach Orgasm?

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    What Mental Turns On's Cause A Woman To Reach Orgasm?

    Men are turned on – not only by sex itself – but also by sexual associations and memories. Men become aroused in anticipation of sex, get aroused by objects (such as women’s underwear) and respond sympathetically to portrayals of sexual activity. Women do not respond in this way.

    There is very little about sex that would make it arousing for women. In fact the reverse is true. Everything about sex (pubic hair, erect genitals, earthy smells and body fluids) is positively unattractive...
    See more | Go to post

  • Women’s Sexual Motivation and Understanding Sexual Politics

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    Women’s Sexual Motivation and Understanding Sexual Politics

    One cannot present a fair picture of heterosexuality without acknowledging the advantage for women who respond during sex by appearing to be sexually aroused. Men have no idea just how embarrassing this situation is for women. Plenty of women (and men) figure out that the portrayal of women’s sexuality is manipulated by individuals who capitalize on the advantage that sex provides. They accept the misrepresentation because the problem is so enormous as to be not worth the fight.

    No...
    See more | Go to post

  • Background Research to Understanding Female Orgasm – Part I Alfred Kinsey

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    Background Research to Understanding Female Orgasm – Part I Alfred Kinsey

    The most significant work has been done by: Alfred Kinsey (1953) and Shere Hite (1976). Many people assume that this research is so old that it is no longer relevant. But women’s sexuality cannot fundamentally change in the space of a few decades.

    Men don’t need information or encouragement to orgasm so why should women’s orgasmic ability change as a result of improvements in social attitudes or education? Yet each generation explains young women’s enthusiasm for sex in terms...
    See more | Go to post

  • Background Research to Understanding Female Orgasm – Part II Shere Hite

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    Background Research to Understanding Female Orgasm – Part II Shere Hite

    Shere Hite sent out questionnaires which were answered anonymously by 1,844 women between 1972 and 1974. The women in her sample were analyzed as follows:


    Orgasm regularly from intercourse 30%
    Need additional clitoral stimulation 19%
    Orgasm rarely from intercourse 22%
    Never orgasm from intercourse 29%


    So half of her sample said they could never or rarely orgasm through intercourse. Hite attempted to prove that female orgasm relies on clitoral...
    See more | Go to post

  • A Challenge of the Popular Beliefs: How and When Women Orgasm

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    A Challenge of the Popular Beliefs: How and When Women Orgasm

    The Web reflects the implicit contradictions and insecurities associated with women’s sexuality. Despite the intense interest in female orgasm and how it might be achieved, everyone assumes that every other couple out there has it all figured out.


    So typically men advise each other on techniques for ‘giving a woman an orgasm’ through intercourse and stimulation of the vagina. Men’s interest in female orgasm is driven by their desire to motivate a partner to be more interested...
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  • Women’s Sexual Dysfunction Always Defined In Terms Of Intercourse?

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    Women’s Sexual Dysfunction Always Defined In Terms Of Intercourse?

    Women used to be described as ‘frigid’ when they failed to simulate arousal in response to intercourse. The requirement was never for a woman to truly orgasm. Today women continue to fake. It is men who want women to be aroused by sex.


    ‘Vaginismus’ is a reproductive problem because intercourse leads to pregnancy. The sexual problem arises because of a man’s desire to penetrate and thrust to orgasm. So the definition of women’s sexual function or dysfunction is defined...
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  • Women Have a Lower Sex Drive Than Men

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    Women Have a Lower Sex Drive Than Men

    If male sex drive was just about orgasm then men could make do with masturbation. Men are aroused by the idea of intercourse: the eroticism of sexual domination through whole body contact, vaginal penetration and control through thrusting.

    Women cannot experience this exact same drive. Self-evidently they have no organ to penetrate with but also no reason to do so. Women may have domination and rape fantasies but a desire to be penetrated does not involve the same dominating drive....
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  • What Makes a Person Sexual?

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    What Makes a Person Sexual?

    Men ask daily on the web about how to ‘give their woman an orgasm’ by thrusting. So presumably women cannot achieve their own orgasm from sex. Most women do not masturbate but, even if they do, the same techniques do not work with a partner.


    A woman does not ‘give a man an orgasm’. Her nudity and willingness to stimulate him certainly assist with his orgasm but he still needs to be aroused in his own mind. For example, no matter how stunning a woman is, it is quite unlikely...
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  • Sexual Motivation and the Importance of Orgasm

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    Sexual Motivation and the Importance of Orgasm

    Motivation to engage in sexual activity varies according to gender and personality. Some individuals are more personally confident and assertive than others. Women are naturally more inclined to keep the peace rather than assert their own opinions.


    People with high personal confidence do not necessarily identify with obtaining confirmation of their personal worth from those around them. Men approach sex more interested in what they hope to gain than in how they might entice a...
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  • Do Men and Women Enjoy Sexual Pleasure in the Same Way?

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    Do Men and Women Enjoy Sexual Pleasure in the Same Way?

    The main focus of my work is discussing how women orgasm during sex. This article presents another perspective by illustrating how many women approach sex solely through a loving relationship rather than in the more explicit terms that men do.


    This explains why even though sex is not usually intended to lead to pregnancy, for most couples ‘marital sex’ in particular, continues to be defined by intercourse. More genitally-focused sex play is typically associated with liberated...
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  • The Female Orgasm

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    The Female Orgasm

    Many women experts are genuinely baffled by questions about orgasm. They assume every woman approaches sex with the same expectations and draws the same conclusions. Since few can masturbate, there is no common ground for discussion.


    Women who describe sex as orgasmic explain their arousal not in terms of being attracted to men in general but through engaging in sex with one particular man. They orgasm in response to their partner’s sex drive to initiate sex with them. Their...
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  • scarletwitch14
    started a topic clitoris is numb
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    clitoris is numb

    hi, I think I have a serious problem. im 20 years old, I've been sexually active for 3 years with 3 different partners. before that, I had been attempting...
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  • Meadowlark Maker
    started a topic I used to have vaginal orgasms... Now I dont.
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    I used to have vaginal orgasms... Now I dont.

    A brief history about what's going on in my environment: My first sexual experience, we both came at the same time and there was no pain. I was 17. We...
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  • jb6322
    started a topic sex doesn't feel good!!!!!?
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    sex doesn't feel good!!!!!?

    Hi I'm back. I asked a question before about me not being able to orgasm.. Well we still have not fixed that but it is getting a lot better.. He's stimulating...
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