More: Multiple orgasms are totally possible using this trick. Fortunately a study just came out in the Journal of Clinical Anatomy that explains why penile penetration works so well on some women and not so well on others. That sounds bad, I know, but let me explain. They were trying to pinpoint physical variations in men and women that might impede hitting that magical G-spot that pushes us over the climax edge. While all women have a clitoris which is essentially Orgasm Graceland , not all women have one that is receptive to penile penetration, because of where it sits in the vagina.
The Truth About Why Some Women Masturbate During Sex
Here’s Why So Many Women Can’t Orgasm During Sex
According to a study from the Archives of Sexual Behavior that looked at over 52, adults in the U. Picture a flower with closed petals. Within the flower is a nub that branches down into two bulbous legs. The clitoris is the only organ in the human body solely responsible for sexual pleasure.
The mental orgasm: Climax without being touched
You're familiar with the fortune cookie game, right? The one where you say "in bed" after you read your fortune? Well I once cracked open a cookie to find this: "You need to dedicate more time to others. Needless to say, I was offended.
It's not enough that men are already having more orgasms than women. To make matters worse, a new study published in the Journal of Sex Research found — aside from deriving pleasure from their own orgasms, obviously — men also derive a specific sort of masculine pleasure from making female partners orgasm. The researchers in the study, Sara Chadwick and Sari van Anders, refer to this incredibly predictable phenomenon as a "masculinity achievement.