20
Apr


Our emotions affect our sexual functioning. It sounds obvious when you say it, but many people behave as if they don’t realize this.

Sexual response is a reflex. We perceive a physical or mental stimulus (say, a caress or a fantasy). This message travels to the brain, which sends a message down the spinal cord to various parts of the body, instructing them to respond with tingling, extra blood flow, etc.

Emotions are electrical and chemical events in the body. They either facilitate or disrupt the sex-related messages going up and down the spinal column. Thus, if your partner says, “your skin tastes good,” your emotions facilitate a sexual response. But if your partner calls you the wrong name, your emotions disrupt the sexual response. This is how common feelings such as anger, anxiety, sadness and frustration interfere with reflexes such as erection, lubrication and orgasm.

Many people tolerate negative emotions during sex in silence. Most men and women have experienced sex that made them feel uncomfortable. This could be due to anxiety about performance, fear or anger about being coerced, or sadness about having their needs ignored.

Bodies in these situations rarely respond in an ideal way. Unfortunately, people frequently blame themselves, rather than the situation, for their inadequate response. This is often the beginning of believing that they have a dysfunction. That leads to more anxiety during subsequent lovemaking, undermining sexual functioning even more.

Unlike computers, our bodies respond to irrational factors like expectations, memories and emotions. This means that being aware of our emotions is essential for satisfying sex. Your feelings may embarrass, surprise or confuse you, but they’re real, and their impact on sexual function is also real.

Penises and vulvas usually tell the truth: a frightened penis often shrivels; an angry vulva often tightens shut, and sad mouths rarely relax and enjoy kissing.

Admitting to yourself how you really feel may be uncomfortable, and discussing it with a partner may be even more uncomfortable. But there’s no substitute for connecting with yourself–or your partner–emotionally. It’s a key step toward healthy sexual functioning.

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23
Feb


There are, as I am sure you all know, two main types of female orgasm, and these are the clitoral one and the G-Spot orgasm, but to argue which one is best is surely a bad question.  And that is the focus of this blog.  You shouldn’t put any more emphasis on one type of orgasm above the other.

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Try both orgasms and make your own choice. Although there have been surveys that suggest the G-Spot offers the most intense orgasms, there can be no opinion that could possibly tell you which one is best because we are all physically different.  Do whatever makes you feel good.

Failure to locate the G-Spot is common, and this is through no fault of the woman concerned.  There is evidence that suggests that some women (typically under 30) have a high level of the hormone estrogen, and this hormone creates a vaginal wall that is too thick to properly stimulate the G-Spot.  There is hope however, because as the female gets older her levels of estrogen drop, thus making her G-Spot more accessible.

Those unable to properly stimulate the G-Spot can still have very intense clitoral orgasms.  It’s almost as though it’s meant to be because there are several studies that relate to the fact that those woman unable of properly stimulating their G-Spots have better clitoral orgasms than those woman who can.

As long as you are having as much fun as you can, or as much fun as you want or can take, then there is no right or wrong answer here.

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30
Aug


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Fortunately for the female of the species, they are physically capable of achieving not just one but multiple orgasms whether they’re going solo or tangling the sheets with their significant other. Once you’ve already experienced that spine-tingling sensation once, wouldn’t you want to enjoy one after another? Here, we will take a look at one of the most elusive yet extremely pleasurable sexual experiences that women can have: G-spot multiple orgasms.

How Can I Have Multiple G-Spot Orgasms?

First, here’s a crash course on what the G-spot is and where it is located. Named after Dr. Ernst Grafenberg, the G-spot was discovered in the early 1950’s. It is supposed to be the Holy Grail when it comes to a woman’s sexual pleasures – bringing her earth-shattering sensations once the spot is stimulated. Physically, the G-spot is located on the back of the pubic bone with ridged tissue that is rougher than the rest of the vaginal wall.

Once you managed to discover where the G-spot is located, how can you have multiple orgasms through this particular part of a woman’s body? Take a look at the following list.

  1. Make sure that you are properly aroused first.

    Whether you’re going solo or discovering your G-spot with a partner, it is important to indulge in some long-winded foreplay to ensure that you are properly aroused first. Remember that the G-spot has a quite tricky location and stimulating it might be uncomfortable if you’re not properly aroused first.

  1. Know exactly where the G-spot is located.

    So where exactly is the G-spot located? This bean-shaped tissue is located a couple of inches above the vaginal opening, which can be reached by making a come-hither motion with the fingers pointing towards your belly button. Check out this page for some pictures of the g spot.

  1. Make a tapping motion with your finger and start the G-spot stimulation so that you can work on your first orgasm.

    Once you managed to locate the G-spot, you are supposed to feel a ridged tissue which is rougher than the rest of the otherwise smooth vaginal wall. Unlike the clitoris which is supposed to be handled delicately, the G-spot needs to be stimulated using a constant tapping motion.

    Whether you’re using a sex toy or your fingers for the G-spot stimulation, make sure that there’s plenty of lubrication. Recognize the signals in your body of when you are close to reaching your  sexual peak – and let yourself go when you feel that you are about to have your first orgasm.

  1. After reaching your first orgasm, work on having a second, third or fourth!

    Now that you’ve managed to reach your first orgasm, you can work on having multiple orgasms by maintaining the same position to stopper things up.  You can either work on the same spot or go for the clitoris or the vagina itself so that you can experience one mind-blowing orgasm after another.

Follow these tips and you are bound to have one unforgettable night of sex by having G-spot multiple orgasms (squirting orgasms)!

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