Jamie Hergenrader says that these seven sex positions stimulate a woman’s clitoris and G-spot at the same time.
When a certain sex position feels amazing, it’s safe to assume that it’s hitting either your G-spot or your clitoris.
But what about positions that—wait for it—stimulate both hot spots at the same time? Yes, those magical unicorn positions do exist and they’re bound to result in a mind-blowing orgasm.
It’s a buy-one, get-one (BOGO) for your vagina, basically. Ready for a sex fest like no other? Allow us to blow your mind. Read more
Not fEnough clitoral stimulation is the most common reason for women not having orgasms from intercourse. These five sex positions help fix that problem.
Despite how every rom-com ever makes it look, no, just hopping on top during sex isn’t going to give you magical, spontaneous orgasms either.
So, if clitoral stimulation is your jam, there are some adjustments you can make to your go-to positions that will definitely increase your ~satisfaction factor~. An extra hand or a toy down there can do wonders… Read more
The clitoris is the key to the female orgasm, and Tracey Cox reveals seven things her clitoris loves.
It’s the one organ on the body that’s designed purely for pleasure. Here’s how to make sure that’s all she feels while you’re lavishing attention on her precious part. Read more
Jennifer Lawless, author of Tantric Sex: A Guide to Tantra Lovemaking Secrets and Practices, shares three techniques to increase clitoral stimulation during sexual inteecourse.
Most women enjoy vaginal penetration, but only around 30% of women climax through vaginal penetration alone. Although most of the rest can have orgasms from manual or oral sex, many would still like to have an orgasm with their man inside them. More women could have orgasms during intercourse if their men provided more clitoral stimulation. The basic in and out thrusting practiced by most men doesn’t provide enough clitoral stimulation for most women. In order for women to have orgasms during intercourse, men need to make a few, simple adjustments to their technique. Here are three techniques to provide more clitoral stimulation during intercourse: Read more
Research shows that not only can women climax through sexual intercourse alone, but the resulting orgasm is wildly different to those reached by clitoral stimulation. What a news flash this is, right? However, there are still prominent sexperts who mislead women by denying that this is true.
For decades it has been thought that the clitoris was the only key to a woman’s sexual satisfaction.
That meant men who wanted to satisfy their partners believed they must spend hours getting to know the little button-like organ, its location – and the kind of treatment which excited it.
But now research shows that not only can women climax through sexual intercourse alone, but the resulting orgasm is wildly different to those reached by clitoral stimulation. Read more
Manual sex is a neglected part of many men’s sexual repertoire, yet it’s a surefire way to turn a woman on and even bring her to orgasm. After all, that’s how most women masturbate. You may never become as good at it as she is, but the following twelve vaginal fingering techniques can definitely turn her on and get her off.
Outside the Vagina
Don’t be in a hurry to shove your fingers inside a woman. Many women masturbate to orgasm without any penetration at all. Also, make sure that your fingers are well-lubricated. There is nothing more uncomfortable (and painful) than a dry finger roughly rubbed across a woman’s clitoris or pushed inside her. In most cases, sufficient foreplay will avoid the problem of dryness, but it never hurts to keep a “tube of lube” handy even for the techniques used outside the vagina. Continue reading
If your woman isn’t as eager for sex as you’d like her to be (or not interested at all), it’s probably because she isn’t getting much enjoyment from it. It’s human nature to want more of what we like and less of what we don’t. If your partner isn’t sick, injured, or cheating on you, the reason she doesn’t want to have sex more often is because she doesn’t enjoy it. Period.
Surveys reveal that only about 30 percent of women have orgasms with intercourse. Female sexual pleasure mostly associates with her clitoris and G spot. Women often don’t have orgasm with intercourse because some sex positions don’t provide enough stimulation of these pleasure spots. Here are some positions and techniques that do provide the stimulation your woman needs to have an orgasm with intercourse. Continue reading