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
Though a sex survey done by Savvy Miss revealed that 25% of women orgasm in woman-on-top compared to 12% in missionary position, missionary position was still chosen as the favorite of the readers surveyed. Since missionary position is a female favorite because it’s so emotionally satisfying, why not try these three ways to make it more physically satisfying as well?
Our sex survey produced a lot of fascinating results, but one in particular stuck with us: the fact that 37% of women chose the missionary position as their favorite, yet only 12% say it brings them to orgasm. Hmmm…
So why do we love missionary? It’s probably not because we’re lazy. For many, it’s associated with “making love” and we’ll sacrifice an orgasm to feel connected with our partners. That’s nice and all, but who says we can’t have both: the intimacy and the amazing orgasms? Below are three ways to step up the sensations during missionary, without sacrificing the connectivity. Read more
The Coital Alignment Technique (CAT) is a sex position combined with a sexual movement technique that facilitates clitoral orgasm. Sometimes called the “greatest sexual position in the world,” the “new and improved missionary position,” and the “new intercourse,” this technique replaces deep thrusting with subtle, coordinated rocking
Most women need to have clitoral stimulation in order to reach orgasm. Traditional thrusting in the missionary position seldom achieves this because the clitoris is about an inch (2-3 cm) closer to the front of the woman’s body than the vaginal opening. Therefore, it’s possible, even probable, that thrusting either misses the clitoris altogether, or that clitoral stimulation is indirect or sporadic. The CAT allows the man and woman’s combined thrusting to do the job.. Continue reading