Since the pelvic floor muscles are the muscles that that surround the vaginal opening and contract rhythmically during orgasm, it is not surprising that sex therapist emphasize the importance of the PC muscles in the orgasmic response. Nevertheless, there is controversy over the exact effects of the PC muscles on orgasmic response but certain benefits of a strong pelvic floor are well accepted.
A fitter, well-toned pelvic floor will almost certainly increase sexual pleasure for you and your partner, and it can dramatically improve your sexual confidence. The physiological reasons for the improvement go far beyond the increased tactile sensations resulting from a tighter vagina. Continue reading
Sexpert Pamela Lister says that practicing one sex trick will make any position better.
We get it: You’re sick and tired of reading countless articles about how there is one sex position that is the holy grail of sex positions.
So, allow us to tell you the truth. You really don’t need to be in one position or contort your body in weird, unnatural ways to have mind-blowing sex or achieve an o-mazing orgasm. Sexpert Pamela Lister of REDBOOK’s Stay In Lust Forever says by just doing a few Kegel exercises every day and tightening up down there, you’ll make sex way more pleasurable for the both of you right then and there. Read more
Vaginal tightening can improve your sex life in more ways than you might think, says Caitlin MacKenna.
One of the most common questions women have about vaginal tightening is, “Can vaginal tightening improve my sex life?” In most cases, sexual pleasure will indeed improve as a result of vaginal tightening, but not always in the way you might think. While most couples recognize the sexual benefits of increased friction during intercourse, but it is not the only factor that improves sexual relationships. Read more
No woman is going to be as tight as she was in her teens, but if you think you may be too loose, Caitlin MacKenna reveals five natural ways to tighten the vagina.
One of the most common complaints among women is that they feel their vaginas are too loose. The feeling of having a loose vagina leaves many women with low self-esteem and unable to have the sex life they desire. However, there are several natural solutions for a loose vagina that don’t involve expensive and potentially dangerous vaginoplasty. Here are five of the best ways to naturally tighten the vagina. Read more
I wrote a post about coregasms three years ago, but a recent study confirmed what had been discussed anecdotally for years. However, I would not recommend not doing those “much-touted Kegel exercises.” They’re much-touted for a reason. For a program, see my post Vaginal Strengthening Exercises for a More Powerful Orgasm.
Do you really have to do those much-touted kegel exercises? Not necessarily, new research claims. According to a recent study, the only fitness regimen you need to enhance your sexual pleasure may be your morning workout.
Though so-called “coregasms” — female orgasms induced by core muscle exercises — have been discussed anecdotally for years (even Alfred Kinsey mentioned them in his famous 1953 report), these findings from Indiana University offer scientific proof of their existence, says Medical Xpress. If you were looking for motivation to get yourself out of bed and into a gym in the morning, here it is. Read more
Many women can climax when masturbating or when stimulated in some similar way by their partner, but cannot reach orgasm during intercourse. FOXSexpert Yvonne K. Fulbright lists some of the reasons and remedies. (Hint: if you neglect the first one, the rest are less likely to work.)
She can climax on her own. She can reach the “Big O” with toys. She can even think her way to bliss. Yet she just can’t orgasm with you.
If it weren’t for all the e-mails I get on this issue, I’d think it was a joke. But it’s real, and a cruel joke at that. Many women are perfectly orgasmic, only not with their lover. Thankfully, there are several ways to make sure she hits heaven when she’s with you: Read more
Eight out of ten women could improve their sex lives by doing just four weeks of daily exercise, including vaginal strengthening exercises.
Fit women have more orgasms, a survey has discovered – and doing regular pelvic exercises can increase your chances of ecstasy.
Eight out of ten women improved their sex lives in four weeks by doing the exercises daily – and seven out of ten of their partners said sex was better for them, too. Read more