What Does Sex Feel Like for a Woman?
What does sex feel like for a woman? When men ask that question, what they usually want to know is what a penis feels like in your vagina. Saying it feels wonderful is enough to put a self-satisfied smirk on most men’s faces and end the discussion, but others aren’t so easily brushed off. They want to know exactly what it feels like when a penis enters you and moves around inside.
For me, the most exquisite sensation of sexual intercourse is when the head first pushes past the lips into my vagina. At the very point of entrance, there is a resistance at first, and then a sensuous, stretched-out feeling as it slides in, though sometimes there’s some pain, depending on the lubrication factor or the size of the penis. When the penis first slides in all the way, it often sends involuntary shivers up my spine. While it’s going in, you can feel the head, but usually (in my case anyway) you can mostly only feel the shaft. If you’ve been waiting a long time for it (or have been teased for a long time), the first slide in feels like such a relief. It’s like an increase of tension and then a release.
There’s an instinctual, animal feeling about being penetrated. You just want him inside you, as deep as possible, as high up as possible. Every time his penis goes in, out, and back in again you can feel shudders all over your body, and it melds into one luscious, rhythmic feeling that you mostly feel at the very base of your stomach, right above the pubic bone. You feel this intense need to gyrate and push and feel his penis in every dimension and angle within you.
When he’s giving it to you hard and fast, sometimes you can’t think about anything but what’s going in and out of you. That’s when you might throw your hips back against him to unconsciously say you want more. When his testicles hit against you or when you feel him bumping your cervix, you know that you’re taking all of him in. and that makes you feel like a real woman.
When you orgasm, you can feel yourself contract around him. As he gets close, you feel his his penis swelling and hardening, and then twitching and pulsating as he ejaculates. I usually don’t feel the semen shooting into me – just an increase in warmth and wetness. When I do feel it, the semen isn’t hitting the vaginal walls, but the cervix.
What I’ve described is the best case scenario. Sex isn’t always that good. In fact, with some men, it’s never that good. Your feelings can vary depending on the situation, the mood, and, most of all, the man you’re with. When you’re with someone you care about and who cares about you, the pleasurable sensations of sex seem to be heightened and intensified. Spreading your legs to take him inside you becomes an act of acceptance and surrender that joins the two of you together into one.
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