The 7 myths of orgasm! It’s been a long time since scientists doubted the existence and complexity of orgasms. Today, the couple sexual satisfaction is a highly debated topic not only for specialists, but your girlfriends, men whom they know and especially you! Obviously, it is a positive step, but sometimes too many ideas ruin: the satisfaction depends on each person, so preconceptions might do more harm than good! The point is: it too can you pay attention to what you just a sexual performance by a myth!
How it works myths? Find out just below the 7 myths of orgasm!
1. All women want to reach orgasm G-spot
FALSE. It is true that many women crave a G-spot orgasm, but it is a big myth that all women want such a orgasm. For many women, it is already a real delight if it is stimulated point G “by the book”, can be vaginal orgasm or, in most cases, the clitoris.
And, surprise! There are women who do not like them either stimulated point G, because it can cause pain or sensation to urinate. Therefore, further proof that general ideas about sex rarely apply!
2. Women need an experienced partner to reach orgasm
Partially true. Many men take pride in themselves or in their circle of friends, with the ability to cause orgasm every sex lover. Is it really? Is it just his ability in the middle? The answer: not much. Orgasm depends 70% of women and 30% of men (involvement of gestures and movements).
It is selfish of a woman to blame entirely on man if you do not achieve orgasm, the more so as, the desire to achieve a vaginal orgasm is much harder to accomplish. Here’s one of the reasons we are endowed with a clitoris that, if properly stimulated, surely offers an explosive orgasm.
Another reason why a woman can not achieve orgasm is anxiety, fear or sexual dysfunction.
3. Sex is not … sex without orgasm
FALSE. Sex is beneficial and fun even if you do not always orgasm. If you leave your lover booty sensations and totally involved sexual experience can be even more interesting and satisfying than a cliche as excitation–orgasm.
75% of women prefer sometimes a very long foreplay or sex with little penetration, orgasm detriment because for them kissing, caressing and mutual knowledge are equally important.
Surprise! In men this myth tends to be true. 90% of men feel unsatisfied if you had sex without orgasm. Indeed, can have real problems: headaches, tension in the genital area.
4. Vaginal orgasms are better than clitoral
Partially true. This myth is somewhat like a comparison between strawberries and apples. Both are fruit just like apples and strawberries are cheaper than the more expensive something is, the more difficult to achieve and so attractive! The idea is this: both are very nice orgasm, clitoral orgasm is reached only very often, is “at hand” (see apples), while vaginal orgasm is so desirable because it is very difficult to achieve (see strawberries) therefore can be considered better just because you can rarely experience which gives a different perception.
Only 30% of women can achieve vaginal orgasm.
5. Women can not ejaculate
FALSE. Some women can ejaculate, some stronger than men. It is a subject still debated by specialists, but there are already plenty of evidence to support the existence and female ejaculation.
Women just like men ejaculate through the urethra, when they orgasm. Released liquid containing the same substances as that in men with slightly different (without sperm, for example). Content women ejaculate is produced by the Skene’s glands, called “Prostate woman”, situated near the urethra. Experts believe that female ejaculation is caused by intense G-spot stimulation
6. The male orgasm is always accompanied by ejaculation
Partially true. Women are, as we used sex to move toward end once he ejaculated and thus had an orgasm, because enters the refractory period when the body asks to rest not only physically and sexually, even for less time. The truth is that there are ways that their partner can delay ejaculation, while having an orgasm. The safest way is massaging the prostate activity facilitated not only your fingers, but rather a special sex toy that stimulates prostate and anus. A visit to a sex shop can do wonders in your couple!
7. Men are disappointed if their partner reaches orgasm
Partially true. You already know: every sexual experience every couple is different, depending on the pleasures and capabilities of each. Well, a lot of men are sexually satisfied couples even if their partner reaches orgasm rare, while many men are quite disappointed and even frustrated, lack of orgasm partner taking it personally, that depends solely on them.
As I said above, the orgasm is created in February, although much of the availability rests exclusively for female orgasm woman. However, do not let pride masculine men to come off the idea that either their partner is relaxed and happy sex parties, whether they are good enough that we offer top moments.
We arrived at the end. I hope you are now better informed and more confident about yourself preconceptions couple. Some assumptions are just myths that have no place in your mind, while others contain some truth.