Pretty much any woman who's ever had an orgasm will tell you that it takes lots and lots of practice to nail down what moves make us ohh and ahhh like it's the freaking 4th of July. The good news is that, for most of us, once we get it right there's no turning back. The orgasm train is running full steam ahead.
When it comes to having a G-spot orgasma lot depends on the state you're in as well as the positions you're doing to really hit that sweet spot. A big part of really maximizing G-spot stimulation is making sure you're in the mood for better arousal and natural lubrication. That way, you can really experience the pleasure.
If you want to know how to make a woman orgasm fast during sex, this might be the most important article you ever read. You're about to learn the best sex positions to make female orgasms come faster than you probably ever thought possible. Contrary to what many men think, the reason she usually outlasts you in bed has nothing to do with your size or stamina.
When it comes to guaranteeing an orgasm, not every sex position is built the same. Having trouble orgasm on penetration alone, well this position is for you. Begin in a missionary position, with you on your back and your partner on top of you, between your legs. Not only will this help stimulate your clitoris, it gives you the direct stimulation that most women need to reach an orgasm.
Lots of women enjoy sex and like to try out new positions with their partner but find it hard to achieve an orgasm very often. When it comes to achieving a mind-blowing orgasm, simplicity is often the key. In this version of the missionary position, the woman puts a couple of pillows or cushions underneath her bottom so that her hips are raised up.
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If you're a woman who finds climaxing easy and can have orgasms during intercourse with little effort — even in a position where it's difficult for your partner to access the clitoris with the fingertips — then you are very lucky indeed! For the majority of us, 'ringing that bell' is not nearly so simple. Even women who can masturbate to a climax with no difficulty can feel quite anxious about 'coming' with a male partner.
Sex is a pretty instinctual process. You get horny, you get together, and you slam your bodies around for a bit. A heaving collection of sex research suggests that only about a quarter of women hit climax during intercourse.
But how often do we hear the nitty-gritty of how we can actually better understand our deepest desires and most embarrassing questions? Bustle has enlisted Vanessa Marin, a sex therapistto help us out with the details. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions remain anonymous.