Orgasm

Science defines orgasm as the involuntary muscle spasms that come with the release of sexual tension. This stark definition does not even hint at the variety of orgasmic experiences available to the willing pleasure seeker. Orgasms range in intensity from a sweet ripple of pleasure around the genitals to a roaring, curling wave of energy through the entire body.

  • Many women have trouble achieving orgasm. If you have never had an orgasm, or want to experience stronger orgasms, here are a few suggestions to get you started.
  • Get to know your genitals! Get out a mirror and start exploring.
  • Masturbate. It teaches you how you like to be touched and is the surest way to learn techniques that can help break new sexual ground, both alone and with a partner. 
  • Get turned on! Explore your erotic mind by reading sexy fiction, watching explicit movies or writing a fantasy of your own.
  • Manually stimulate your clitoris. Experiment with different strokes or rhythms.
  • Try adding a vibrator. A lot of women find that a vibrator provides enough strong clit stimulation and unlike a hand, won’t cramp up right before climax!
  • Make noise. Don't be afraid to move, rock, grunt, scream, and cry during sex.
  • Tease yourself. When you hit a plateau of sexual tension, back away from it, breathe deeply, then start again. The sexual energy can build in cycles, each more intense than the last.       

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