All Of The Reasons Why You Can't Climax, Based On Science
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All Of The Reasons Why You Can’t Climax, Based On Science

 

Climaxing may be the high point of sex for a good portion of the sexually active population, but for about 80 percent of women and 28 percent of men (yes, they can have difficulty too), the orgasm remains elusive. While failing to reach the big “O” is often chalked up to psychological reasons, such …

Orgasm Frequency Doesn't Determine Sexual Satisfaction
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Orgasm Frequency Doesn’t Determine Sexual Satisfaction

Many men view sex like a sports competition; a spiritedly physical and competitive exercise which is won by outlasting the competition.  If your partner has an orgasm before you, victory is achieved; prizes will be handed out later.

Orgasms are very nice, we would never advertise otherwise, but it looks like that’s not the only thing women are looking for …

Study: Women Have More Orgasms With Funny Guys
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Study: Women Have More Orgasms With Funny Guys

Women are attracted to men with a sense of humor, and it seems to be more than just a social preference.

A new study published in the Journal of Evolutionary Psychology studied 44 women who were in a heterosexual relationship. Its aim was to determine what male attributes were good predictors of female sexual satisfaction.

The results …

Alcohol and Sex: More Likely to Ruin a Relationship than Boost Sexual Performance
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Alcohol and Sex: More Likely to Ruin a Relationship than Boost Sexual Performance

Alcohol is widely believed to weaken your inhibitions, making you more assertive, and maybe more inclined to try some wild moves in bed that you’ve been saving for a rainy day.  However, an uncanny number of people (especially men) believe that they are “better love-makers when tipsy”, according to a recent poll featured on February …

4 Exercises That Make Women Orgasm
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4 Exercises That Make Women Orgasm

Yes, women can actually achieve orgasm through exercise. Many women know this; it’s just not something one would advertise while exercising in a gym.

Now, thanks to science, we can know why it happens, what it is and isn’t, and most importantly, which exercises are most responsible for orgasms.

A recent study published in the Journal of Sexual and …

Scientists Confirm Two Forms Of Female Ejaculation
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Scientists Confirm Two Forms Of Female Ejaculation

Scientists confirm two forms of female ejaculation

Eric Hopton for redOrbit.com – Your Universe Online Last year, the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) ordered over six minutes of material be cut from a pornographic movie because it depicted scenes of “female ejaculation” which, they said, doesn’t exist. Censorship in any form is always controversial, but …

Proponent Of The G Spot Takes On A Critic
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Proponent Of The G Spot Takes On A Critic

Ashley Furin had a “very satisfying” sex life with her husband, she said. Then, seven years into their relationship, she had “an experience that rocked me to my core.” They had found her G spot. Before that night, said Furin, an office assistant from Lisbon Falls, Maine, she “thought the G spot was an absolute …

What Your Orgasm Can Tell You About Your Partner
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What Your Orgasm Can Tell You About Your Partner

A night of passionate lovemaking between the sheets, bodies moving in synchrony, should lead to the holy grail of sex — an orgasm. The female orgasm has plagued researchers (and some men) for decades with questions such as why it exists and how it happens. Now, according to a recent study published in the journal …

Why Everyone Should Do Kegel Exercises
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Why Everyone Should Do Kegel Exercises

Kegel exercises, or Kegels, were originally prescribed to mitigate certain medical maladies. However, a beneficial side-effect would propel the status of Kegel exercises to the de facto treatment of choice for healthy individuals seeking increased genital sensation and sexual satisfaction.

Kegel Exercises – A Brief History

Dr. Arnold Kegel, a well regarded gynecologist and inventor of the perineometer, …

Left-Handed People have more Satisfying Sex Lives
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Left-Handed People have more Satisfying Sex Lives

It’s tough being left-handed.  From power tools (saws are the worst), to spiral notebooks (positioning at a 45 degree angle helps), to scissors (I hold them upside down), to writing (left to right), left-handers have to navigate around a litany of right-handed obstacles on a daily basis.

There is one area in which lefties have a …

Hormone Discovered to Generate More Intense Orgasms
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Hormone Discovered to Generate More Intense Orgasms

Oxytocin (not to be confused with Oxycontin), a hormone doctors typically use to induce labor, may also aid in something substantially more pleasurable; strengthening orgasms.

29 couples participated in the study and were instructed to inhale a spray before having sex.  Some couples received an oxytocin spray; others a placebo spray.

Intensity of Orgasms Experienced by Men

After sex, …

Bondage For Beginners!
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Bondage For Beginners!

When you think of “kinky”, often the first thing that pops into your head is the image of whips and chains, pain and pleasure.  But erotic bondage and discipline is both far more common and far less extreme than most people think.  Millions of couples have incorporated light bondage and fantasy discipline into their every-day …

Flings May Mean Less Orgasms for Women, But Are Likely Worth It
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Flings May Mean Less Orgasms for Women, But Are Probably Worth It

Although women have recently emerged as equals in the hookup culture, there is one very important area where this equality hasn’t translated; orgasms.

“The notion of sexual liberation, where men and women both had equal access to casual sex, assumed a comparable likelihood of that sex being pleasurable. But that part of the playing field isn’t …

Womens' Orgasms Revealed By Their Walk
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Womens' Orgasms Revealed By Their Walk

Researchers find a connection between a woman’s histories of vaginal orgasms during sex and her stride when walking.

The study, performed Stuart Brody of the University of the West of Scotland in conjunction with researchers from the Catholic University of Louvain in Belgium, consisted of 16 female Belgium college students with a known history of vaginal …