Orgasms. For many women they are a source of great pleasure but for others they are a source of deep misery. With TV, movies and the porn industry, men and women have been led to believe that a woman will achieve an orgasm by vaginal intercourse alone. This is simply not so. Only a small portion of females can have a straight vaginal orgasm.
Unfortunately, many women have never experienced an orgasm period – either with masturbation or partner sex. ABC news did a study in 2009:
“About 75 percent of all women never reach orgasm from intercourse alone — that is without the extra help of sex toys, hands or tongue. And 10 to 15 percent never climax under any circumstances.”
There are two areas that can help a woman achieve an orgasm. First of all a woman needs to understand her own body and pleasure points. After all, if a woman doesn’t know what can bring her to an orgasm, then no one else will either. Women of the world — experiment! She needs to set aside time to rub her clit, allow her fingers to slide inside of her vagina. Time to play with herself!
Second – but equally as important – a woman has to let go during sex. Very often a woman will “almost” get there but not quite make it before her partner orgasms or the batteries die on the vibe. When a woman feels that they’re at the crest or an orgasm, but cannot get over it, she has to imagine herself falling into a heap of skin and muscle on the floor. In her mind she relaxes so deeply that she falls into a pile of peace. Of course this is in her mind while her body is still reaching climax.
What a woman SHOULD NOT do is talk to herself like she is a coach trying to get her orgasm to come out. That only adds undo stress that will suppress the orgasmic release.
The art of a female orgasm is simple: know thyself and let go.
Orgasm is not a four letter word!