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Posted by: Celeste | 2009/02/25

Cannot Orgasm During Sex

Hello i am a little suprised, I read the sex survey and something like 1% of people cannot orgasm during sex (unless with manual stimulation). So i must be among that 1%.. does a sex orgasm feel different from a clitoral orgasm? What am i missing? And could it be medical? I am going to the gyna for a check up next week friday, should i mention this? Any advice please!

PS i have had 6 different sexual partners and it' s never happened.

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a vaginal orgasm will feel differently than a clitoral orgasm. however, no one type of orgasm should be valued higher than another - both are equal. you may ask your gynae to explain to you how to best achieve a vaginal orgasm (usually achieved by stimulating the G-Spot).

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Posted by: autumn | 2009/03/07

The percentage of women who do not orgasm during sex is way way higher than 1% , in fact , most women need stimulation of the clitoris to achieve orgasm- so there is nothing wrong with you ! .Actually the vagina is not a highly sensitive area and is not constructed to achieve orgasm. It is the clitoris which is the centre of sexual sensitivity and which is the female equivalent of the penis. Many women —  about one out of three —  have trouble reaching orgasm when having sex with a partner. Most women experience orgasm through clitoral stimulation rather than through vaginal penetration. So if a woman is having difficulty reaching orgasm, she may want to try clitoral stimulation during, before, or after vaginal intercourse and oral sex to have an orgasm. Keep in mind, every woman' s body responds differently to various kinds of sex play. Each woman has different preferences for the ways in which she likes to be stimulated.For some women, the outer third of their vagina is also very sensitive. When stimulated during intercourse or other vaginal penetration, these women can orgasm. This would be what you referred to as a vaginal orgasm —  without clitoral stimulation.

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Posted by: Y Me? | 2009/02/26

Wally, i think you are the one who is stupid.

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Posted by: wally | 2009/02/25

it means that those 6 partners you had was to stupid to bring you to orgasm!

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