Our expert says:
Most women do not climax with vaginal penetration and require stimulation of the clitoris which is the small sensitive organ, partially hidden by a skin ‘hood’ right above the opening where urine is passed. There is a mis-perception that long rounds of vaginal penetration are pleasurable. The reality is that too much friction, resulting dryness (if no extra lubrication is used) and pain or discomfort can further inhibit the ability to orgasm. Focus on a lot of foreplay and outer touch, sexy talk and allow full arousal with stimulation of the clitoris – with fingers, tongue or vibrator. This is more likely to bring orgasm. Communicate effectively about what feels good for each other during the love-making experience. Anxiety about ‘coming’ can make it more difficult to relax and let go enough to achieve this. Use personal masturbation to work out what feels good so that you can show your partner.
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