Does the g-spot exist? How do you find it? There's a surprising amount of misinformation about this basic aspect of female anatomy. This is what science has to say about it and what that means for you.
“It felt akin to a jackhammer ramming inside of me,” said Claire, recalling the first time she got intimate with her boyfriend Seamus. After a few dates, the two were ready to take their connection to the next level. “After someforeplay, I was wet and ready. But as soon as my pants were off, he started banging his fingers inside of me with absolutelynofinesse and completely killed the mood.” Fortunately for Claire, Seamus was receptive to her feedback, and their night (and sex life) recovered.
If you’ve ever been a Claireora Seamus in a similar scenario, read on. These popular fingering techniques can be mastered to elevate your prowess in the bedroom and help bring on intenseorgasms.
Betterorgasms, atighter vagina, more lubrication, increased libido—many people with vaginas would leap to experience one of these benefits, and to know them all? Well, paying for that wouldn't be out of the question for some. No wonder certain doctors offer the Orgasm Shot, or O-Shot, to “rejuvenate” your vagina. But this procedure also has its critics...which maybe isn't a surprise given that you're putting a needle into the vagina andclitoris.
Learn what the science says (and doesn't say) about the O-Shot before you spread your legs for one of these injections.
"Can I have vaginal or clitoral orgasms? Are vaginal orgasms more intense? Is having 'orgasms of the vagina' or 'orgasms of the clitoris' better?" We get all sorts of questions about this one—and the answer is burdened by the weight of history, both sociological / moral in nature and from conflicting terminology over time.
If you want to get into the full messiness of the topic, read on.