We were staggered to learn while researching the article Celebrities and their sex toys, according to Mel B, 75% of women don’t orgasm during sex. Could the number really be that high?
Believe it or not, Scary Spice knows her stuff. It does seem to be generally accepted in the medical world that 75% of women don’t orgasm while making love alone.
Psychology Today backs this up stating most women need direct clitoral stimulation to experience orgasm.
However, we can take control of our love making and greatly reduce that horribly large statistic by stimulating our clitoris during sex.
There a several methods you can try and it’s worth exploring all until you’ve found one that works for you!
This guide is created with the intention of helping as many women as possible so please share it… It’s probably the most important article ever written, well, ok, not really, but for women who have never had an orgasm during sex it might well be pretty bloody important.
Ladies, and men, there is plenty you can do to help reach orgasm during sex. And once you do, you’ll find there is nothing better than reaching that peak with your partner, so start experimenting.
In order to achieve mind-blowing orgasms, it helps if you have a really fit pelvic floor. Tightening your pelvic floor muscles enhances the intensity of your orgasms and the good news is even a bit of tightening helps.
You don’t have have the fittest floor on the block, even just mildly strengthening of your pelvic floor will make a difference. Break out those Ben-Wa Balls or DIY.
Let his fingers do the talking
Every man has them, but they don’t always use them. Having your partner stimulate your clitoris during intercourse with his fingers is a great way to climax.
Easiest positions for this is you on top, spooning with him behind you, you on top with your back to him.
Scary Spice swears by her bullet during lovemaking and she’s spot on. Many women have learnt that using a bullet vibrator to stimulate your clitoris during sex is a great way to achieve orgasm.
Bullets are small and don’t get in the way, and either you or your partner can hold it depending on which position you are in.
The creators of We-Vibe were really right on the money. With such a large percentage of the female population unable to orgasm during sex, it’s really no wonder a couples vibrator wasn’t invented sooner.
Most couples vibrators are worn by the woman when making love. They stimulate the clitoris outside and buzz gently inside, providing a bonus for your partner! However, if that sounds too intrusive, you can now get couples vibrators that sit outside and don’t go internal – like the Dame Eva.
Cock rings have two super powers. Firstly, vibrating rings stimulate the clitoris during sex, and secondly cock-rings restrict the blood flow in the penis which makes it harder for longer and delays and heightens the orgasm for men.