There are a lot of random facts about the female orgasm that a lot of people, especially women, don’t know. Some of the facts you’re about to read will explain why a lady feels the way she does after an orgasm and will also debunk certain myths a lot of people push around.
1. Orgasms get better with age
A lot of times, people assume that your 20s is when you’re at your sexual peak but that’s not true. For women, orgasms become way better as you grow and apparently, over 36 years is the prime time for the perfect climax. It may be because older women know what they want and aren’t afraid to ask for it. Plus, once they’re in a relationship where there’s trust and intimacy, it allows them to relax more and embrace the ride on the way to orgasm.
2. You may not need genital stimulation to reach an orgasm
There are a number of women who get spontaneous orgasms and get orgasms through the stimulation of other body parts apart from the genitals. There are a lot of other erogenous parts of the body zones like the nipples, the butt, the earlobe, the nape of the neck and even the feet.
3. Cannabis may help with reaching an orgasm
Cannabis is a vasodilator, which means that it opens blood vessels, increasing blood flow — which also happens when you’re aroused. Once blood flow increases, you get natural lubricated. Cannabis’ ability to blunt painful sensations while also enhancing pleasurable ones may give hope to those who suffer from ailments like vulvodynia and vaginismis. (Source: womansday.com)
4. Lesbians are orgasming more than all other women
There is a real orgasm gap between heterosexual women and lesbian women. In a survey, 95 percent of straight male participants said they usually or always got there. Just 65 percent of straight women could say the same. Of lesbian participants, 86 percent reported usually or always orgasming during sexual activity. Gay and bisexual men clocked in at 89 and 88 percent, respectively, compared to 66 percent of bisexual women. Some people say that, because lesbian sex involves 2 women, they understand each other better but others too are of the notion that, heterosexual sex is built around the orgasm of the man.
5. Using a condom doesn’t obstruct your orgasm
Sex may be better without a condom but making your partner wear one doesn’t hamper your own orgasm. Enjoy your safe sex in peace without worrying about him pulling out. If he really knows what he’s doing, you’ll get your orgasm.
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