Allowed not orgasm
We've got in the habit of using a vibrator during sex, but I am worried I am becoming dependent on it. Does using a toy like this make having an orgasm without it more difficult? Some vibrators are very powerful and provide very intense levels of stimulation. However, they don't change the way your body works or make you less sensitive to gentler forms of stimulation, so using a vibrator should not make it harder to climax without one. Several studies have explored vibrator use in relationships, but one, in particular, concluded that, although using a vibrator can numb the genitals immediately after use, the sensation is typically restored within an hour and, crucially, there is no long-term damage to the nerves. The issue of dependency is different, and it is one that both men and women worry about.
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Orgasmic dysfunction in women
The multiple orgasm: Does it exist and who knows for sure?
Orgasmic dysfunction is when a woman either cannot reach orgasm, or has trouble reaching orgasm when she is sexually excited. When sex is not enjoyable, it can become a chore instead of a satisfying, intimate experience for both partners. Sexual desire may decline, and sex may occur less often. This can create resentment and conflict in the relationship. Surveys suggest that up to one half of women are not satisfied with how often they reach orgasm. Sexual response involves the mind and body working together in a complex way. Both need to function well for an orgasm to happen.
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‘How do I stop faking orgasms?’
Women need to be allowed to ask for what brings them to orgasm, be honest about what does not work for them, and have their sexual pleasure prioritised on an equal level with their partner. Photograph: iStock. I am a straight woman in a committed relationship of six months. It is a really loving, honest relationship and I am very happy with my boyfriend.
While orgasms don't define good sex, they are pretty damn nice. However, our bodies, minds, and relationships are complicated, meaning orgasms aren't always easy to come by pun intended. One more time, for the cheap seats in the back: Only about 25 percent of people with vaginas come from penetration alone. If you're not one of them, that doesn't mean anything is wrong with you or your body.
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