Q&A: I Orgasm With My Vibrator, Not When Someone Else Touches Me

Vibrator stimulation can be pretty intense and some women (and men) respond far more easily to it than hand, mouth, or intercourse stimulation. It may be that you have a higher threshold for stimulation, and vibration more easily brings you to orgasm.

Q&A: Are There Adverse Effects To Frequent Masturbation?

Masturbation is a common way for both men and women to enjoy the bodies they live in. Some people find that masturbation helps them to relax after a stressful day or to fall asleep at night. Masturbation can also help men and women to learn what they life, in terms of sexual touch and pace, so that they can share this information with a partner.

Q&A: Death Grip During Masturbation – Will It Translate To Sex?

Some men masturbate by rubbing against their bed or pillows and then find themselves in a similar situation in which sex with a partner feels very different. It can take time to learn to orgasm or ejaculate from sex with a partner.

Q&A: I Have Never Experienced Orgasm. Is Something Wrong With Me?

Some women find that they may masturbate for 30 minutes or an hour or longer, quite a few times, before they experience a release of sexual tension in what feels like an orgasm to them. Other women prefer to use a vibrator to help learn to orgasm, as vibrators can often make it easier to learn to orgasm.

Q&A: He Masturbates In His Sleep And Says Another Person’s Name

It’s worth noting that it is very common for both men and women to fantasize about other people, even when they are happy and satisfied in their current relationship. As such, even if he is fantasizing about someone else, it does not necessarily mean that he doesn’t feel positively about you or your relationship.