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: What Can I Do To Help My Partner Orgasm During Intercourse?

It is sometimes said that sex is like a dance in the way that it’s often more fun and more pleasurable if two people are attuned to teach others’ bodies. Sometimes the focus is on one person, dipping or being dipped, or turning around in circles. But the other person gets a turn to shine, too.

Q&A: I Don’t Get Wet And I Have Never Experienced Orgasm

Sometimes medications – such as low-dose estrogen birth control pills – are thought to contribute to difficulties with vaginal lubrication. Other times, certain medical conditions may play a role. Depending on the situation, a healthcare provider may recommend the use of a vaginal moisturizer to help maintain a sense of vaginal wetness and comfort.

Q&A: Clit Sensitivty During Sex, Mixture Between Pleasure And Pain

The female clitoris is full of nerve endings and is consequently one of the most sensitive spots on a woman’s body. Because of this enormous sensitivity, some women enjoy direct stimulation of their glans clitoris. For this same reason of sensitivity, however, some women do not enjoy direct stimulation as it may feel uncomfortable or even painful.

Q&A: Why Would Someone Call Out Another Person’s Name During Sex?

As a sex educator and columnist, thousands of people have talked to me about their sex lives. And I have heard from many people who have accidentally called out someone’s name during sex.
In some cases, it was a total accident. They claimed that they weren’t thinking of this other person and the name just slipped out.

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: How Can I Increase The Volume Of My Semen And Make It Squirt?

Because a man’s pelvic muscles are linked to the power of his ejaculation, and his orgasms, it may be that pelvic floor muscle exercises, such as Kegel exercises, can help to improve the thrust of a man’s ejaculate – to help him squirt more than drip.

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.