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: 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: Decreased Libido and Vaginal Lubrication. Anything I Can Do?

Some women experience vaginal dryness after taking low dose birth control pills. Also, it’s common for women to feel more dry if they start having sex shortly after a warm shower or bath, if they’re taking allergy medications such as antihistamines, or while they are breastfeeding.

QA&: I Want To Have Sex But I’m Uncomfortable With My Body

As for body hair, we all have it! Although some women and men prefer to trim or shave some of their body hair, other people live it on. It can feel good to be touched in places that have hair on them as the hairs can add a layer of sensitivity.

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.