Researchers ultimately focused on studying changes in blood flow to women’s genitals during sleep. They found that women experienced increased in blood flow to their genitals during REM sleep, just as men experience increases in blood flow to their penis, which contributes to their erections.
Some women who lubricate quite a lot enjoy it or look to it as a sign of their sexual excitement. Other women find that it may be enjoyable up to a point but that too much lubrication can interfere with vaginal sensation or their ability to “feel” their partner during intercourse.
A woman may become pregnant whether or not she lubricates or has an orgasm during sex. Your level of sexual excitement has nothing to do with your ability to become pregnant – unless you’re avoiding sex because it’s not exciting.
Although sperm are quite small, they typically do not make it through most types of clothing unless, of course, both partners were wearing mesh clothing or other clothing with large holes in it, or if they pushed their underwear to the side or were wearing thong underwear and thus somehow had direct genital contact.
My former girlfriend experienced female ejaculation two times during our three year relationship – once during oral sex and another time during intercourse. I always thought this was something a woman either displays all the time or not at all. Is it normal to be so infrequent?
My girlfriend says that she can’t feel anything when I’m in her. I never had this problem with women before, and am pretty sure it’s not a size issue as I’m at least average size. What are the reasons why a woman wouldn’t feel anything during sex?