Q&A: How Do Women Experience Multiple Orgasms?

We don’t fully understand why some women experience multiple orgasms and others do not. In part, it may have to do with expectations about sex and orgasm. After all, even one orgasm is difficult for some women to experience, so some women may be happy with one orgasm and may not even try to have a second orgasm after their first.

Q&A: Dating Women But Fantasizing About Men. Straight, Gay, or Bi?

Dr. Alfred Kinsey felt that there was fluidity in human sexuality and that more people would be attracted to both sexes if society was more accepting and embracing of the diversity of human sexual attraction, interest and behavior.

Q&A: How Legitimate Is Sex Addiction?

Although the term “sex addiction” is often used in the media, it is not used as commonly among scientific circles. That’s not to say that sex researchers don’t encounter people with problems related to sex. In fact, it’s quite clear that a small proportion of people experience their sexuality in a way that may feel out of control or addictive.

Q&A: Why Does My Girlfriend Feel Bad After We Have Sex?

The experience of sexual pleasure can also tap into people’s brain chemistry in ways that, as scientists, we don’t fully understand yet. For example, I have heard, from several people who describe sadness associated with sex for reasons they don’t understand.

Q&A: Is It Normal To Fantasize About Having Sex With Random Women?

People can act out romantic sexual fantasies or very explicit no-feelings-involved sexual fantasies. They can be powerful or submissive, have sex with one person or many, or approach a stranger or even a long lost, high school love for sex, massage, making out or to become pregnant.

Q&A: Young American Women: Only Ones Who Shave Their Pubic Area?

It’s common for women and men to say that there’s something they like about having even just a little bit of pubic hair. Some people find that it feels very sensual to have a little bit of pubic hair to tug on – that it can enhance sensation during masturbation or partner sex. Others just like how it looks.

Q&A: My Clitoris And Vulva Are Fusing Together. Is This Okay?

The glans clitoris sometimes seems to fuse to the clitoral hood. Changes to the structre of the vulva, whether to the clitoris or the vaginal lips, can occur as part of menopause, when estrogen levels decrease, or as a result of a genital skin condition such as one called lichen sclerosus.

Q&A: I’m Attracted To Both Trans and Genetic Women. Am I Bisexual?

You consider yourself heterosexual and you are attracted to women but actually prefer transgendered women. Some people might consider that to be bisexual as the people you are interested in are biological males who live their lives as women, whether through their behaviors alone or with the assistance of hormones or surgery.