MORE and more women are opening up about sexual pleasure, and by having honest conversations with their partner, they're more likely to achieve orgasm. From what happens when you climax, to where to find the g-spot, we answer some of the questions surrounding sexual pleasure for women. As you become more aroused, there is an increase in blood flow to the pelvic area, and your breathing becomes quicker and heavier. For women, an orgasm is a feeling of intense sexual pleasure which is accompanied by contractions of the genital muscles. Its existence has never actually been proven, but scientists have studied it since the s, and many women claim that stimulating it helps them reach the big O.
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AskMen may get paid if you click a link in this article and buy a product or service. There's no doubt you've heard of the G-spot: that mythical area that supposedly feels extra good for ladies when you hit it. If you haven't managed to find it on your girl, don't feel too bad: there are a lot of women who haven't even found their own G-spots themselves.
OH see now I will have to find this article and have a fit like you. NONE of that applies to me. Getting me to orgasm is like a magic trick. I can have a clit so sensitive breathing on it makes me squirm and still not have achieved orgasm so there goes that theory as well.