Only YOU! can prevent (the lack of vaginal orgasm)

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  1. chlywly

    chlywly Active Member

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    EDU: The G-spot/Vaginal Orgasm and YOU

    INTRODUCTION

    I firmly believe ALL women can have a vaginal orgasm... Why? because orgasm is mainly triggered by your MIND, and concentration. The reason it is easier for women to have a clitoral orgasm is because they are used to clitoral stimulation and also it is a much more pronounced and exaggerated type of stimulation, thus making it easier to concentrate on it with your MIND thus triggering orgasm.

    For a woman to have a vaginal orgasm, she needs to be very relaxed, her mind space needs to be free of external thoughts. She needs to concentrate on the feeling from the inside of her vagina/g-spot etc, and make sure to stabilize her breathing with swift powerful, short and deep breathes. Faster, Faster, MORE MORE MORE....... BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM KABLALADHROOOW MOTHA FUCKA!

    Orgasm is 85% mind-space.

    Anyone, men and women included, mainly women can even have a genital-less orgasm, or an orgasm (in the genitals) without ANY touching at all. It's BREATHING/MIND-SPACE. There are seminars "Tantric" you can take for this.

    The issue is of course, that it may take some serious time 10-15-20minutes of direct g-spot stimulation before a woman can find the rhythm she enjoys, get used to it, stabilize her breathing and mind-space. This requires a male-partner who is #1 willing to spend the time doing this and making her feel good/searching with fingers or genital apparatus and #2 A man who has some fucking perseverance because believe me it ain't fucking EASY {for a woman who has never had one or isn't prone to them due to reasons stated above}

    What inhibits orgasm?
    - being self conscious (mind-space)
    - being stressed (mind-space)
    - desensitization (using too many huge dildo's/vibrators)
    - desensitization from watching too much porn (mind-space)

    INSTRUCTIONS


    1) Start off with lots of foreplay. If you don't know what this means then you're useless.

    2) Continue with lots of foreplay, begin using fingers.

    3) The G-spot is stimulated best with your 2 front fingers. Index and middle.
    Hold your hand palm facing up. Insert, about 1-3 inches in (varying) You will feel a rougher/patchier more sponge like tissue at the top of her vaginal wall.

    This is likely the G-spot area. Try applying pressure (varies, but generally you need more than less). Move your fingers around in a circular motion while applying pressure, and try varying speeds to see what your lover likes more.

    Trymoving your fingers in and out while making a come here motion with your fingers. Basically spend a good 10minutes doing this, while also kissing and paying attention to your lover.

    Proceed with faster movements, more pressure applied. You will likely notice your lover becoming crazy mother fucking squirmish at this point, excited and likely convulsing. Continue, keep AT IT!

    You may feel like you're forearm is about to rip open, I plead with you LAD CONTINUE!!!!! HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLD HOOOOOOOOOOOOLD HOOOOOOOOOOOOLD! Your lover may complain of a feeling of wanting to urinate...

    CONTINUE!!!!!! HOOOOOOOLD!!!!! Tell her to relax, and not to worry about it, tell her to go with it (( it would help if she urinated before the act to ease her nerves ))... This feeling is natural ... Proceed talking dirty, more pressure, steady pace! Come here motion.

    HOOOOLD! OH FUCK YOUR ARM/HAND It's going to fucking FALL OFF!
    You can't take it anymore, you must END THIS FIASCO!

    HOOOOOOOOOLD
    HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLD
    HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLD

    BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM Success/Victory.



    ~ I can not re-iterate enough, persistence will pay off.


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  2. yankeeschick14

    yankeeschick14 New Member

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    I've been doing some reseach because of all this debate about female orgasms/vaginal orgasms. I dont want to hijack, but I feel this goes along with this thread so I'll post here. So heres a study that supports
    (1) vaginal orgasm is accessible
    (2) vaginal orgasm is related to psychological well-being
    (3) different sexual behaviours are different, and
    (4) it is specifically penile – vaginal intercourse that is associated with better psychological and physiological function.​

    and I quote
    "Although it is commonly asserted that it is uncommon for women to have had orgasms from penile – vaginal intercourse, the evidence (especially when more representative samples are used) is to the contrary. In large (over 1000 participants) studies conducted in Australia and the United Kingdom, at least 84% of women report having had intercourse orgasms. The American Kinsey data indicated that 90% of women had intercourse orgasm, and also showed that women’s intercourse orgasm was associated with marital satisfaction.
    Given that intercourse orgasm consistency is not well correlated with consistency of orgasm from other sources (Brody, 2006b; Brody et al., 2003), it is unlikely that many of the intercourse orgasms relied on exogenous clitoral stimulation. However, it is still instructive to enquire about definite pure vaginal orgasm (triggered solely through penile – vaginal contact). ​

    Psychoanalytic conjectures and clinical observations linked non-attainment of the genital phase of psychosexual development with various psychological problems. For women, attaining the genital phase of psychosexual development would include transferring sexual sensitivity and importance from the clitoris to the vagina. This Freudian view has been shouted down, rather than countered with evidence to the contrary (the little ‘‘evidence’’ that has been proffered has involved weak research methods and biased inferences). Empirical examination of any association between psychological problems and having experienced vaginal orgasm would be an evidence based approach. ​

    In a large (N41200) representative survey of the Swedish female population, there was an item that was a very stringent measure of vaginal orgasm: ‘‘have you ever had an orgasm solely through the movement of the penis in the vagina?’’ The response to this item (among women who had ever had penile – vaginal intercourse) was examined in relation to other questions tapping psychological and sexual function (Brody, manuscript under review). The Swedish survey reportedly is not affected by social desirability response bias.​

    A clear majority of women in the representative survey sample reported having had vaginal orgasm, despite the very conservative wording of the item (on an anecdotal basis, a few vaginally orgasmic women with whom I discussed the issue noted that some vaginally orgasmic women likely responded to the item in the negative, because they might have understood the question to exclude any clitoral stimulation occurring before intercourse began).​

    In the survey, vaginal orgasm (as opposed to only orgasm from clitoral stimulation) was associated with: more frequent sexual desire, greater satisfaction with one’s sex life, greater satisfaction with one’s partner, greater satisfaction with one’s friendships, greater satisfaction with one’s mental health, and greater satisfaction with one’s life in general. This pattern of results supports the hypothesis of an association of vaginal orgasm with better psychological function. The results are also consistent with earlier Czech studies, which found that various forms of psychopathology and personality disorder were associated with less vaginal orgasm, but not less clitoral orgasm.​

    In the survey, women who had vaginal orgasm reported a lower frequency of
    masturbation in the past 30 days. Among those women who did masturbate in the past 30 days, vaginally orgasmic women were more likely to use vaginal stimulation. The majority of women reported that orgasm with a penis in their vagina was better than orgasm without a penis in their vagina, and the vaginally orgasmic women felt more strongly about it. Other researchers using the same data set found that women who were ever vaginally orgasmic had a much lower risk of having a current global orgasmic dysfunction than women who had only had clitoral orgasms. This suggests that having had Intercourse only clitoral orgasm is an intermediate state between global anorgasmia and vaginal orgasm."

    my source is "Penile-Vaginal Intercourse is Better: Evidence Trumps Ideology"by Stuart Brody, publish in Sexual and Relationship Therapy November 2006.

    This is but one of many sources that states vaginal orgasm is attainable for the vast majority of women, but is limited by psychological factors, including an inability to process the feelings of pleasure derived solely from penile-vaginal intercourse. ​

     
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    In that case and there are cases, but they are very "RARE"... You may actually have had some form of vaginal scarring, from too much rough sex, or many other possibilities. Keep trying though, I suggest taking a tantric seminar, I still think its in your head... sensation is a very relative term. You can have an orgasm without any physical stimulation... It's mind/breathing.
     
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    Very cool! Wonderful read, thank you! It backs up everything I have found through my own sexual exploits and research. Fascinating.
     
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    chlywly Active Member

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    Really? That's very strange, but hey anything can happen right... I wouldn't fret about it however because again, orgasm is 85% if not fully 95% mind-related. Breathing is a HUGE part of this, mainly because it rushes blood to your brain and helps you become relaxed/euphoric. I highly recommend taking a Tantric orgasm seminar, they can be pricey but worth it, attend with a lover. I am certain you will have success :)
     
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    JohnJohnJohnson Effetely Sipping My Latte OT Supporter

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    :hay: What price range are we talking about? :noes:
     
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    chlywly Active Member

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    Depends on the instructor and your area... In Toronto and area there are a few who charge $800-1000 for 1-2 sessions... Or like a weekend seminar.
     
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    LOL at all of the retards saying most women cant have vaginal orgasms :bowrofl


    fucking tards.
     
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    chlywly Active Member

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    The men who say this simply lack sexual experience and read too much fluff like Cosmo for their answers.
    The women who say this lack 'quality' sexual experience, lack an understanding of their own bodies and the patience to discover the truth.
     
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    and a big fucking WORD to both of those. i think you just described 50-70% of the vag.


    edit: refer to my poll thread about can women have vaginal orgasms
     
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    registeredPORK Happy Poo Poo

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    It's true... you will feel like your arm is going to fall off. My SO has explained this to me many, many times.

    In any case, maybe I'm just weird but... I don't require a lot of pressure on my Gspot. In fact, it hurts when he puts that pressure there. I guess it differs from vagina to vagina.
     
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    chlywly Active Member

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    On a brighter note, if you do this and keep switching up hands every once in a while, your form arms will be RIPPED!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    there is also another way of achieving vaginal orgasm. using your middle and ring finger put them in and curve the fingers up a little, should look like how you finger a bowling ball. then you start moving your hand up and down and depending how relaxed they are they will cum.
     
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    JohnJohnJohnson Effetely Sipping My Latte OT Supporter

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    that's how i'm used to doing it
     
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    after reading the op though, not sure im doing it long enough
     
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    werd, just like everyone can hear the difference between pen and pin. they just aren't listening hard enough.
     
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    chlywly Active Member

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    Thank you
     
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    chlywly Active Member

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    Let me re-iterate, most women can have vaginal orgasm, let me also re-iterate that the ones that HAVE NOT, still CAN.. Meaning if you have not yet experienced it, does not mean you are unable to, it does however mean it requires work on your mind and understanding your body, patience and persistence.
     
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    "don't" is not that same as "can't"
     
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    hes a virgin just disregard
     
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    mine wasnt a random website, it was published research in a peer-reviewed journal. That has some clout.
     
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    he is virgin, disregard
     

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