Many women go off sex as time goes by. Others seem to be much keener to keep on having it. Why the difference?
Skip navigation! Story from Wellness. The A-spot is a part of female pleasure that we barely ever discuss, but it deserves its day in the sun.
How do you like yours? Credit: Shutterstock. What do women want?
She Wants More Although our survey shows that satisfied women have sex several times a week, two out of five are still left craving more. Listen in: "He's afraid of seeming too eager, but I have just as large a sex drive as he does. She Knows She's Hot Satisfied women don't suffer from low self-esteem—four in five think their partners find them extremely sexy.
Sex can and should be an enjoyable experience starting at foreplay and creating an intimate connection with the other person. Learning to enjoy the entire intercourse process and not just the finished product will make us more satisfied in our sexual relationships and overall in life. Understanding that sex is a two-way street is important when talking about sexual satisfaction with your partner.
Verified by Psychology Today. Women's experiences with sexual pleasure and orgasm have been an area of ongoing interest for many years. In spite of many embattled advances, female sexuality remains mystified and downplayed in general.
Skip navigation! Story from Sex. People can be squeamish about putting big things inside of their vaginas or anuses, and rightfully so.
You only need to make a few tweaks to enjoy a more powerful orgasm. When people are looking to spice up their sex lifethere's one thing that usually comes to mind: throwing out common sex positions in favor of more acrobatic ones. But there's no need to.
Pornography is ubiquitous, highly accessible, and vivid. It is increasingly influential in the sex lives and sexual development of consumers around the world. Public discussion of pornography tends to emphasise its potential for harm.