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Skip to: Main Navigation Main Content. A quest to experience 'vaginal orgasms' can cause women needless anxiety, sex therapists say. But does the vaginal orgasm really exist anyway?
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A sentence I have struggled with for most of my adult life, but finally as Pelvic Pain Awareness comes to a close, I am opening up about this very intimate subject to remind many women and people with uteruses out there that painful penetration is very common and something that many of us have experienced. I have always struggled with pelvic pain and this has made sexual intercourse hard for me, pardon the pun. My vagina is a sensitive soul who is always pissed off from dealing with pain so the last thing she often wants is anything going inside.
Sure, exercise is a great way to relieve stress and improve your sleep. But so is enjoying a little one-on-one time with you and your body. Masturbation is a safe and natural way to feel good, discover what gets you hot, and release built-up sexual tension.
Having good sex often depends on what happens before sex. In theory, having sex is easy. You find someone you like, make sure that person likes you too, and consensually have at it.
Well, I'll tell you! The joys of penetration, as described by one late great Hollywood star John Barrymore to another Errol Flynnat top volume in a crowded Beverly Hills restaurant. Sadly, Mrs Barrymore might not have got quite so much fun out of the process.
While some say the orgasm gap is closing among Millennials, others have found that this inequality in the bedroom it's unfortunately still alive and well with the young crowd. The Vagina Dispatches, a new video series from The Guardian, explores the orgasm gap in their latest episode. They speak to a psychologist, a sex educator, and a pelvic floor therapist and real women about their orgasm experiences.
To say we live in a culture obsessed with sexualization and the sensationalization thereof is an understatement. Bigger, harder, deeper, faster often seems to be the misguided message proliferating our collective sexual consciousness. Indeed, one cock is no longer enough: many mainstream porn vids feature stars doing double and triple penetration—some even going as far as taking three cocks in their ass at once.