Ever wondered what she might be thinking during sex?
What is going on inside her head?
It is still somewhat embarrassing for many couples to talk about their sexual fantasies. Lack of understanding can also lead to major problems in the sexual sphere.
Therefore, it is interesting to find out what are the most frequent questions about sex. Some of the answers are from the well-known English sexologist Ava Cadell, who helps us clarify our most carnal doubts.
So if you’re curious to know then stick around, because this will get very interesting.
Here Are 5 Burning Questions Women Answer About Sex:
5. I Can’t Find The G-spot. Does It Really Exist? Where Is It?
Some would say that it is easier to find it than to explain where it is.
Let’s go in order and see what the scientific literature has to say about this. When stimulated, the G-Spot represents the spot of maximum sexual pleasure for a woman.
But this legendary “spot” is one of the greatest mysteries for the male population (and for many females too). But where is it exactly? It is not clear. In the sense that to be found it must be stimulated, and to be stimulated it must be found, like the chicken and the egg.
According to female sexologists, for most women, the G-spot is located on the front wall of the vagina, to a depth of about 4-5 cm just behind the external location of the clitoris. It is about the size of a small coin and when properly stimulated it expands and changes structure slightly.
4. Can Sex Toys Spoil Or Improve Sexual Intercourse?
Are sex toys really a good idea or can they have a negative effect on sex?
This is one of the most frequently asked questions about sex. According to most women, sex toys can significantly improve the quality of sex, as they can be a great addition, especially for women to enjoy themselves while they are taking care of you down there. But not only this, sex toys can add variety to a relationship, reduce performance pressure, add an element of pleasure and novelty to sex, which is key for keeping your flame alive.
Most women fantasize with a vibration toy that can be inserted into them and that can be manipulated by you automatically. I know this will sound crazy, but trust me, most women actually fantasize about this. Invite her our for dinner, and play around with her and an automatic toy. No one will tell what you are doing and she will be completely ready for you after dinner.
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3. How Often Should I Have Sex?
There’s not a size fits all answer here.
Every individual and every couple can be completely different and have extremely different lifestyles. However, what does matter is quality, which, according to experts and to most women too, is more important than quantity.
For most women, the intimacy of the couple is more important than sexual intercourse itself: as long as couples kiss and hug, sexuality will remain strong. According to the experts, a satisfied couple needs to have sex once to 3 times a week. However, on average, married couples have sex about twice a month. In short, what matters is not when, but rather how.
2. What’s The Difference Between Vaginal And Clitoral Orgasms?
It’s difficult to separate vaginal orgasms from clitoral orgasms, as they sit in close proximity to one another.
However, you can stimulate the clitoris through the vaginal canal. It’s true that some people report that one ‘type’ of orgasm feels more intense, but this is a matter of personal preference.
They are two different pleasure centers, but both have the same spasm mechanism. To have a vaginal orgasm, women also require some G-spot stimulation. Yet, for women, there are no preferences, while some prefer clitoral orgasm, while others prefer vaginal orgasm.
1. Does Size Really Matter?
Okay, let’s be honest size matters for some women.
Based on what sex therapists and many women claim, it appears that most women do not care at all. What they actually prefer is for their partner to know how to use it. Also, they highly value men who are warm, kind, trustworthy, caring and fun, who share their values and interests, rather than porn-actor-like-penis.
Researchers from the UCLA and Los Angeles State University have recently published a report that shows that 84 per cent of women feel “very satisfied” with the size of their couple’s penis. 14% wish it were larger and 2% would prefer smaller. In addition, according to a recent study, women prefer larger penises for only one time, while for long term relationships they prefer a normal and smaller size.
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If you are in a relationship and you ever feel a burning question don’t hesitate to ask your significant other.
You’d be surprised how open women get about their sexuality with their men. Talking about your sex life with your partner can not only be very exciting, but it can be extremely beneficial for your sex life and for your bond. Communication is always the best way to connect and understand each other, especially to dissipate burning and exciting questions.