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Women’s Mental Health Matters – See A Therapist

Women’s Mental Health Matters – See A Therapist

 

As a woman, you can experience a number of women’s mental health concerns, from depression and anxiety to eating disorders and fertility issues, and you may prefer to talk to a woman’s mental health therapist. Having a therapist who is also a woman often makes female clients feel the unique needs of women will be properly addressed and treated. Many issues occurring to women and emotions they experience throughout life can best be understood by another woman. 

That is why many women have decided to seek a woman’s mental health therapist that will help them work on any issues they might have and learn techniques and methods to improve their well-being and life quality. 

Women’s Mental Health

Women’s mental health issues affect about 20% of women in the United States. As certain mental health disorders and issues are more common in women, such as anxiety and depression, there is a growing need for therapy guided by a woman. Not the mention that conditions like postpartum depression and premenstrual dysphoric disorder are unique only to women, which might not be aligned with the approach of a man’s mental health therapist.

Although fertility affects men as well, it brings different issues for women and they experience the entire situation differently. Another difference in men’s and women’s mental health is that women are more likely to experience physical disorders related to a mental illness. However, as much as there are certain differences, therapists must keep in mind that each person is unique. Every woman might deal with the same mental health concern differently, and also experience different symptoms and emotions. 

Fertility

There are many women in their 20s, 30s, 40s, and 50s trying to get pregnant, yet something is preventing them from making their dream come true. Regardless of the reason for fertility issues, experiencing this is not pleasant and women often feel overwhelmed by this experience. This is when the woman’s mental health therapist can help because they can familiarize themselves with this type of situation better than men.

Depression

Depression is among the most common mental health issues affecting women both in the United States and globally. Women are more likely to experience depression than their counterparts. Also, they tend to internalize their depression symptoms, making it difficult to feel satisfied and fulfilled in their lives.

Women often experience emotions like worthlessness, guilt, isolation from others, and report somatic symptoms like headaches, fatigue, and gastrointestinal problems. They can experience a range of depressive disorders, however, symptoms will usually include sadness, loss of interest in things, low concentration, motivation and energy, and changes in sleep and appetite. Women are at risk of depression during periods of hormonal changes like puberty, pregnancy, and menopause. All three affecting only women.  

Relationships

Both men and women will experience relationships in their unique ways. Perhaps it’s more accurate to say that each person will experience a relationship in their own way, yet women will often want to talk more about how they feel in their relationship and seek advice on how to overcome any issue that might arise.

Women tend to analyze their romantic lives more than men, so they will naturally be inclined to talk with their therapist about events that occur during their relationship or breakup. Also, as most women have female friends, talking to a woman’s mental health therapist might be more comfortable for them because the experience feels familiar. 

Trauma

During our lives, we are exposed to many events that can cause trauma, and such experiences should be treated for a person to recover from the traumatic event. If a woman has experienced a traumatic event involving a man as an aggressor. It will be difficult to open up emotionally to another man, even if this man is a licensed therapist.

Because of different social and emotional aspects of how men are raised, although this is changing significantly in the past few decades, women are more comprehensive about the consequences a trauma can have on one’s mental health, rather than just being focused on finding the solution for the trauma. Of course, this might differ from person to person, yet women who have experienced a traumatic event will often talk only to a woman’s mental health therapist.

Healing Women

The first step to healing a woman’s mental health is understanding it. Understanding these unique issues mostly only women experience helps find the right approach for treating them. Therapists will often decide on the treatment type after talking to the client and learning about the issues that motivated them to see a therapist.

Just talking to a woman who is a professional in mental health and can understand how you are feeling is therapeutic on its own. With so many responsibilities and a fast-paced lifestyle, a woman often doesn’t have time to focus on herself and how she feels about certain things that have happened or are happening in her life. This is very common for women with families and demanding careers as they tend to prioritize everything else before themselves.

It is incredibly important to take care of your mental health. This affects your role as a mother, wife, friend, employee, colleague, boss, etc. If something is causing you to feel uncomfortable, in pain, frustrated, scared, or angry. It should be a reason enough to seek therapeutic help. 

As much as conversations with your friends might help, they often lack direction and a set of tools that will help you recover from the past event or react to a recurring event that is causing you to feel a certain way. 

Conclusion

It is incredibly beneficial for women to talk to a woman’s mental health therapist. Therapy is intimate and you should discuss your intimate matters and emotions only with someone you feel comfortable with. As women, we often prefer talking to another woman, and that is completely normal. 

Luckily, there are many excellent women’s mental health therapists, so you will easily find the right choice for yourself. However, make sure you talk to a licensed therapist with good recommendations to ensure your decision of going to therapy provides you with better life quality. 

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5 Things Women Need To Know about the Vaginal Orgasm

5 Things Women Need To Know about the Vaginal Orgasm

 

To have a fulfilled and healthy life, there are a few things women need to know about the vaginal orgasm. As much as the female orgasm is often treated as a mystery, there is no doubt about its numerous benefits. After all, there are not so many differences between the female and male orgasm.   

Women who are experiencing difficulties in reaching climax can also learn how to restore this ability and go back to having spectacular orgasms. And an even stronger bond with their sexual partner. An orgasm is your birthright and every woman should claim it as much as she can and wants. 

In this article, you will find all the information about female sexual health, from learning the concept of orgasm to allowing yourself to fully enjoy the pleasure that comes from an orgasm. Enjoy the read and hope it leads to many, many vaginal orgasms in your life.

Introducing the Clitoris

You already know that clitoris has a unique shape, yet did you know that its shape is what is causing the arousal and orgasm in your body? When massaging your erogenous zones, whether it’s your labia, inner thigh, vaginal opening, or anus, gently rub on it, while also playing with your clitoris. 

You will soon notice how the arousal is kicking as you or your partner is touching you and exploring what type of touch and where exactly on your body you prefer it. Some women enjoy more caressing and kissing, while others get excited when someone is pinching or biting their body parts.

Vagina Doesn’t Have As Many Nerve Endings As You Think

We often wrongly assume that just because there is so much going on there that our vaginas have many nerve endings. As much as nobody can deny there is an electrified pleasure when you or someone else touches your erogenous zones near your vagina, there are not many nerve endings. The reason for that is quite simple.

If a woman were to have many nerve endings, it might be great for her sexual pleasure, however, when giving birth, this would be an incredibly painful experience. In a way, the lack of nerve endings in our vagina is what is keeping a woman safe from the pain that would turn giving birth into a traumatic experience. 

Where Is My G Spot Located?

Finding a G Spot is not as hard as you might think. It is located on the anterior wall of your vagina, also known as the back of an internal clitoris. When lying down on the bed, you will be able to locate it at the top of the front wall. You will need to discover where precisely your G Spot is as it can be on the way up that wall, sometimes place lower, sometimes higher. 

You will know when you have found it once you feel a rougher area than the surrounding tissue and many women even describe it as touching the orange peel. The reason why not all women have the G spot located in the same place is due to differences in genetics, whether or not they’ve had babies, etc.

Vaginal vs. Clitoral Orgasm

The types of orgasms differ based on the type of physical stimulation and to which parts of the female body these stimulations are being done on. Vaginal orgasm involves an orgasm through stimulation during sex or any kind of vaginal penetration, completely without clitoral stimulation. Due to already mentioned nerve endings, the vagina cannot create an orgasm. That’s why it’s important to think of the vagina and clitoris as a grid of nerves and muscles working together towards your orgasm. 

A clitoral orgasm refers to an orgasm that involves only clitoral stimulation. Your partner can lick, bite, kiss, suck, touch, caress, or tickle your clitoris, and as a result of that stimulation, you will orgasm. When a woman is feeling sexual excitement, her clitoris will swell and change position. 

The blood vessels of the entire pelvic area will also swell, leading to engorgement and a unique feeling of sexual sensitivity and fullness. The inner vaginal lips will also swell and change their shape, while the vagina will balloon upwards and change the position of the uterus. 

Clitoris Has +8000 Nerve Endings Only for Your Pleasure

Unlike the vagina, your clitoris is filled with nerve endings. It is the most nerve-rich part of your vulva with more than 8,000 nerve endings. This means that the clitoris can provide incredible sexual pleasure for women. Especially when you add the fact that there are 15,000 more nerve endings in the pelvis. No wonder why an orgasm feels so good down there!

However, there is no unique formula to reach an orgasm with clitoral stimulation. As each woman is different, her clitoris will also differ from others. To feel sexual pleasure and eventually orgasm, each woman will need a different type of stimulation. The only way to know for sure is to put those fingers to work. And explore what feels good and what doesn’t. 

In Conclusion

The more you and your sex partner know about vaginal orgasms, the more often you will achieve them during intercourse. Orgasms are incredibly beneficial for women and not to mention how amazing they feel. There is truly no reason why any woman shouldn’t be able to enjoy her body, celebrate her sexuality, and make the most of her sexual pleasure.

That’s why it’s crucial to educate yourself and everyone around you. Debunk a myth or two about female sexual pleasure and allow yourself to enjoy it without any limitations. Whether you start by discovering where your G Spot is or figuring out which type of orgasm is your favorite, make that move towards a more fulfilled sexual life that we all deserve!

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Clitoral Orgasm

Clitoral Orgasm: Everything You Need To Know About It

Clitoral Orgasm: Everything You Need To Know About It

 

When it comes to orgasms, there is always something new to learn, especially with certain types such as a clitoral orgasm, right? After all, every woman has the right to learn how to self pleasure. Enjoying that clitoral stimulation with vaginal penetration on your own is something that will help you understand what you love in sex, what are your erogenous zones, or simply put – what drives you crazy in bed. 

So, what is actually a clitoral orgasm and how can you achieve it? If these questions are coming to mind when hearing about this type of orgasm, keep reading as we’re laying down all the facts, and also the tips and tricks on how to make the most of it and enjoy it every time alone or with your sexual partner. 

When talking about orgasms, we have to mention our masturbation mentor and explorer of sexual pleasure, Betty Dodson. She is an artist, author, and PhD sexologist who has been guiding women and educating them on women’s sexual pleasure and health for more than four decades.  Here is everything you can learn from Betty’s school of orgasms. 

Orgasm 

We will usually just say the word ‘orgasm’ when talking about women, however, you will need to be more specific from now on. The way these orgasms feel usually depends on a person, yet learning about them will help you understand what you can expect and how to make it better for yourself. 

Before diving into explanations of what orgasms are and what types of them exist, let’s talk about the clitoris first. It is a small organ that has many nerve endings that peek out from the vulva’s top, and it extends down the inside of the labia. 

To stimulate it efficiently, you will need to gently rub it with your fingers, palms of your hand, or tongue in a back, forth, or circular motion. For those who want to pleasure themselves and are doing it for the first time, you will need to use a lot of lubricant on your vagina. Once you have done that, start doing clitoral stimulation and discover what you like. Also, if something starts making you feel uncomfortable, stop immediately. 

Vaginal Orgasm

When it comes to heterosexual sex, the vaginal orgasm is the easiest to reach due to the penetration with the penis, however, for women, it’s the most difficult orgasm to reach on their own. Without a penis, a woman might use her fingers or a sex toy to have the same sensation. 

Start by inserting your fingers or the chosen sex toy into your vagina, and start moving them so you feel almost the same as if you were having sex with a partner who has a penis. Try to navigate your fingers or your toy to the direction of your belly button as that’s where you have a G-spot located and hitting it with regular pressure might result in an orgasm.

Anal Orgasm

Did you know that anal orgasms are way more common in men due to the prostate? Also, this type of orgasm can be achieved by rubbing the outside of the anal opening without penetrating. Always keep in mind to use lube when having anal sex. As the anal area naturally doesn’t produce lubricant, the skin around is prone to tears, which might result in infections. 

Clitoral Orgasm

There are many women who never had an orgams, even while masturbating. This requires awakening of the clitoris. Most of the time, the lack of orgasms in our lives are a result of the emotional or psychological issues we are having or used to have when we were younger. By changing our lifestyle and starting to practice more yoga, eat healthier and think more positively, the orgasms will come easier.

There are plenty of ways one can enjoy clitoral games. The best thing about it is that you can orgasm both alone and with your sexual partner. Of course, reaching climax alone will be a lot easier as you know what feels good and what doesn’t, however, there are other benefits you will enjoy even more if you decide to explore your body with your partner. And if you were struggling to reward yourself with an orgasm, keep in mind that’s a process that involves so much more than pleasuring and start changing your attitude towards it. 

Erogenous Zones

Erogenous zone orgasms are something you will definitely love, yet it requires a lot of experimentation. What works for you may not work for the next person. Some can easily orgasm from kisses on their neck, while others will love feeling their partner’s teeth on their nipples, or maybe even fingers on the inside of their elbows. 

If you’re not sure which are your erogenous zones, the best way to find out is by using a feather or any other light external object and finding out where you feel the most pleasure. 

During an Orgasm

Have you ever wondered what happens physically in a woman’s body when having an orgasm? Vagina, uterus and anus, and sometimes other body parts, will contract rapidly 3-15 times. You probably already know that women sometimes ejaculate as well, which means they release a liquid out of the urethra. 

We don’t experience sex and orgasm the same way, so exploring is the essential part of any sex game you and your partner decide to play. However, there are four stages of an orgasm that might be useful to know:

  • Excitement: The first moments of being turned on.
  • Plateau: The repetitive motion that brings you pleasure.
  • Orgasm: The explosion of pleasure. 
  • Resolution: The refractory period.

Communication Leads To Orgasm

In any type of sexual play that includes two people, communication is crucial. Sharing with your partner what you want, how, where and when is the only way to ensure you feel the most pleasure. Make sure you have these conversations before you two engage in sexual play so you both know what the other person wants.

This doesn’t imply you are not able to talk or change opinions during sex, it’s just to set some ground rules and have a general understanding of how things should go. Your partner cannot read your mind, so make sure you always share with them anything that might affect your sexual life and, of course, your orgasms. 

In Conclusion

There are many ways to experience orgasms. Sometimes, they will be small and almost unnoticeable, while other times, they will be really big and powerful. Sometimes, you will have only one way, and other times you might have several of them in a row. 

Just like our bodies are different, our orgasms are different as well. It’s up to you to explore what brings pleasure to you and communicate it with your partner so you both can enjoy it as much as possible. 

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Clitoral Orgasm

Clitoral Orgasm: From A To Z

Clitoral Orgasm: From A To Z

 

When talking about women enjoying their sexual life, we somehow lack good talks about orgasms, especially a clitoral orgasm. Unlike men, women experience their orgasms differently and reaching them also varies from one person to another. That’s why it’s vital to have quality discussions about it and allow women to explore different aspects of clitoral orgasm and discover new things about their sexuality. 

There are numerous methods that might help you reach climax with more ease and even improve your arousal and orgasmic experience. After all, as women are climaxing differently, there is still so much mystery wrapped around this topic. 

Types of Orgasms

Women can reach orgasm in more ways than just one. For instance, they can reach it through clitoral stimulation, vaginal stimulation or through stimulating breasts or any other erogenous zone. 

However, the clitoral orgasm is the type that’s closest to male orgasm. It requires engorgement or erection of the clitoris to lead to an orgasm. In most cases, continuing with sexual activity after the clitoral orgasm will result in discomfort or pain. 

A clitoral orgasm is typically described as more intense and profound than any other type and when combined with stimulation of other erogenous zones, it might even provide additional pleasure. 

Some women reach orgasm when another person is stimulating their genitalia, while others will reach it when their breasts are being stimulated. Another thing that’s important to keep in mind when talking about clitoral orgasms is that you can always play with other orgasm types and come back to it. It’s like riding a bike, you will not forget it!

You might have only one type of orgasm for years. Or you can have different types depending on the sexual activity with your partner. When talking about female orgasm, every person is a unique individual and their orgasms depend on many things. Yet it’s recommendable to try out all of them to see what works best for you.

Understanding Clitoral Orgasms

During an orgasm, there are certain things happening in the human body. A woman will notice that her heart rate is increasing, her breathing is accelerating. And her metabolism will speed up leading to an orgasm.

When a woman is experiencing clitoral orgasm or any other type, she will go through these four phases of sexual pleasure.

  • Excitement 

This phase can be described best as the state of arousal or desire and it involves the female body preparing for sexual activity. In the excitement phase, there will be a boost of certain hormones, the blood will begin to engorge the vagina. And the entire body will feel like it’s blushing. 

  • Plateau

In the second phase of sexual pleasure, the tension will build even more. A woman might not be able to think or do anything that’s not related to sexual stimulation. Her heart rate and blood pressure will continue to increase. 

  • Orgasm

When a woman is reaching orgasm, her vagina, uterus, pelvic floor muscles and occasionally her other muscles will contract in the same rhythm. 

  • Resolution

Right after the clitoral orgasm, the woman will start feeling her body relaxing, and her heart rate, blood pressure. And breathing starting to slow down as well. 

Does Every Woman Orgasm?

If you’re concerned because it’s difficult for you to have an orgasm. Understanding that every fourth woman is reporting the same issue might help not feel alone. In reality, there are numerous reasons why a woman is not having a clitoral or any other orgasm. These reasons can be physiological or physical, or sometimes both. 

However, if a woman wants to enjoy fully her sexual life, she will need to take a look at different types of treatments, therapies, or interventions recommended by a professional. Most of the time, talking to a therapist is a good start to understanding what is preventing you to enjoy your sexuality.

Also, a lot of women are reporting that their desire for sex is diminished as soon as they enter postmenopause. Luckily, there are solutions for each issue behind the lack of orgasm and low libido as long as the woman is open to tackling the issue and working together with the therapist or any other professional who is qualified to help. 

Can You Have Clitoris Orgasm More Often?

For those who are interested to boost their sexual desire and having more intense clitoral orgasms. There are plenty of exercises and practices you can do in the comfort of your home and some even at work. 

Keep in mind that if you’re experiencing difficulties with orgasming for a longer period. It’s recommendable to talk to a therapist who will provide you with methods that will be more efficient for you. 

These are the recommendations for those who are looking to improve their overall orgasm experience. Whether it’s to improve the frequency or quality of your orgasms:

  • Kegel exercises: Empty your bladder and sit or lie down. Contract your pelvis muscles and count to five. Then release them and count to five. Repeat this for 10 minutes and do it at least once a day. 
  • Analyze your orgasms: To have more or better orgasms, you will need to understand what happens in your body when you’re seconds from having it. Focus on your breathing, tension in your body, and your heart rate. The more you’re aware of these signs, you can remind your brain that if you start breathing rapidly. It’s time for a clitoral orgasm.
  • Try different things in bed: Don’t be stuck with the same-sex routine. Switch positions, stimulations, and make each of your sex fantasies come true. You might discover a new orgasm trigger which you can then implement when having sex. 
  • Connect with your partner: Regardless of whether you’re in a romantic relationship with a person you’re having sex or not, try to connect with them before, during and after sex. Be aware of their presence, provide them pleasure, enjoy the game. And your pleasure will follow as well and guide you to an orgasm. 

Practice, practice, practice: If you want to have a better orgasm or enjoy it more often, you will need to work a bit harder. This will depend on a person. However, you can try having sex more often or for a longer time to allow yourself to truly dive into your sexuality and learn more about it.

 

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Female Anal Orgasm

Female Anal Orgasm: Learn All About It Here

Female Anal Orgasm: Learn All About It Here

 

As there is still not much talk around female anal orgasm, many women are curious to learn more about it and understand what to expect when having anal sex for the first time. Activities that involve anal sex are touching, fingering, licking, penetrating, and anything else that builds that sexual pleasure you feel before, during, and after anal sex. 

The great thing about anal sex is that it can be enjoyable for both men and women. Yet, when talking about female anal orgasms, there are some tricks that might help you make this experience more pleasurable for you and your sex partner. 

What Do You Need To Know About Anal Orgasm? 

When you’re having an anal orgasm, it will feel like very intense, profound waves of pleasure are beginning inside of your body and radiate through it. For those who are trying anal sex, it might feel a bit uncomfortable at first because you will need time to adjust to penetration back there. It shouldn’t cause you pain, however, it’s vital that you feel relaxed and comfortable with the sexual activity to avoid pain or discomfort. 

Unlike vaginal sex, women will need to prepare for anal sex to have a better experience for both partners. Feeling relaxed and aroused before anal sex is crucial for both avoiding the pain and enjoying the game a bit more.

How To Prepare For Anal Sex? 

There are many ways a woman can prepare for anal sex, especially if it’s her first time. Try to indulge in something that is erotic for you. If you feel more turned on, it will become easier for you to enjoy the butt play. You can watch porn or think about your fantasies you always come back to to make you feel more turned on. 

If you need to relax your body, you should consider taking a hot bath as it can help you lose your muscles and enhance blood flow to all parts. During your bath, you can give the erogenous zones a bit of rub-a-dub and play with your anus while you are washing it up. 

Another thing that might help you prepare for the anal game is practicing with a butt plug. You can do it alone or with your sex partner, it’s up to you. Using sex toys like this can also give you a pretty good idea of how anal sex will feel like for you. So, make sure you are taking it slow and enjoying playing around with your butt plug. You can have your partner use it to tease your butt before actually inserting it. 

When you feel ready for your anal orgasm, make sure you communicate it with your partner and, more importantly, prepare some lube. When it comes to anal, you will notice how much difference it makes to have anal sex with and without lube. Not to mention that it’s vital for anal sex safety. 

Exploring The Anal Game 

Those who are without anal sex experience tend to be very surprised when they start discovering all the diversity in anal sex. There are many moves you will like to try out once you are a member of the A-game. 

One of the most recommended ways to reach an even better anal orgasm is to have your partner licking your erogenous zones with his tongue just before the penetration. He can use the tip of his tongue to tease your cheeks before sex and then tease you around your anus. This will produce more intense ways than you could imagine.

Another way to enhance the butt hame is with your and/or your partner’s fingers. Put the lube on the finger, insert it into the anus and curl your or your partner’s finger upward at a pace you feel comfortable with. If wanted, you can even try inserting a second finger.

Also, you can rub the pad of the finger in a circular motion near the A-spot or P-spot. Circle slowly around that area and pick up the pace when you feel ready. You can play with the size of the circles, and also with the speed to discover what gets you faster to an anal orgasm. 

Adding More Stimulations

If there is a lot of clitoral or vaginal stimulation, you will notice the sexual pleasure growing inside you, so don’t focus only on the anal game. Avoid limiting yourself, you might discover you enjoy when your partner is licking and kissing your nipples and that helps you reach a better anal orgasm.

Or, you might notice that you enjoy when your partner is stimulating your clitoris by using hands, fingers or sex toys. The entire sexual experience is very individual for each person so what works for you, might not work for your friend. 

That’s why it’s recommended to practice and really dedicate your time to explore more the anal game and to understand what you like and don’t like. 

Why You Need A Lube?

As already mentioned, lube is quite important in anal play. Without the lube, penetrating a finger, toy, or penis might be dangerous. With a rough penetration, the skin can tear up and you also increase the risk of sexually transmitted infections. 

You can use a lube that is based on water or silicone as these two options work well with condoms and any sex toy you want to use. Many might assume that anal sex is much safer than vaginal sex because it cannot lead to pregnancy, however, STIs are possible so it’s important to practice safe anal sex. 

Wrap Up

The anal game can be a lot of fun and you will probably experience some of the most intense orgasms in your life, yet don’t forget to prepare your body and be safe at all times. If it’s your first time, make sure you take it slow and do it with someone you trust as it will help you to relax. 

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Intense Female Orgasm

Intense Female Orgasm: All The Things You Should Know About It

Intense Female Orgasm: All The Things You Should Know About It

 

As it is completely individual, we rarely talk about all things both women and men should know about intense female orgasm. From different types of orgasms a woman can have to what helps a woman feel sexual pleasure before, during and after sex, all of these details are helping us understand the nature of female sexuality and bring a better overall experience to women. 

How a intense female orgasm differs from a male orgasm? Do women truly distinctively think about sex from men? We’ve gathered all relevant information regarding female orgasms to solve the mystery around it once and for all. 

Types of Intense Female Orgasm

Yes, we might say female orgasm, however, there are different types of orgasms a woman can experience during sex with their partner. Clitoral, vaginal, cervical, or the one that results from stimulating erogenous zones are the orgasm types most women have experienced in their lives. Some of them will also experience different orgasms, depending on the sexual activity they have with their sexual partner, while others will mostly experience only one orgasm type. 

Also, there is a percentage of women who are unable to orgasm due to various reasons. All of these reasons can be grouped into two categories – emotional and psychological reasons. It’s recommendable for them to talk to a therapist or any other professional that will help them work out these issues and allow them to start enjoying their orgasms. 

Erogenous Zones

As we’ve mentioned above, you can orgasm from someone touching, licking, and kissing your erogenous zones – neck, nipples, feet, behind the knee, earlobe, etc. For an area to become an erogenous zone will depend on someone stimulating that area arouses you. 

It might surprise you that many women can orgasm from nipple stimulation. If you’re interested in nipple orgasm, put your hands on your breasts, and start caressing and squeezing them, while touching other parts of your body as well. Then, you will slowly start teasing your areola with your fingertips until you start feeling excited, and continue with rubbing and pinching your nipples until your reach the climax. 

If you’re not sure what your erogenous zones are, you can easily explore your body and find out. Lay naked on your bed, grab a feather, and slowly start touching each part of your body until you figure out where you feel something. It might be that you feel a tickle or any other sensation in your body that will later bring you incredible sexual pleasure and some of the most amazing orgasms you’ve ever had. 

G-Spot

Of course, we can not take about erogenous zones without mentioning the most important area of your body – the G-spot. This is an area along the front wall of the vagina. When stimulated, it brings incredible orgasms for some women. The best way to reach the G-spot is with the fingers or a curved vibrator specifically made for the G-spot.

To reach it easily, make sure you’re in a squatting position. Insert the vibrator or fingers up toward the belly button and start moving them until you discover which pace works best for you. If you feel like you have to pee, that’s a completely normal sensation. Just keep going until the full-body release!

All the Feels of an Orgasm

Every orgasm is different, some will be more intense, while others will be completely incomparable to everything you’ve ever felt before. These are some of the things you can expect to happen in your body during an orgasm: 

  • The vagina and uterus will contract rapidly. 
  • You will notice your muscles contracting in other body parts, such as the abdomen or feet. 
  • Your breathing and heart rate will speed up. 
  • Your blood pressure will increase.
  • You might feel a relief of sexual tension or ejaculate during your orgasm. 

Male vs Female Orgasm

You might assume that male and female orgasm differ significantly, yet it’s not the case. Both male and female orgasm will send increased blood flow to the male or female genitals, accelerate breathing and heart rate, while other muscles in your body will contract as well. 

The difference between them can be seen in two aspects – duration and recovery. Female orgasms last longer than male orgasms, ranging from 13 to 50 seconds, whereas male orgasms range from 10 to 30 seconds. Another thing to keep in mind is that female orgasms can lead to repetition if stimulated again, also known as multiple orgasms. Also, male orgasm will involve ejaculation, while female orgasm doesn’t need to involve ejaculation every time. 

How to Orgasm More

For those who either haven’t experienced an orgasm before or wish to improve their experience, there is a way to practice having better and more frequent orgasms. The most important thing is to eliminate the pressure if you feel any. You should feel relaxed and be in the exploratory mode to climax. 

Take time to explore your body and see what feels good and what doesn’t. So, get comfortable and find a place where you will feel safe and relax to play with your body. You can use your imagination or read an erotic story to start things off. Slowly, start massaging the area above the clitoris until you get wet. 

If you need help, use lube and continue with your message. Once you’ve found a spot and rhythm that feel good, start rubbing faster and harder, while also increasing the speed and adding more pressure to make it more intense until you orgasm.  

If you didn’t manage to orgasm, don’t worry. You can always try it again and play a bit more. The important thing is not to think of this as failing. You are simply getting to know your body and understanding what brings you the sexual pleasure you need to orgasm. There are no rights and wrongs, so don’t be hard on yourself if you don’t orgasm right away. 

Instead, try different things or techniques. You can use a sex toy, watch a sexy movie, masturbate in the shower, use more lube, etc. The more things you try out, the better you’ll understand your sex drive. 

Life Coaching and Therapy (LCAT) is a relationship coaching and sex therapy practice that transforms our clients lives through our flexible, multi-technique approach and pleasure-skills training provided by systemically-trained and licensed therapists! 

Our team of compassionate, licensed therapists and certified sex therapists help Millennials and Baby Boomers alike who visit us for a variety of relationship, intimacy and sex problems. 

LCAT provides on-site appointments, as well as video chat and text therapy programs. 

Learn more about how LCAT can help improve your life at What We Do

Real Female Orgasm

Everything You Didn’t Know About A Real Female Orgasm

Everything You Didn’t Know About A Real Female Orgasm

 

Female sexuality has been raising curiosity for centuries now, whether from scientists, media, or the general public, and topics such as a real female orgasm were often vaguely covered without too many details. Understanding female orgasm is often confusing for women, not only for men. This complex mystery is slowly getting solved as the world is focused on finding out the answers to questions we wanted to know for a long period, such as ‘Where is a G spot?’, ‘Does a woman need to orgasm to experience sexual pleasure?’, and so on. 

So, we’ve decided to gather all these questions into one article and give you everything you need to know about female orgasms. 

Why do women have orgasms? 

When talking about male orgasms, the benefits are quite clear. Men ejaculate in order to deposit sperm into the vagina, which might or might not lead to pregnancy. Simply put, the male orgasm serves evolutionary purposes. 

However, this is not that clear with female orgasm. Many scientists have been researching various potential benefits, yet only a few have been tested and none of the theories around it has conclusive scientific support. Putting all these assumptions aside, the pleasure a woman gets from orgasming is incredibly vital for her sexual life. It motivates females to have sex, enhances the relationship they have with their sexual partner, and it doesn’t have to involve evolutionary benefits. 

How does a female orgasm feel? 

During arousal, the flow of blood to the genitals will increase, which will cause the genitals to become more sensitive. With arousal, a woman will also experience an increase in heart rate, blood pressure, and breathing rate. As the orgasm is approaching, the woman’s muscles will twitch or spasm. When talking about female orgasm stages, although theories still differ, these four specific stages have been accepted as the most valid ones:

  1. Excitement: The moments when arousal builds,
  2. Plateau: The moments when arousal start increasing,
  3. Orgasm: It causes intense feelings of sexual pleasure,
  4. Resolution: The moments when arousal diminishes.

What are the benefits of a female orgasm? 

Before going into the benefits of female orgasm, you will need to keep in mind that none of the health benefits have enough scientific evidence to support them. When talking about health, scientists still haven’t discovered benefits that improve health in any way when having regular female orgasms.

However, there is a great benefit in experiencing the pleasure that comes with an orgasm. Having sex you enjoy might enhance your mood, relieve stress, boost your immunity, and foster better relationships. Another thing that’s important to mention is that a woman doesn’t need to have an orgasm in order to get pregnant. 

Is the lack of female orgasm connected with psychological issues?

Trauma, issues in your relationship, and poor mental health might make it difficult for you to orgasm, however, it’s not a rule. Many women who have healthy sexual attitudes and quality relationships will still have difficulties when orgasming. 

Orgasms are both physical and psychological responses, and there are many health issues that might make it complicated to enjoy your orgasms. Another thing that might occur is vulvodynia, unexplained pain in the vagina that women feel during sexual pleasure. All in all, if someone is unable to orgasm, the reasons for it should be looked at individually.  

Can women have vaginal orgasms?

Vaginal orgasms are less common than orgasms from clitoral stimulation, yet some women have reported experiencing them with or without other stimulation. Keep in mind that female orgasms might result from numerous forms of stimulation, including vaginal, clitoral, and nipple. How one person orgasms will depend greatly on them, some might only experience orgasm from the vaginal stimulation, while others only from clitoral. 

Do women need to be in love to orgasm? 

As a complex psychological and biological experience, orgasming will not be the same experience for every woman. There are women who need to feel loved in order to orgasm, while they are others who may not. Having a loving relationship with your sexual partner may or may not influence your ability to orgasm during sex. 

Having an orgasm is more about the right type of stimulation for this person, yet it also includes a lot of different factors outside their sexual life, like stress, physical ability, and a wide range of other factors. 

Can men always spot a female orgasm? 

It will be very difficult for a man to know if a woman has had an orgasm without asking her. Some women will make noises while having an orgasm, and others may not. Some women will flush or sweat after orgasm, yet others do not. So, the best way for men to know whether their female sexual partner has had an orgasm is to directly ask her. As a man, you should know that not having an orgasm doesn’t mean that a woman isn’t enjoying the sex. Female orgasms are just very different from male orgasms.

Can masturbation help with having more female orgasms?

Yes and no. Discovering your own body and understanding which spots of your body make your feel good will help you see what you need in order to orgasm. Remember, not every woman requires the same type of stimulation in order to orgasm. Maybe you’ll discover when you touch your nipples, you feel incredible sexual pleasure and orgasm faster. If you communicate this to your sexual partner, they will know what you need to orgasm. 

Keep in mind that if you have always struggled with orgasm when having sex with your partners, it might be too optimistic to expect to have frequent orgasms now that you masturbate. Instead of putting too much pressure on yourself, you should think of your sexuality as something you enjoy exploring and if something doesn’t work quite well, investigate deeper and find what’s your preferred way of doing it.

Wrap Up

Every woman is different, so every female orgasm will be different. That’s why it’s vital that women are talking amongst them about sex topics, including orgasm. The less stigma there is about orgasms, it will become easier for women to surrender to pure sexual pleasure that leads to fantastic orgasms.

Life Coaching and Therapy (LCAT) is a relationship coaching and sex therapy practice that transforms our clients lives through our flexible, multi-technique approach and pleasure-skills training provided by systemically-trained and licensed therapists! 

Our team of compassionate, licensed therapists and certified sex therapists help Millennials and Baby Boomers alike who visit us for a variety of relationship, intimacy and sex problems. 

LCAT provides on-site appointments, as well as video chat and text therapy programs. 

Learn more about how LCAT can help improve your life at What We Do

Best Sex Toys For Women

Best Sex Toys For Women

 

If you’re looking for the best sex toys for women, keep on reading as we did our research on what’s hot right now. Just like any other woman out there, you are probably looking to upgrade your orgasm game, and there’s no shame in that! The market of female sex toys will leave you speechless and you will easily find something that will bring you pleasure on a daily basis.

Take a look at 7 products that women around the world recommend you to start using when you’re alone in bed and need some action. Of course, all of them can be used as a sex prop with your partner as well.

 

#1 Womanizer Liberty

There are several reasons why Womanizer Liberty deserves to be at the top list of best sex toys for women. The first one is that it was designed in a way you can take it on your trips and always have it by your side. In other words, it doesn’t limit your orgasm only to your bedroom. Wherever you will go, this pleasure toy can travel now with you.

Second, its Pleasure Air Technology pulsates waves of contactless suction which creates an amazing sensation, reported by all the women who have already had their fun with Womanizer Liberty. Third, it’s also perfect for women who have sensitive clitoris as it surrounds it, rather than directly touching it. Last but not least, it comes with different patterns and changing modes so you can adjust the suction level. How awesome is that?

Price: $99.00

 

#2 Dame Pillo

You probably wouldn’t think first of a pillow when talking about female sex toys, right? Well, you will be really surprised to find out that Dame Pillo is exactly what you need if you need to upgrade your missionary or doggy-style position. It’s soft yet firm support for almost any angle and most importantly, it will blend perfectly with other pillows on your bed. 

Once you try it for the first time, you will be impressed that something that doesn’t vibrate can cause so much pleasure and incredible orgasms. Best of all, you don’t have to be afraid of damaging it, it’s machine washable and water resistant!

Price: $95.00

 

#3 MysteryVibe Crescendo

If you have ever owned a vibrator, you know how frustrating it was to only have an ON/OFF button when playing with it. Nowadays, vibrators are more customizable to match the level of your fantasies. If you’re looking for a vibrator that will do exactly that, you should try MysteryVibe Crescendo. A sex toy that even won the award for being the most flexible vibrator in the world. 

With its six power motors, it will stimulate your erogenous zones while bending into an endless number of positions. If the fact that it’s designed to mimic our fingers isn’t enough for you, you can go even one step further and start using their Smart App to allow your partner to have control of your pleasure. 

Price: $129.00

 

#4 We Vibe Nova Rabbit Vibrator

As said above, women and vibrators go way back, so you can easily find various categories of this sex toy. One of the categories is rabbit vibrators, and the product that’s getting a lot of praise from its customers is The Nova from We Vibe. You can use this rabbit vibrator with a remote-controlled app and it will follow your moves to produce even more pleasure. 

It’s also perfectly curved to reach the G-spot and you can play with it as long as you want as The Nova lasts really long between charges. It is waterproof and made of body-safe medical-grade silicone making it easy to clean and enjoy without worries. For those looking for a bit of dynamic in their solo game, you’d be pleased to hear that The Nova comes with 10 vibration modes. 

Price: $99.00

 

#5 Lelo F1s Red

If you’ve been searching for a toy that will leave you speechless, then it’s Lelo F1s Red. This ultimate pleasure toy is a high-tech device that links to an app to create maximum pleasure. Simply put, it’s a penis sleeve with double strength, four unique program variations and ten highly sensitive sensors.

What differentiates this toy from all the others on our list is that it’s interactive. By providing feedback about its performance through the app. You are building a set of programs that will guarantee you quite spectacular orgasms – just how you like it!

Price: $219.00

 

#6 Finger Pro by Bellesa

We all know that a good manual stimulation is the easiest way to a good orgasm, yet not many toys are focused on producing that same sensation you get from the fingering game. Finger Pro, a silicone sleeve, fits onto your finger and goes above and beyond when it comes to clit sensations. 

In the center, it’s designed as a tongue to ensure that those who are looking for super sensitive experiences can make the most of it. Just keep in mind that with this toy, you will get to orgasm really fast, so if you’re more of a take-it-slow person, just enjoy the textured tip and the effect it has on your clitoris. 

Price: $39.00

 

#7 Ohnut set of silicone rings

Who said that every girl dreams of a diamond ring? With an Ohnut set of silicone rings, you will dive into the depth of your sexual fantasies and will never want to come back. These silicone rings are quite innovative by being comfortable for both the wearer and the receiver. It’s a great solution for not only those who wish to enjoy their orgasms more profoundly. But it’s also created for those who usually find penetration quite painful. 

By being a buffer between two partners, it provides a pleasurable sexual experience that can lead to all types of sensations, except the painful ones. The rings are made of FDA body-safe material and they are condom compatible. After all, even when playing, you should be thinking of protecting yourself.

Price: $65.00

 

Let the games begin…

These are some of the best sex toys for women currently on the market. However, if you haven’t quite found what you were looking for, keep on digging! Your pleasure is something you should never ignore. Every now and then, we need a break from all the responsibilities and daily stress we experience.

Find the right toy that will give you the orgasm of your life every time you use it. Just think about what stimulations you usually like in bed, and buy yourself an appropriate toy to play with. Let the games begin!

Life Coaching and Therapy (LCAT) is a relationship coaching and sex therapy practice that transforms our clients lives through our flexible, multi-technique approach and pleasure-skills training provided by systemically-trained and licensed therapists! 

Our team of compassionate, licensed therapists and certified sex therapists help Millennials and Baby Boomers alike who visit us for a variety of relationship, intimacy and sex problems. 

LCAT provides on-site appointments, as well as video chat and text therapy programs. 

Learn more about how LCAT can help improve your life at What We Do

Real Female Orgasm

For many women, a real female orgasm is a challenge to achieve depending on their partners likes and dislikes.

Some who experience a real female orgasm can only achieve it once, and then they think there is no possible way to have multiple orgasms.

Over-sensitivity is the main reason women feel they cannot orgasm again because what felt good before starts to not feel the same after.

We have found these techniques help during the recovery period to achieve multiple real female orgasms:

  • Doing a REWIND!
    • we find when you go back to the initial touch during the warm up stage usually away from the clit.
    • Rubbing between the lips, bringing wetness up and around the external clitorical glands helps.
  • Focus away from the external clit when there is too much stimulation.
  • The Palm Hug or Cup – many women prefer the pressure on the whole mons pubis area after orgasm.

Partnered Female Orgasm

Most women have admitted they just cannot reach multiple orgasms, and while their partners might pressure them into trying it might lead to more disappointment and hurt feelings.

We have found by keeping an open form of communication with your partner and sharing your discoveries can help in the bedroom. Having fun conversations with your friends about what positions or new discoveries is a great way to expand your horizon. Although it might work for your best friend, it might not be what makes you tick. There will be techniques and combinations that wont work but by having lots of patience and enjoy the discovery period with your partner.

Edging is another great way to increase the real female orgasm!

Here are a couple variations of edging to try out for those who are curious:

  • Pausing, going to zero, and rebuilding. With the pause method, you stop all touch before the orgasm, and when the impending orgasm is completely gone, start over from the beginning.
  • Distracting the Orgasm – sudden or intense sensations away from the clit before climax. By shifting your focus away from the clit, it prevents the orgasm from happening. Yet you get to rebuild again and come back to it.
  • Continuous pleasure – with continuous pleasure edging, you get as close to the orgasm as you can before you shift away from the clit.

Bringing it to the bedroom:

  • If you come easily/quickly the pausing or distraction would be best for you to try.
  • If you tend to lose orgasms completely, give continuous edging variation a try.
  • Edging can be difficult because it is so tempting to give in and let the orgasm come crashing over you. Patience is not easy, and just know you are not alone.
  • The point of no return – if you get too close, there is no stopping.
  • Try edging as soon as you get to the climaxing point and notice what happens in your body before the genitals follow, passing the point of no return.

We have also discovered clitoral stimulation or arousal is different from person to person, and even one week to another.

When talking about pleasure, intensity is a word that is definitely correlated with the clitoris.

One woman might compare the intense pressure to jamming something into your body, whereas the next woman compares that same sensation to being tickled.

Building Up Female Orgasm

Layering is a technique which lessens the intensity of connection between partners, yet helps grow multiple real female orgasms slowly.

If you are patient, this technique is for you.

Some techniques of layer are:

  • Wearing layers

    • Leggings over panties
    • Underwear from cotton to silk
    • Being under a sheet
  • Vulva Layers

    • Focusing on the clitoral hood or lips to delay gratification..
    • Stroke around and then, about every third or fourth time, switch from the hood and swipe a lubed finger over the clitoral glans.

Layering is preferred by many as it gets them a build up to help achieve multiple orgasms.

Some women have felt challenged when it comes to layering, so keep in mind the following tips:

  • Don’t get discouraged. Sometimes the mind gets in the way.
  • Pain – a slight shift in one direction could change the sensation from “AMAZING” to “OUCH!” In this case, add more lubricant, check in quickly, and try again.

Experts

Accenting or targeting is another approach to achieve a better orgasm. It’s like a torturous massage, especially if you have a kinky fantasy directed at a certain spot on your body.

Accenting is best after the warmed up stage, when your body is already in a state of arousal or release.

Here are some tip we have found helpful when targeting:

  • It hurts many women after a certain amount of time. Especially if it’s an upward movement on the clit, where there is no hood to protect from below, alter for gentle strokes and minimal pressure.
  • Don’t get frustrated if it feels great one time and does not the next. Think of the spot like a magician, it can appear and disappear or even move around depending on what is happening inside the receiver’s body.
  • The clit is full of nerves that spread far out under the skin. Feel free to treat it like a scavenger hunt and explore what areas feel the best and worst for you or your partner.

If you need specific techniques for you and your partner(s), we are here to help via text therapy sessions. Discreet and personalized for your needs to achieve pleasure.

If you have any questions, or for clients hoping to take their intimate lives to the next level through personalized sessions on YOUR terms, learn more about our Text Therapy Program.

Life Coaching and Therapy (LCAT) is a relationship coaching and sex therapy practice that transforms our clients lives through our flexible, multi-technique approach and pleasure-skills training provided by systemically-trained and licensed therapists!

Our team of compassionate, licensed therapists and certified sex therapists help Millennials and Baby Boomers alike who visit us for a variety of relationship, intimacy and sex problems.

LCAT provides on-site appointments, as well as video chat and text therapy programs.

Learn more about how LCAT can help improve your life at What We Do.