All of my friends describe an orgasm as a time when you scream with delight and just feel altogether good and excited. I think that I have had an orgasm, but if it is like that I am unsure. Please describe what an orgasm is supposed to feel like.
There are many myths about female sexuality. These myths are difficult to debunk as they have a long history and thousands of urban legends to back them up. Here is the list of 5 1/2 myths you still might believe as true.
Is it 'normal' for a woman to have a clitoral orgasm only when her when her legs are together, lying on her back. Also here is what women need to achieve orgasm, as well what percentage of women ejaculate.
Too many women believe there is something sexually wrong with her because she isn't able to have an orgasm during intercourse. Or she can't have a G-spot orgasm. How did all of this "I'm not having the 'right' orgasm" craziness get started?
I'm wondering about the intensity of my orgasms. They have been very intense for 15 years but recently I'm doing full sit ups and violently slamming my upper body back onto the bed repeatedly. Is this normal?
Just two minutes a day can make for bigger and better orgasms--for women and men. In this video Dr. Trina teaches you how to do Kegel exercises. She also answers a viewer question, "I feel so self conscious during intercourse because I feel like I'm 'loose'. What can I do?"