A few things you should know about sex at its peak (Part 2) Techniques for vaginal orgasm

A few things you should know about sex at its peak (Part 2) Techniques for vaginal orgasm

The effect of psychological disorders on vaginal orgasm

question:

  • Are you and your significant other close enough to have a vaginal orgasm during sex?
  • Do you feel like you are about to reach the peak of your sexual pleasure?

If you answered "yes!" and regularly enjoy vaginal orgasms during intercourse, you can skip this section. But if you're currently struggling and can't orgasm during sex, or if you're not feeling well at all, read on! Check out more sex blogs on the ooty site too!

Almost every woman who suffers from vaginal orgasm has the same problem. They have some sort of psychological barrier that limits them from being sufficiently relaxed during sex. These barriers include:

  • pressure
  • Attempt to "force" orgasm
  • Always feeling stressed about not being able to orgasm, it's a vicious cycle
  • Anxiety about performance
  • bad past experiences

These are obvious points, aren't they? Of course, if you're facing an expiring work deadline, it's hard to arouse your libido. Obviously, subjecting yourself to the pressure of orgasm also makes this goal difficult to achieve. Negative past experiences, such as being treated by a violent boyfriend who is selfishly focused only on their own sexual pleasure, may also make it difficult for women to focus on their own sexual pleasure in new relationships.

It will make it easier for you to have a vaginal orgasm if there is no stress, worry and worry about performance getting in your way. As long as you're in a good position and overcome underlying psychological barriers, you can begin to learn practical techniques to propel you to orgasm.

journey begins

When it is difficult for you and your partner to achieve sexual pleasure, you can try to achieve vaginal orgasm yourself first, because it will be easier. You can start by using a penis-shaped toy, pretending it's your significant other, or using a vibrator or even your own fingers (if they're long enough).

As long as you put yourself in, then you will be able to find the most pleasant "spot" in your own vagina. As mentioned above, most people experience orgasm at either the G-spot or the A-spot.  As long as you practice more carefully, you will be able to find your own stimulation points, and then experiment with the following techniques before making love with your significant other.

 

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