As a straight woman, I've always been confused about how so many straight men and straight women have managed to fall in love and have lasting relationships throughout history. I mean, for the most part, the two groups could literally not be any more different from each other if they tried! The fact that two groups of people so incredibly different manage to find everlasting love could only logically be explained by the theory that the sex must be mind-blowingly wonderful. But a new study that looked into what makes women orgasm more found that — shocker — that's not necessarily true. According to AskMen, the researchers in this study gave 2, women between the ages of 18 and 65 surveys asking them about the intimate details of their sex lives. So, what did they find from their research on all of these women from across the globe?
What Makes Women Orgasm? Having Sex With Other Women Does The Trick, Science Says
Three Older Women Share Their Histories with Sex and Pleasure
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“We Slept With Hundreds of People”: 3 Older Women on Sex and Pleasure
When I was 11 years old, my mother silently snuck into my bedroom. Under the cover of midnight, she sat cross-legged at the end of my bed and proceeded to give me The Talk, although it was more of a whisper. Instead of focusing on the anatomy of sex — the biological prophecies by which, some say, our bodies were made to meld into one — my mother chose to emphasize pleasure. She spoke about the importance of passion: pursuing it, asking for it and finding it within yourself. Society has a tendency to perpetuate this idea that the older a woman grows, the more she yearns for the beauty of her youth.
Having sex for the first time can be a little nerve-racking, no matter who you are or who you want to have sex with. For example, they could identify as bisexual , pansexual, queer, or even heterosexual. It also includes other people who have vaginas, people with penises, and people with intersex genitalia. Heterosexual couples, for example, may have oral, manual, or penetrative sex. It all depends on the couple and what they like to do.