The orgasm is widely regarded as a key motivating factor in sexual activities. It’s also an obvious indicator of a woman’s sexual pleasure and healthy sexuality. However, even for ladies themselves, it can be tough to figure out the determinants of orgasm. Besides, the woman’s vagina is a mysterious place, full of nerve endings and pleasure points which make more myths and folk beliefs. Luckily, the secrets of a woman’s orgasm are gradually being demystified by numerous scientific research. BondageLove will help you to understand the determinants and achieve richer, more satisfying sex lives.
Psychological Factors Affect
A study reveals, there are psychological factors that tend to negatively impact a woman’s sexual desire, arousal, and orgasmic capacity. It is related to cultural background, family education, self-awareness and so on. For example, when women have negative thoughts about their bodies, it’s more difficult for them to take pleasure in being touched and enjoy sex. Other negative psychological factors on the list including perceiving sex as immoral, fear of arousing repressed sadness and so on. Don’t sabotage yourself with negative thoughts, having erotic thoughts during sex instead, and your orgasm odds will be largely increased.
Techniques Can Help
The clitoral orgasm is the most common and simple. The fingers, palm, or tongue all could be applied to touching the bliss button, in a back and forth or circular motion. With blood flow to the area, the clitoris will soon be engorged and can’t wait to release. Besides, there are vaginal orgasm, anal orgasm, nipple orgasm and so on. To figure out what allows you to reach a sexual climax, read our blog-A Guide To Orgasm For Women, and have a try. It will make everything more exciting.
According to Herbenick’s research, there are 10 behaviors that 1,046 women across the U.S. found very appealing and help themto achieve orgasm. Take a note, maybe one of them applies to you.
Communication With Partner
Research indicates that couples who talk about sexual preference and desire are more likely to orgasm and won’t experience low sex drives. Knowing yourself is merely the first step and sharing with your partner is the core. If face-to-face communication makes you uncomfortable, try writing it down or texting it. Open communication definitely helps and can not only please you but assure your partner is having their best experience, too.