GPrime Posted June 24, 2008 Share Posted June 24, 2008 So many women realize they can't achieve orgasm from regular vaginal intercourse and wonder what's wrong with them, if maybe they are 'broken', or other such nonsense. The fact is, the MAJORITY of women cannot orgasm through vaginal stimulation alone. I can't remember the statistic off the top of my head, but I believe it was something like 75 or 80%. Now, that is not to say you can't orgasm during intercourse, you are just going to need clitoral stimulation as well. If you feel comfortable doing this yourself, then almost any position will work for you, however, some women would rather not do this, as they feel it takes something away from the mutual aspect of sex. For them, they need a position in which the man can stimulate them for a prolonged period of time. If the woman is fairly light and/or acrobatic, a great position is with the man lying on his back, and the woman lying on top, facing up. This position gives easy access for the man to manually stimulate the woman's clit, and the position can even help the man last longer. If its uncomfortable for the woman to lay on the man like that (ALL her weight is basically on his chest & stomach), use pillows and angle slightly off at the chest area. Another position I'd like to mention has nothing to do with clitoral stimulation, but I think women really enjoy it nonetheless. The man sits on a bed, cross legged, and the woman sits on him, facing him, with her legs crossed behind him. Penetration is very deep, but movement is limited to small gyrations. This position is all about passion and closeness, as the bodies are very intertwined, perfect for kissing and caressing. The limited movement helps guys last a long time, while the kissing keeps most guys highly aroused. If you find your legs aren't comfortable, maybe due to limited flexibility, using an armless chair works for this too. Anyone have any other suggestions? And no, the "helicoptor" is not a good position.. TRUST ME! (damn you kama sutra.. you nearly broke my penis!) EDIT: LA Times article: link removed Preliminary work has revealed that only about 7% of women always have orgasms with sex alone, he says, while 27% say they never do. Link to comment
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