Women Should Know About Orgasm


One of the questions most frequently asked by women who come to consult me in my office concerns their ability or their inability to obtain an orgasm.

In most cases, women who have difficulty reaching orgasm believe it is only their fault and there is something fundamentally wrong with them if they can not An orgasm when they have intercourse with their partner. This is particularly the case for heterosexuals.

Orgasm seems to be the main subject of the majority of discussions about intercourse and emerges as the main objective of all intercourse relations. We probably owe that to movies, television shows and other representations of intercourse made and produced by popular culture. This is particularly true for heterosexual partners.

Linguistically and culturally, we tend to evaluate orgasm on a scale not only to assess whether the intercourse relationship was satisfactory, but also to determine whether it was equivalent to the given effort. Men seem to have less harm than women to achieve orgasm. In fact, orgasm is becoming a symbol of equality between the genders in bed.

On the other hand, orgasm is culturally and personally heavier for women, because it can symbolize perfect union, bliss, a personal or political triumph that can prove that your partner has value and is Worthy to be loved, which makes them feel more connected to their partner. All this is much more rewarding for the woman than a crazy race to orgasm.

Women have the right to intercourse freedom, pleasure and orgasm. The vision and advice I give to women bears no resemblance to what is described in scientific literature. Orgasm should not be thought of as the sole and only goal of having a intimate relationship, nor as being the result of what can be called good intercourse.

Orgasm has traditionally been defined as a very linear, rapid, singular, brief and explosive expression. When women integrate an intercourse model that is not appropriate for them, they are often left out when they have to measure up to a scale of satisfaction, because it is not adapted to their reality.

Having an orgasm can be wonderful. However, this is not the reason why women have intercourse. It is therefore not the main object of their erotic encounters. These women may still have buried in them implicit pressures regarding their ability or inability to have an orgasm with their partner and use them as signs that intercourse was or was not good, Was not the main reason they met with their partner.


On the other hand, the reasons why women have intercourse can change over the course of a month, a year, and a lifetime. This will influence their satisfaction scale. When we are able to understand why we have intercourse, we can better assess our level of satisfaction based on our needs and requirements.

All of us, and not just women, are influenced by biological criteria as well as by emotional and psychological factors. The problem with these patterns of functioning and dysfunction is that it greatly reduces the majesty of intercourse by combining it with functions and measures rather than a rich human experience.

For some women, reaching orgasm means nothing if their intercourse experience leaves them marble. For others, it is the years of practice and dedication to find the ways their bodies love being touched that will satisfy them. What distinguishes a more or less satisfying intimate relationship from a breathtaking leg part results from the ability to truly experience the experience with our body, mind and heart.

By living the passion of the moment, we allow our bodies and our minds to feel pleasure and avoid being distracted by what the articles of magazines tell us to be and to do. When we feel free to focus on our own intercourse experience and trust the validity of this experience, we can reframe the cultural interpretation of orgasm as a satisfaction and not a strictly scientific result.

If the ultimate goal of your intercourse is to achieve orgasm, masturbation is a much more effective way to achieve it. On the other hand, if the reasons for having intercourse are much more nuanced and contextual, you may be able to enjoy some places that science has not yet considered fulfilling.





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