But how often do we hear the nitty-gritty of how we can actually better understand our deepest desires and most embarrassing questions? Bustle has enlisted Vanessa Marin, a sex therapist based in San Francisco, to help us out with the details. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions remain anonymous.
1. Strengthen your pelvic floor.
An orgasm is the involuntary, rhythmic contraction of genital muscles followed by the warm, tingling sensation of pleasure radiating through the body. To be sure, sex can be totally amazing without an amazing orgasm or without any orgasm at all. But if you desire more from your orgasms, here are a few ways to lengthen, intensify, and multiply a climax for a more extreme, explosive orgasm:.
Who says you can't make a great thing even better?
Once considered fringe, many people are now eager to have the novel, intense, next-level orgasmic release that squirting offers. Scientists out there, get on this! The G-spot is hotly debated in its own right, but researchers agree that stroking the anterior wall of the vagina the front side will create a unique sensation that can lead to an orgasm. The biggest squirting mystery is the identity of the thin, milky fluid that gets released.
A new Channel 4 documentary explores a new sexual phenomenon. How exactly does the female orgasm work? So how does this new sexual frontier work? The scientists on documentary discovered this after monitoring five women's brains while they watched porn, analysing the impact it has on their bodies. They found that some women were able to orgasm multiple times, while others in the group experienced just one. Much of the science is down to your biology and the way your brain reacts to sexual activity. According to the brain scans, those who experience single orgasms will generally have low levels of alpha waves, which rise as they climax.