Getting there, though, can be the difficult part, even if your partner is eager, willing and doing his or her best to send you into the stratosphere. If you find that your O is far, far away which is common! You need to be involved, mentally and physically.
Female Orgasm Elusive, Say Scientists
When something works, keep it consistent
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The modern woman is not only expected to be a good mother and a professional success, but some believe she needs to behave like a porn star in the bedroom. So if a simple device could reveal whether a woman is capable of a vaginal orgasm , would it take the pressure off heterosexual women to perform? New research suggests that a simple measurement -- a "rule of thumb" -- might be the key to the pleasures of sexual intercourse. About 75 percent of all women never reach orgasm from intercourse alone -- that is without the extra help of sex toys, hands or tongue. And 10 to 15 percent never climax under any circumstances. The Internet is rife with non-orgasmic women who say they are missing out, and statistics suggest that they are a significant group. I feel like less of a woman because I can't have an orgasm and I want to so bad. I feel incomplete sometimes after sex. But it might not be all in their heads, according to Kim Wallen , professor of behavioral neuroendocrinology at Emory University.
Orgasms don't always come easy, but thanks to the wildly subjective nature of human pleasure, there are so, so many ways to reach that peak. Although the orgasm rate for penis-havers is higher boo , the erectile tissue for people with vaginas is spread out over a larger area, meaning more erogenous zones to enjoy and more ways to reach climax. So there is no reason that with a lil' effort, lots of communication with partners, and a clear understanding of your body, that orgasm gap can't be closed. Now, to clear things up, "different orgasms" doesn't really mean different types so much as different ways to evoke the sensation. Sheila Loanzon, MD , a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist and a fellow of the American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology, agrees that there aren't always clear categories to orgasms.