Female orgasm spasm
Vaginal contractions are contractions of the pelvic muscles surrounding the vagina , especially the pubococcygeus muscle. Vaginal contractions are generally an involuntary muscular response to sexual stimulation , including sexual arousal , and are commonly most intense during sexual stimulation and culminating in orgasm. Though usually an involuntary response, some women can control the muscles of the vagina to perform vaginal contractions at will. Vaginal contractions enhance the sexual experience and pleasure for both parties during sexual intercourse.
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Vaginal contraction - Wikipedia
So, just as we asked women to describe the wonders of the female orgasm , we asked a bunch of men to explain what an orgasm feels like when you have a penis. Here are their answers — names have been changed because shockingly not everyone wants their identity associated with lengthy prose about ejaculation. Fair play. The build up is short, like going from 0kmh to kmh in 2 seconds. This is a much deeper feeling and I feel spent and exhausted in a good way afterwards. Probably comparable to an intensive workout that leaves you shaking. A towering high to chase.
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Men describe what an orgasm actually feels like
Back to Sexual health. Many women have problems with sex at some stage in their life. To identify the reasons behind sexual dysfunction, both physical and psychological factors have to be considered, including a woman's relationship with her partner.
But it turns out there are plenty of interesting things to know about sex's crowning glory. For example, were you aware that some people can think themselves into having an orgasm — or that men have G-spots, too? Premature ejaculation affects about 20 to 30 percent of men, according to a review published in March in Urological Science. A survey of Portuguese women reported in Sexologies found that about 40 percent of participants occasionally orgasm before they intend to — and about 3 percent of them do so chronically. Then you can share this information with your partner.
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