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The Sex Positions That Help A Woman Reach Orgasm During Intercourse
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By: Rod Phillips Email Article
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Popular culture - especially porn - can make us all feel inferior and inadequate when it comes to enjoying sex. Men think they should be like studs who thrust away for ages until their lover collapses in a moaning exhausted heap, but only after five mind-blowing orgasms in a row. Women "should" be moaning sex goddesses who reach orgasm as their rock hard man thrusts deep inside while he controls their every move and takes them to ecstasy. At least, that's what you might believe if you get your concept of sex from most romantic films.

(And if you do get your ideas about sex from porn films, remember that men with nine inch erections dispassionately using women for their own satisfaction is definitely not normal.)

The reality, of course, as many of us know from our own lovemaking, is that the majority of men come too soon, and many don't know how to prevent premature ejaculation - or they've long since given up trying - while the huge majority of women never come at all during sexual intercourse. You may not believe that;; maybe you even think there's something the matter with you if you're a man who can't make love for ages or you're a woman who can't reach orgasm during intercourse, but research confirms these things are the way sex is for most people.

One survey, by VulvaVelvet, showed that less than one woman in five expects to reach orgasm during sexual intercourse without any additonal stimulation. Other surveys have produced similar results: over 20 years ago, Shere Hite's research showed that only one woman in four of women were able to reach orgasm during intercourse without more stimulation of their clitoris. Most of the rest only came with extra stimulation to the clitoris. Things are no different today.

But perhaps this is missing the point. Maybe we should be asking, "Does this matter?" I suppose the answer is that it matters if a woman wants to enjoy orgasm during intercourse!. If what a woman wishes is for sex to involve more more caressing, oral sex and intimacy before vaginal penetration, and to have an orgasm before penetration, then the answer lies in her man taking a different approach to lovemaking. If, however, what she wants is to have an orgasm during intercourse, then she needs the techniques and sex positions that are more likely to make her come - and a man who can last long enough to make sure she reaches orgasm.

Hmm...now that begins to sound a bit more challenging.

So, here are some sex positions that may help. I'm going to assume that most women need a finger or hand on their clitoris, or some other kind of clitoral stimulation, to reach orgasm, during sex or in any other situation. While some women can attain orgasm from vaginal thrusting alone, the majority do not, and stimulation of the G-spot depends on the man not coming too soon and being unable to thrust against his partner's G spot for long enough..

So here we will offer suggestions as to which sexual positions will make it more likely that a woman reaches orgasm during intercourse, one way or another.

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Rod writes for sex information websites, including How To Be Orgasmic!

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