In my field, the most common questions I'm asked seem to revolve around female orgasms. Men want to know how to help their partners have orgasms. Women want to know why they aren't able to have orgasm...
Before you can begin learning anything new about any subject, you must usually un-learn some of what you've been taught in the past. When that subject is female orgasms, that fact is even more true. F...
#4 Training ReasonsOne of the most interesting phenomenons I've witnessed in dealing with human sexuality is the ability of people to train themselves into having an orgasm. Any one who has ever mas...
The G-spot has always been controversial - some women say it's essential for orgasms while others say it's non-existent. In this article it will teach you all about that. Foreplay & Sexual ResponseWha...
The G-Spot is an area on the front wall of your vagina that when stimulated, can cause women to orgasm and sometimes ejaculate. For some women, stimulating the G-Spot creates a more intense orgasm tha...
The g spot was named for the German physician Ernst Grafenberg who first described "an erotic zone located on the anterior wall of the vagina along the course of the urethra that would swell during se...
We have both ends of the spectrum here - couples who devote the entire weekend trying to find the elusive G Spot; then we have females who are all upset because they think they pee'd the bed during se...
The G Spot for many women, it's a highly sensitive, highly erotic area that provides hours of pleasure. For others it's a knobbly bit that, when touched too much, creates an overwhelming sensation of ...
Women can orgasm several different ways, via clitoral, vaginal, and of course the G-Spot, the latter can give her a massively satisfying orgasm if stimulated correctly.Here we will look at how to find...
The G-spot has been the subject of lore and controversy since it was first identified in 1950 by the German gynecologist Ernst Gräfenberg. Some sexologists believe the small area behind the pubic bon...