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Female sexuality

Understanding women’s sexual & emotional needs

The G-spot explains the orgasms women think they have

Inexperienced women explore various parts of their body before discovering orgasm but most women (84%) masturbate by stimulating the clitoris. Yet some women today will still buy G-spot wands and phallic vibrators. [i] There are some sex experts who refer to clitoral stimulation as if it can be directly substituted for vaginal stimulation. They imply…

Only some women think they orgasm through intercourse

When we talk about ‘consensual sex’ who exactly is consenting and what are they consenting to? Women may consent to intercourse [i] but consent is a long way off sexual pleasure and no proof that a woman has an orgasm. Heterosexual lovemaking, for the most part, relies on a man stimulating a woman. Genital stimulation…

Understanding what works: the clitoris versus the vagina

Regardless of gender, sexual activity that is aimed at achieving orgasm involves continuous rhythmic movements [i] of the whole body focused primarily on the pelvis. The hips are thrust forward or gyrated in a rolling motion and the buttocks clamped together. The toes or feet may be pointed. Some experts advise women to tense their…

Bisexuality indicates an ambivalence over lovers

Although men have varying levels of sex drive (which affect the frequency with which they want sex) once a man engages in specific genital stimulation he most usually does achieve orgasm. [i] For men, physical stimulation leads to orgasm because they are easily aroused especially with a lover. A man’s sexual emotions involve his drive…

Female sexuality involves attracting male sexual attention

Any discussion of female sexuality is usually aimed at providing turn-ons for men rather than being a realistic description of how women truly orgasm. Those who are paid to promote sex succeed in confusing us all (even women) over what is truly possible. Women who talk about orgasm are either promoting their therapy business, their…

Men’s sexual knowledge is acquired from pornography

Today we have no official account of human sexuality. So men’s ‘sexual knowledge’ of how women enjoy sexual pleasure (how women are assumed to achieve orgasm) comes from pornography or other fictional sources intended to cause arousal. For example ‘squirting’ is completely fictional. Women do not truly ejaculate. Similarly although people refer to ‘breast orgasms’…

Female sexuality today is defined by male fantasies

Men’s state of arousal means they approach sex with a clear agenda. [i] Women are not easily aroused which is why they talk about emotional sensations. Even in pornography a woman provides a passive receptacle for semen (accepting the penis into her mouth, vagina or anus). Women rarely demonstrate sexual initiative. For example, they do…