A male climax lasts for 6 seconds while a female climax lasts for 23.
The time difference says it all!
It’s safe to say that men and women have different sexual drives. Men get aroused easily whereas for women proper stimulation is a necessity. Of course the sex drive also depends on the person as well.
Women are more of an emotional being and tend to view sex as an emotional attachment, for men it is more so physical than emotional.
Men usually last anywhere around 6 to 15 seconds while for women the number goes above 20 seconds. In simple terms men get excited quicker and hence orgasm quicker while women needs time.
As for the part where the orgasms last longer is because, in reality there are two types of orgasms.
Basically orgasms begin as a series of 6 to 15 seconds of regular contractions which then leads to 20 to 30 seconds of high intensity contractions wherein one reaches climax which is the type 1 , normal orgasm.
Now in some this high intensity contraction is followed by some more irregular contractions for another 30 to 90 seconds and therefore their orgasm lasts longer- this is type 2 orgasm.
But it is not necessary this only happens to women, men can also have type 2 orgasms and last longer.
So don’t lose hope boys!
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Sex Intersectional's tenth episode is dedicated to discussing "Everything Anal" with our special quest, Eric, from Men of the Den, skyping in to talk about the ins and outs of butt stuff. Preparation for putting things in butts, prostate massages, launching butt plugs across the room, beard chafing while rimming, bottom shaming, fisting toys on Myth Busters, pegging, and a big bad purple dildo. We talk just about everything wonderful that can be done to or with butts. Follow the SoundCloud link on our profile and click the play button for Episode 10. #sexintersectional#sexualhealth#intetsectionalfeminism#anal#sex#bears#LGBTQ#dclife#bottoms#plugs#lube#menoftheden#buttstuff
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It’s so hard to love your body in a world that pressures you to find and hate your flaws. 🙄
Can you imagine waking up in the morning, looking in the mirror and admiring your badass self? #heygirl 😍
Can you imagine going into your closet excited to wear beautiful clothes that make you feel confident? 💁🏼♀️ Can you imagine loving your body so much that you give it exactly what it needs - exercise, healthy foods, sex(!) 😉
The secret is to “act as if” - act as if you already admire yourself, feel confident, and give your body what it needs. It’s the good old “fake it ‘til you make it” approach. And it works! >> So tomorrow, the very first time you look in the mirror in the morning, compliment yourself and don’t stop until you have a big smile on your face. And I’m not just saying this, I mean it!!! Really do it and see how amazing it makes you feel!! 😘💗
I can’t believe that we are already here! Today is the release of the SEASON FINALE of @doodtheseries !!! This episode definitely had the crowd yelling at the screen on launch night! Thank you for supporting and watching, just remember that the best way to help us be able to create more content is to share our show with your friends!! ....and enemies #doodtheseries
✨#tbt to meeting @drvixenne IRL✨
We chatted about mindful sex, orgasmic Yoga, and the trails and tribulations of owning a sex-focused business.
Our phones were away, our coffees hot, and we were at the CUTEST coffeeshop!
All that’s to say, again, that one of the most important pieces of intimate, excitement, fulfilling, and mindful sex is creating the right context. At least at the start.
The more you practice in controlled conditions, the stronger you get and the easier it is to bring mindfulness into more stressful or vulnerable times. Like sex.
The next time you catchup with a dear friend, new or old, meetup at a cool new spot and after taking some selfies, put your phones away.
Make it easy on yourself to get and stay present.
It’ll positively impact EVERY part of your sex life and relationship.
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📸 1. Chiharu Okunugi for adidas by Stella McCartney Fall / Winter 2017
2. Haemin Jeon by Daniel Sannwald for Man About Town Magazine
Did you know that EVERY woman will experience #vaginal dryness at some point in her life? ☝️ Could be caused by #menopause , #endometriosis , stress, health issues, not feeling well, lack of arousal, a bad period, insecurities, not eating healthy or drinking enough water, waking up on the wrong side of the bed, kids screaming, too much on the #todolist ... etc. etc. etc.
Get the picture?! It can happen at any time and guess what... it’s totally normal! 💜 You’re not alone. Nothing is wrong with you. Your partner isn’t doing anything wrong either.
Just smile your #beautiful smile and grab that bottle of Chiavare ⚡️⚡️
Sist att lämna #malmouniversity idag, men sjukt nöjd och peppad efter att ha haft två intervjuer via videosamtal till min studie: Medelålders kvinnors sexuella hälsa och sexuellt risktagande. Medelåldern har jag satt att vara mellan 40-60 år, men i vissa studier är den satt mellan 35-55. I andra mellan 45-65. Vad är rimligt? Vi lever längre idag, skaffar barn senare i livet, hur påverkar det vår definition av medelåldern?
The world of BDSM relationships is a fascinating one. If you don’t have any experience with BDSM, it can seem intimidating. Don’t worry though! We’ve got you covered with all the ins and outs over on the blog.
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From Zuleyma Rivera, LMSW: Respect your teen’s critical thinking abilities: ask open-ended questions, use active and reflective listening (repeat what they said in your own words) and ask them if you correctly understood what they said. Telling your teen what to do will not only annoy them, but will shoot down any chance of a sincere exchange of ideas and queries. Instead, help your teen come up with a personalized solution to a general problem. This will help them problem solve in other situations. This is why therapists don’t tell their patients what to do, but instead facilitate the discovery of self-knowledge. This, in essence, is what you want to do with your teen. When your teen has a question, hold their hand through the problem solving process, gently guiding them and respecting their thoughts.
Weird to think my choice of clothing could offend someone, weird when I think about how automatic it is for women to take the man's name once married, weird how we shout out 'elbow' but whisper 'vagina', weird that my body once felt uncomfortable to live in, even though it's all I know. Weird that some people will make it a ritual to watch your moves but not utter a word...Sick sad world, word to #DARIA - Africa 🍒
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A wonderful thing about black gloves is that they are useful for SO MANY THINGS. Preventing transmission of STIs, cleaning your living space without getting your hands icky (and turning cleaning into ~*~sexy cleaning~* if you're into that!), making sexual contact that may be messy (or uncomfortable due to the color of fluids) easier to clean up, protecting sensitive hands (esp if someone has psoriasis, eczema, etc.) when washing things or using abrasive chemicals, making water-based lubricant last longer during hand-related sex (because it's not being absorbed into the hand's skin), helping hair dye adventures not stain hands for a million years, protecting delicate tissues from long nails (if you put bits of cotton ball under the nail and even use a bit of medical tape to secure things), transforming a hand into a Super Versatile Toy, the list goes on. These are AMEX brand nitrile gloves (in case of latex allergies!); branching out after years of just buying Black Dragon. // #sexuality#sexeducation#fisting#sexualhealth#safersex#longlivegloves#queersofig#queerarmy
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Someone I was beginning to be emotionally invested in told me
"I feel bad for you, I really do" after I had disclosed my status.
This statement had confused me at first because I didn't understand what I had to feel bad about as I didn't have any problems with my condition nor did I tell him my story or even get to telling him the background information about herpes. For me, the virus stays dorment and has no effect on me. And since when do we say I feel bad for you to people who are hospitalized or have diseases.
To him herpes=bad I guess.
Lets change how people see the virus.
The reason why the question, "who gave it to you?" is inappropriate. Thats trying to put blame on someone for their actions.That puts the person asked in a difficult position to somehow shift the blame and shame off of themselves and onto another. People in their defences attribute their infection to a cheating husband or very promiscuous female/male. Even without these circumstances, as horrible things do happen at the expense of others; nobody should have to explain/prove that slut shaming is not warranted.
ALSO, people can have it for years and NEVER know it.
Unfortunately guys, a recently positive herpes status is not proof that your significant other has been cheating .. 😟
Just as an F.Y.I, if you choose to ask this ignorant question be prepared to possibly hear a story that you weren't prepared for.
As parents and caring adults, we are the first teachers of intimacy for the children in our lives. We aid their understanding of loving care, touch, responsiveness, support, empathy, interpersonal relationship, emotion, worthiness, patience, trust, closeness, attachment, respect, courage, selflessness and understanding. It starts at infancy and carries forward to their teenage years when the topic of sex becomes more relevant.
When we model for them what intimacy looks and feels like apart from sex, it is easier to help them understand that intimacy and sex are not the same. That intimacy is fostered between people over time and through thoughtful cultivation, which is special and less often tapped into via one sexual encounter. When they learn to see the value in that, it allows them to make informed choices about the types of intimate and sexual relationships they seek to enter into.
Open today till 5 come in and stock up on lube and condoms and maybe a new toy! These snow days call for some good ol fashion snuggle fests. Get under the covers and warm each other up! #babyitscoldoutside
Do you know why so many people are afraid to share their sexual health status, especially HIV-positive people? The fear of stigma. The fear of judgement. The fear of being labelled as ‘dirty’. HIV-positive people are very much aware and informed of the virus. They know it’s not a death sentence. They know that they can live beautiful, healthy long lives, have beautiful healthy children and have amazing sex. But the stigma surrounding the virus puts a dark cloud on everything. The stigma exists because the majority are misinformed and have not been properly taught nor have taken the time to understand what the virus truly is. Erasing the stigma is actually a way of fighting the virus. Why? Because it means people can openly discuss without fear of being judged. Instead of practising a ‘hush hush’ culture, society would instead practice one that encourages openness and proper education. And do you know what that leads to? Prevention. ❤️❤️❤️ #hivawareness#gettested#actagainstaids#aidsawareness#fightthestigma#doingit
I LOVE having herpes (sometimes). Except for when I disclose to someone and they go silent, dissappear, get defensive/mean, or I recognize they treat me differently as a result.
Its like having something youre really proud of and then someone not showing the same admiration. Its like picking out something you really like while shopping and reevaluating your interest after someone has commented on how ugly it was.
And not everyone is as comfortable with having herpes. Ive talked to quite a few people who have had it for years and haven't told a SOUL. Being that ashamed as yourself and your condition is a horrible thing to experience.
I love herpes because it puts things in perspective. You find the ones who actually want to know about YOU. You get to see a different side of your friends and family. You see how close minded people are and how they treat others sooner than later. I love it because its something I cant change about myself/ and I choose to accept it. Finally I love it because the biggest pain is all in the head and im into thinking theoretically.
I was always scared of the images I saw about herpes. It was like a big stamp of shame. For the first few weeks being newly diagnosed I was terrified others would find out- that id get it on my face or hands or anywhere visible where I could be criticized. Newly diagnosed I was aware of the negative views, because like a lot of people.. I didn't know. I remember sex education basically sending the message; look at these awful pictures, you don't want that, wear a condom/don't be stupid.
Seeing pictures of herpes did not help me get diagnosed sooner. My doctor said it didnt look like it was. While waiting for my results I kept looking for a picture online that was similar, I couldn't figure it out.
I think I can be safe to say that the pictures you see online are first outbreaks or worst case scenerios. Some people only have one outbreak and never get one again. If they do get second or continuous outbreaks it tends to be mild, and diminishes in severity or frequency over time. It has been shown to be effectively minimized with medications.
Its really not as scary as the images.
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