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Oh!-minus 15 Minutes: Your Orgasm Guide
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In one of my favorite scenes from American Pie , Kevin solicits relationship advice from the impossibly chill and all-knowing love guru, Jessica. He needs help with his girlfriend Vicky, who's pissed because Kevin won't say the "L" word. Jessica gives it to him straight: "You've got to either give her the big 'L' or the big 'O,'" she says. Translated, Jessica's telling Kevin to do one of only two things: either say "I love you" -- or give Vicky a great, toe-curling orgasm. I found out just how perfect Jessica's advice was during my freshman year in college and had my first orgasm with another human being. The boy I'd bedded was instantly my new obsession.
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How old were you when you first had an orgasm? Woman A: I didn't have an orgasm the first time I had sex though. My partner at the time helped me climax eventually through oral sex. He was a bit older than me and was not a virgin, but very gentle and made sure I was comfortable. Woman B: Plus, we tried new positions and I was just more experienced in general by then. Woman C: I actually didn't come the first time I had sex. I'd only had an orgasm via masturbating before I'd had sex with anyone.
If your partner struggles to come during sex, it can be frustrating for both of you. A study of more than 52, adults found that 95 per cent of heterosexual men almost always climaxed during sex — compared to just 65 per cent of women. Which begs the question: why are the men hogging all the orgasms and, more importantly, how can you help the woman in your life up her come-quota and join you in the pleasure circle? Psychosexual and relationship therapist Sarah Berry offers her expert tips on how, why and what to do to help the woman in your life come:. While there may be other relationship or sexual issues at work, a lack of orgasm does not reflect on your sexual ability, nor is it your sole responsibility. Most women at one time or another have found it difficult to climax. While some women orgasm easier than others, most women at one time or another have found it difficult to climax. Some can only climax alone and some have never had the pleasure.