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5 Shocking Myths About The Female Orgasm

Monday, August 3, 2009 0 comments

Women want to know why they aren't able to have orgasms with their partners.
Couples want to know how they achieve simultaneous or multiple orgasms.

It's not surprising that orgasms are such a popular topic. Anyone who has ever
experienced an orgasm knows that they feel wonderful and create a feeling not
easily duplicated by anything else, particularly when they are achieved in a
loving, committed relationship.

What is surprising is that so little is known about female orgasms.

Both men and women come to me with all kinds of misinformation about the
subject. Others are completely lacking any kind of information. They don't even
know how to get started. Some are disillusioned or frustrated as a result of
repeated faked orgasms.

After all this time, I've decided it is time to educate more people about
female orgasms.

Now, 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.

For a long time, female orgasms have been misunderstood by both men and women
and that has brought us to a point where a sizable portion of sexually active
women have never had an orgasm and even more have never had an orgasm with
their partner.

Both groups and their sexual partners are missing out on a wonderful
experience, but before you can begin learning the techniques which will
generate that elusive orgasm you must first confront some of the most common
myths in our culture about female orgasms.

These 5 myths are literally ruining the sex life of THOUSANDS of couples.

After you understand that these are JUST myths (and nothing else) you will
finally know that it is possible to please a woman with multiple orgasms every

With that said, let´s get started...

Myth 1: Some women just can't have orgasms.

While there are women who have never had an orgasm, there is no evidence to
suggest some women are incapable of having orgasms. There are two reasons why
some women have not had orgasms in their lives.

The first is that for whatever reason they have never masturbated. Masturbation
is often a woman's first orgasm experience.

The second is that they simply are not receiving the proper type of genital
stimulation. Clitoral stimulation is needed by most women to have an orgasm.
Without that stimulation, it most likely isn't going to happen.

There are some women who have psychological blocks when it comes to
experiencing sexual pleasure. This may be the result of any number of past
events in their lives, but even that does not mean they are physically
incapable of having an orgasm. If they worked through those problems, they
would be able to engage in orgasm-producing intercourse just like any other

Myth 2: Women take longer to reach orgasm than men.

This is another common myth which has not been supported by research. The
reason people believe this is that they don't understand the female arousal

Women's arousal patterns are much different than men's and, as a result, they
are physically prepared for intercourse later than men are.

The time from optimal arousal to orgasm is pretty much identical for both men
and women. The difference is in how long it takes to reach that level of
arousal. Because men often don't know how to help their partners get to that
point, it does seem to take longer.

Once that's changed, however, men find their partners reach orgasm more quickly
and even have multiple orgasms in quick succession.

Myth 3: A Woman can reach orgasm more easily if her partner has a large

Men who have worried for eons about the size of their penis can relax.

The truth is that size really doesn't matter all that much. Since only the
first two inches of a woman's vagina are sensitive to stimulation, anything
over that amount is useless during intercourse, at least from the woman's
physical perspective.

In fact, when men are overly concerned with the size of their penis and whether
it's sufficient, their minds aren't focused on pleasuring their partner and
that is no way to experience female orgasm.

A survey done by the Kinsey Institute found that the average size of an erect
penis measured from the tip to where it connects with the rest of the body is
6.16 inches in length. The girth of an erect penis is 4.84 inches on

Both of these statistics are come as a surprise to men and to women who have
been convinced by our culture (and possibly pornographic movies and magazines)
that the average size of an erect penis is eight or nine inches. That same
Kinsey study actually found that less than 2% of men have penises which meet
that requirement.

Remember whether a man's penis size is below, above, or just average, he still
has the ability to help his partner reach orgasm and that is far more worthy of
praise than a few extra inches of penis.


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