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Attractive FemaleWhat makes a woman orgasm? I'm not referring here to the physiological process, the chemical precursors that signal the onset of involuntary muscle contractions ultimately resulting in sexual climax. Instead, what contributing factors enable a woman to reach orgasm during regular penile-vaginal intercourse? A newly released study helps shed some light on this rather intriguing question. It also provides valuable insight into the inner workings of the female mind.

Four Contributing Factors of Vaginal Orgasm

According to the results of a study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, consistency of vaginal orgasm is determined by four key factors:

  1. Nature of early sex education.
  2. Level of concentration during sex.
  3. Duration of sexual intercourse.
  4. The length of the penis.

Sex Education

As it turns out, the specifics of a woman's early sexual education largely determine how predisposed she is to achieving vaginal orgasm. If during adolescent years she learns to associate sex with the stimulation of her vagina, then later on in life she'll be more likely to reach orgasm through penile-vaginal intercourse (PVI).

Although this may at first seem to be of arbitrary importance, the fact is that many women experience orgasm through a variety of means. Unlike men who for the most part associate sexual pleasure with the penis, women are often aroused through the stimulation of several different parts of the body including, but not limited to, the vagina, clitoris, breasts (nipples in particular) and the anal opening.

This observation becomes significant when measured against prevailing ideologies that tend to focus on, and in many cases favor, the practice of ancillary techniques of stimulation, i.e. foreplay. While the true importance of foreplay in achieving orgasm remains controversial, there is no doubt that the psychological associations built early in life directly influence the adult sexual experience.

Level of Concentration

Along with above mentioned aspect of sexual education, the degree to which a woman concentrates on vaginal stimulation during intercourse also directly influences the likelihood of orgasm. If she largely associates pleasure with direct stimulation of her vagina and makes that the focal point of the experience then her chances of reaching climax increase dramatically.

The Duration of Intercourse

Simply put, the longer that sex lasts the more likely a woman is to achieve orgasm. This by itself is hardly ground-breaking news since it's common knowledge that most women have greater sexual stimulation requirements than men. Obviously each woman is different and has her own unique preferences.

Penis Length

This final factor is perhaps the one most commonly ignored (shunned?) by mainstream sexual doctrine. The size of a man's penis does in fact directly correlate with the amount of pleasure a woman experiences. While most clinical studies to date will systematically downplay the importance of penis size, the truth of the matter is that size counts. A large penis will stimulate a greater vaginal area and consequently improve the odds of reaching orgasm.

In addition to the actual physical characteristics of the penis, it is also thought that visual appearance itself may play a significant role in influencing levels of sexual arousal. The sight of a larger than average penis may very well activate a psychological response creating an environment in which woman are more susceptible to achieving climax.

Implications and Conclusions

This particular case study seems to reinforce many of the stereotypes associated with sex. Upbringing, attentiveness, performance and physiology all come together to shape a woman's sexual experience. The only puzzling part of the study is the conclusion (recommendation?) the researchers make:

"Focusing attention on penile–vaginal sensation supports vaginal orgasm and the myriad benefits thereof."

This statement conspicuously lacks mention of any of the other findings and addresses only one of the factors contributing to vaginal orgasm. As such it appears to remove from consideration the importance of the male side of the equation.

While I appreciate the research involved, I don't feel it necessary to be shielded from the simple truth - that female vaginal orgasm is as much dependent upon her partner as it is upon herself. We're adults, we can handle the fact that penis size and performance are vital components of the sexual experience. It isn't something to ignore, it's something to learn from and remedy.

Source: Vaginal orgasm is associated with vaginal (not clitoral) sex education, focusing mental attention on vaginal sensations, intercourse duration, and a preference for a longer penis. J Sex Med

Posted by PRS
Friday, September 4th, 2009


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The average man takes 3 minutes of active thrusting to orgasm. The average woman takes 14 minutes. Do the math, there's an 11 minute problem.

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