Few industries have felt the same pushback as SexTech. It seems that no matter how valuable, unique, or innovative a product or service is—involving SexTech in the equation inspires prudes to throw up roadblocks. The SexTech industry is resilient and made up of passionate designers, creatives, marketers, and others who simply aren’t willing to take No for an answer. That has led to some fun an...
It’s accepted that many women have more difficulty achieving orgasm with a partner than while masturbating. Some studies suggest that only about 30% of women routinely orgasm during penetration alone—but for men, that number is upwards of 90%.
Daily Star shares tips from Dr. Mafe Godoy with the School of Sexual Wellness. She says that there are ways in which women can train themselves to have better and more frequent orgasms. She cautions though, that the female orgasm is far from an exact science. At the same time, it’s not as complicated as space travel or nuclear fission.
First of all, while anorgasmia does exist as a sexual function disorder, it’s pretty rare. Mere difficulty in achieving orgasm is not necessarily indicative of the disorder. For example, women who can orgasm via masturbation, but not penetration, are not anorgasmic by definition. Godoy suggests familiarizing yourself with what you need for orgasms, then replicating that with your partner through discussion and guidance.
Dr. Mafe states that it’s crucial to understand that sex does not revolve entirely around the penis. If that’s where all the focus has been during intercourse, it’s definitely time to change it up.
Dr. Mafe, AKA “The Clit Whisperer,” explains that using tact to help your partner know how to best stimulate you can be a game-changer. Teaching your partner how to pleasure you can be a relationship-building experience in addition to the obvious benefits. Once you know yourself, your body, and what you enjoy sexually, teaching your partner these things is easier. That’s why women who masturbate generally have more satisfying sex.
There are different types of orgasms in women, and neurobiologically, there are several triggers. Knowing your body and how to stimulate it leads to the best climax. Dr. Mafe is a sexual medicine expert currently developing SexTech dedicated to health and pleasure.