There's plenty of talk about the orgasm gap and everything that's terrible about it -- but there haven't been nearly as many tools that set out to actually correct the seriously unsexy lack of balance and education. Enter OMGYESa website pursuing a lofty goal: to "lift the veil and take an honest look at the specific ways women actually find pleasure. Which led to a realization — hearing this stuff from friends or discovering them through personal experience is way more powerful than reading about it or seeing actors on a screen," Daniller said.
Science is pretty sexistand so the body of research on female orgasms unsurprisingly lacking. But it's getting better, more studies are being publishedand we're learning more all the time about what sets female sexuality and pleasure apart. And there's so much to be gained from learning!
Sometimes you have a sex question that's not just, you know, an idle passing thought. And in those times you need a real answer—one that's based on deep research and scientific rigor. In those times you need Hard Data.
By Michael Le Page in Copenhagen. For women, it seems, sex is a big turn-off, reveals a brain scanning study. It shows that many areas of the brain switch off during the female orgasm — including those involved with emotion. His team recruited 13 healthy heterosexual women and their partners.
The pursuit of sexual pleasure is a key motivating factor in sexual activity. Many things can stand in the way of sexual orgasms and enjoyment, particularly among women. These are essential issues of sexual well-being and gender equality.
Well, kind of. The tamest possible version of second base. I was 12 years old; pre—bat mitzvah but post—crossing the threshold of menstruation and leg shaving, and I was in a basement in New Jersey, watching The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
A website that encourages women to embrace their sexuality and learn how to have better orgasms? That's what it called, at least. The website, recently came under the spotlight after Emma Watson announced she was a paying subscriber.
According to a survey by Cosmo, only 57 percent of women can orgasm during sex. So unfair, right? Enter: OMGYES, an online site where both men and women can get the tips they need to make reaching an orgasm a reality. As Mic reports, cofounder, Rob Perkins, was having a chat with his friend Lydia Daniller about just how elusive the female orgasm can be.
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