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Intimacy Issues Volume One: Chapter One
Individual Preference Should Not Limit Sexual Fulfillment
Women are empowered to revel in the ecstasy of orgasm, and to de-mystify the question of how to climax you have to accept that penetration is just one of many ways to fulfillment. It is a fact that many women do not reach climax during sex. According to the Journal of Sexual Medicine, the female orgasm is “less predictable, more varied” than that of men and occurs with less frequency. This recent study reveals that just 62.9% of women report achieving orgasm through “standard” sexual activity. You can read that as “vanilla” or “missionary style” or “just plain boring.”
Thankfully, western society’s long-standing embargo on the open discussion of human sexuality continues to lift, offering an abundance of avenues for women to choose when immersing themselves in pleasure. The door to solving a challenge with climaxing is opened by gaining a deeper understanding of your sexual biology. Women with intimacy issues can grow through self-examination, experimental masturbation and honest communication with their partners.
A Beneficial Interest With a Bad Rap
The mindset of 21 century Western society is finally starting to accept the fact that there are numerous benefits of masturbation. Nonetheless, the act was not always a welcome subject for casual conversation. In fact, many who spent time in the mid to late part of the previous century might recall that a profoundly taboo stigma was attached to the very idea of self gratification. Those who dared test fate and engage in the forbidden, however, soon discovered that these myths were indeed works of fiction and that contrarily, there were quite a few benefits of masturbation.