The title is long but yes, you read it correctly. This is my first 2 part Confessions Of A Lush. We are still in Love & Lust month so of course I had to talk about a few personal experiences. I hope you enjoyed the video that lead you to this second part. If you haven’t watched it, I have included it below.
I honestly thought orgasms were imaginary….kinda like Unicorns. They were always this magical unattainable thing for me. UNTIL I tried a vibrator. Self pleasure is a great way to explore your body, you have to learn what makes you “tick”. You’ll learn what works and what doesn’t work. This is a great way to have better sex. You may not orgasm from penetration still….but there’s a greater chance that you will.
The Greatest Sex I’ve Ever Had With MYSELF
This is the 3rd vibrator I’ve ever owned. I fell in love with this thing the first night! My first vibrator sucked, my second was awesome, but lead me to the 3rd which fulfilled all my needs in a vibrator. I recommend it to everyone that asks me which one to buy. The color is also adorbs.
- Firm (Not too hard, not flimsy)
- Perfect Angle (I have one that has too harsh an angle)
- Whole Thing Vibrates! (I had one where the shaft didn’t vibrate but the clit part did)
- Plenty Of Settings (4 speeds, Different pulse settings)
- Rechargeable (Bye Bye Batteries)
- Affordable & High Quality ( No one wants to break the bank for a toy)
- Shape! The tip has a hump that hits the g-spot perfect EVERY TIME
Orgasm Facts You Need To Know:
“Despite what’s often portrayed in movies and on TV, most women can’t orgasm with penetration alone during sexual intercourse. Each woman’s ability to orgasm during sex depends almost wholly on physical development that occurred while she was still in the womb, according to the review authors.” –Healthy Woman.org
“About 75 percent of all women never reach orgasm from intercourse alone — that is without the extra help of sex toys, hands or tongue. And 10 to 15 percent never climax under any circumstances.”-ABC News
“”We found that the distance between the clitoris and the urinary opening, which is called CUMD, indicates whether or not a woman is inclined to have an orgasm with intercourse or not, and if it’s below 2 centimeters, then she likely is going to have an orgasm with intercourse,” Lloyd said.” – Elizabeth Loyd (Indiana University-Bloomington )-CNN
Remember! Your vagina isn’t broken and it isn’t your fault if you can’t orgasm or just haven’t figured out how to do so.. Explore your body and find out what works for you. Also remember science has proven that some women will never orgasm. The absence of Orgasm doesn’t mean you’re having bad sex.