There's a 21 percent orgasm gap between lesbians and straight women. We asked lesbians what can be done about that.
“Something like a tightening pleasure in your belly and a tingling in the feet, and shaking uncontrollably from it all.”
People in different countries show pain and pleasure differently.
And, shocker, there's scarce research on what they do for women.
Some women who think they’ve never had an orgasm could actually be "mini-orgasmic."
A new study of 1,700 married couples reveals that if we want to close the orgasm gap, we first need to close the orgasm perception gap.
The longer you hold off, the more intense the orgasm can be.
A sensitivity to odors can also predict how both men and women alike experience sex.
For a little more than $1,000, Dr. Mark Wolter will inject hyaluronic acid into your G-spot—whether it actually exists or not.