Are you or your partner unable to orgasm? Well, you are not alone! Although research has had a very hard time gathering reliable statistics on this pervasive issue, it is considered to affect somewhere between 10%-70% of all females.
It is interesting to note that only 20% of females claim to be able to climax during intercourse. However when men are asked they claim about 80% of their partners where able to climax during intercourse. Clearly, there is a major misconception regarding this important physiological function.
In fact 100% of females are physically able to reach an orgasm and even multiple orgasms. How is it possible that so few have mastered the art? Most women are not taught how to masturbate. Women get the societal message that its “bad” or “slutty” to have a sex drive. Even more so to be interested in learning how to masturbate. Research clearly shows women who learn how to masturbate are much more likely to be able to orgasm during sex and/or intercourse.
Many women struggle with a concept called “Observer Syndrome”. That concept refers to the tendency to focus on how you look during sex, if your partner is enjoying themselves, rather than the pleasure of sex. A Sex Therapist can assist you to work through the observer syndrome. Also, teach you effective methods to masturbate and techniques to increase your ability to reach orgasm during sexual activity.