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How women masturbate themselves to orgasm

Kinsey concluded that masturbation was not only the quickest way for a woman to orgasm but also the most reliable way (95% success rate). Kinsey found that female orgasm was more easily achieved, in 4 minutes, compared with 10 to 20 minutes or longer during sex. Research indicates that two out of every five women…

Prostitution generally involves men paying for sex

Prostitution generally involves men paying for sex. Prostitution where women provide sexual services to men is by far the most common form of prostitution. The second most common form of prostitution involves men servicing gay men, who only make up 4% of the male population. Prostitution is least common among gay women but even straight…

Men cannot accept that women are unresponsive

We can talk about responsiveness as a general concept. But responsiveness is evidenced in completely different ways in men and women. Male responsiveness is biological. Men orgasm easily especially when young. Men appreciate the physical: their own body, the body of a lover and physical interaction through sexual activity with a lover. Men notice that…

Rejection of statistical sex research

Many thousands of women have asked about how they can orgasm through intercourse. Even more men have asked how they can give a woman an orgasm during intercourse. Many more never ask because of embarrassment. Yet no one ever offers the research finding that the majority of women say that they do not orgasm regularly…

Shere Hite published in 1976

Shere Hite was a young graduate who produced a thesis for her doctorate in sexuality. Her research had much lower funding than Kinsey’s and so had to be more limited in scope. Hite circulated a lengthy questionnaire through women’s magazines and to passers-by on the street in the US allowing women to reply anonymously. Few…

The story behind the G-spot myth (1982)

In the 1980s, Beverly Whipple and John Perry were teaching women Kegel exercises for urinary stress incontinence. They identified a patch of erectile tissue that can be felt through the front wall of the vagina, directly behind the pubic bone. Whipple and Perry named this the Gräfenberg spot after Dr Ernst Gräfenberg, who wrote about…

Arousal is psychological and arises in the mind

There are three key aspects to responsiveness. These are biological, emotional and intellectual. The biological element is the most vital because it is the basic physiological response that enables a person to orgasm. The vast majority of women do not have the capability to experience orgasm. This is very clear from women’s dislike of eroticism,…