One would think that in a society dominated by men all of male pleasure is known, but it is not so.Thanks to the feminist movement of the 70s, with millions of women demonstrating and shouting slogans on intimate topics, the existence of clitoris and other feminine wonders was discovered.
But since there has never been a male feminist movement, few know that we too have a clitoris. Even today, certain information is hardly even on sex education manuals. But if you do not tell me where the man feels the greater pleasure, what sex education is it?
It is a small area under the “little cloves” of the glands. If a man thinks about it a little, he realizes that at the height of the excitement it is there that we try to concentrate the stress. For women, verifying the location of the point of maximum male pleasure is quite easy. Just borrow a penis and try to search it. The male will howl everywhere, but only if the area is urged is ejaculation.
And the male has another amazing orgasmic point at the root of the penis, on the inside. This point can be solicited through some kind of suction, for example through the movements of the rhinestone musculature or with other suction systems do not go into detail for decency. Or it is possible to act externally with a massage between testicles and anus. The existence of this magical place also explains male anal pleasure as the root of the penis can also be reached by a posterior approach at about three centimeters of depth. Even this point is virtually absent in the texts of sex education, although it has been more than thirty years since Leslie Leonelli, a splendid sexologist, described it as well as the name: Punto L.
But the super censorship on male pleasure concerns the fact that unlike what is commonly thought; even the male can be frigid. There is ejaculation without orgasm. For the ancient Romans it was the norm, in fact they maintained that post-coitum sadness after sexual intercourse; obviously if you have experienced a deep and satisfying orgasm you are not at all sad! You’re sad if you did not like it. Experts claimed that half of the males are unable to reach orgasm. Today there is no research on this topic of different types of urethral toys. However, you can buy some urethral toys and try the pleasure for yourself at Lustplugs.
It was a disaster to understand what was happening to me, because if you go to the bar and say you had sex with a beautiful girl and did not like it, the only comment you receive is a dry one: You’re a fagot! It is not really contemplated that the male hunter, if the prey is worthy, does not enjoy!
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If you are a woman, you might have heard the advice you should pee before and after having sex this is because there would be more space in the lower abdomen to accommodate more. But that advice is wrong and experts say it could also increase the chances of developing urinary tract infections.
According to urologist, the mantra “pee before sexual intercourse” is one of the biggest misunderstandings that must be clarified to his patients. While urinating after sex is certainly important, he explains, going to the bathroom first is strongly discouraged.
Why? During sex, vaginal bacteria can be pushed into the urethra. Waiting to pee, and as a result have enough urine to create a strong flow, increases the chances of throwing out such bacteria after intercourse.
Bacteria have small Pilli that act like hooks in Velcro, attach themselves to the urethral lining,” explains Kaufman. If they come off and end up in the bladder, they reproduce rapidly causing an infection.
Of course, knowing that you should not pee before sexual intercourse and really avoid it are two different things, and indeed the thought of having to hold back could be an even stronger stimulus towards the toilet. So what to do? If you cannot restrain yourself, Kaufman recommends drinking plenty of water so you have an escort for when the relationship is finished.
For many it is a taboo, for others it does not exist, for others it still represents normality. We are talking about squirting, that is, female ejaculation, a theme that excites fantasies and intrigues women.
Science for its part still knows very little about this all-female phenomenon, characterized by abundant odor and colorless secretion that is expelled due to contractions of the orgasm. The phenomenon has been studied for a long time by medical sexology, the discipline that studies the physiology of sex from a medical scientific point of view, which has allowed us to discover something more about squirting.
Let’s start from the basics: what is it?
According to scholars, squirting is the equivalent of male ejaculation of sperm and occurs in the form of a sketch or jet coming from the vagina when the peak of pleasure is reached. Contrary to what many think, however, it is not urine.
From a scientific point of view, squirting is an ejaculate that is produced by the kidney, stored in the bladder and finally expelled through the urethra. It is therefore a liquid that resembles urine, but is much diluted and more similar to water.
This stress allows the vagina to be stimulated directly, favoring squirting. According to scholars, in addition to squirting at the time of orgasm another substance would be expelled. Analyzing it in the laboratory we found that it is very similar to the sperm, so much so that it contains a very high amount of psa, an enzyme that in men is secreted by the prostate. This fluid is produced by residues of prostate gland present and active only in some women.
Not all women, however, manage to emit squirting, why? The answer to this question comes from psychology. In fact, from a physical point of view all women are able to produce the liquid and eliminate it during the culmination of pleasure, only a few, however, succeed because of the difficulty of reaching orgasm, a fundamental condition to get to squirting.
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