Yes you can have better sex in midlife and in the years beyond
Sometimes it takes a little more than just being in the mood to reach the big O. Try these tips to find the satisfaction you seek in the sack. An orgasm is a physical and emotional sensation caused by a series of rhythmic contractions of the pelvic floor muscles, the penis, the vaginaand sometimes the uterus as well. Orgasm typically follows a build-up of muscle tension and an increase in blood flow to the genitals, creating a feeling of sexual excitement. Males generally achieve orgasm easier than females, in part because of anatomy. Only about one third of women regularly have orgasms during sexual intercourse alone — most women need direct stimulation of the clitoris as well. While women might not have orgasms as effortlessly as men, orgasms can be as intense and satisfying for both sexes. Here are eight ideas to help you reach a better climax.
Absence to learn more about senior femininity and relationships? Every month award-winning boss sexpert Joan Price answers your questions about everything from loss of appeal to solo sex and partner issues. Senior Planet also offers feature articles on technology tips, plus free online classes learn more here on all from how to Zoom to on-line banking and more. My partner after that I are in our early 70s. In fact, he thinks I allow multiple vaginal orgasms because of the pleasure he sees me experiencing.