Did you know that orgasms are an important part of women’s health? Orgasms increase your passion, confidence, and self-esteem. They improve your energy and intimacy with your partner and they make you feel and act sexier. And for women, there’s more than one way to reach orgasm. The G-Spot Some women miss


Your next session between the sheets is guaranteed to be a scorcher with these five unique positions. Good sex is not really about how big his member is or how flexible you are – fabulous sex is born from keeping things fresh and revving up your innate desires. While missionary style is

In simple terms, an orgasm is the body’s physiological response to sexual stimulation. The climactic response is prompted by the release of the neurohormones oxytocin and vasopressin (we’ll talk more about these later). Brain scans have shown that, during orgasm, metabolic activity in the cerebral cortex decreases while activity in the limbic areas of the brain increases. The cerebral cortex governs the conscious layers of the brain, playing a role in attention, awareness, thought process and memory.

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