How Much Pleasure Can A Woman Experience? Can She Feel Your Orgasm?

by Cheryl Powers

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Let’s face it – the internet, pornography and society have changed the way men and women are having sex. With pornography being available for free – by simply opening your web browser on your mobile device or laptop, people are starting to want more out of their sexual experiences, and they are starting to ask more questions.

For these reasons, sex has become an activity that is not simple at all anymore for many couples. Unfortunately, all of these expectations can place a tremendous amount of pressure on both you and your partner, which could lead to sex that is not as satisfying as it could be.

In this article, we would like to discuss two primary concerns that are now openly discussed on internet forums – this includes whether a woman can actually experience pleasure and an orgasm during sex, and whether she is able find a man’s ejaculation enjoyable.

Can A Woman Orgasm And Truly Enjoy Sex?

Let us start by discussing the female orgasm and whether women really experience pleasure during sex. The female orgasm is actually a widely discussed topic, as many people are not sure whether or not a woman can actually have an orgasm.

There are some who claim that it is impossible, some that claim it is nearly impossible and then some who claim it is most definitely possible.

Women’s Health Mag [1] explains that only around 25% of all women are able to reach orgasm every time they have sex.

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They have also provided an in-depth look at how the female orgasm works; thus proving that it is real and possible, but, in many cases, it is the man that causes the failure to orgasm for many women. Let’s take a look at how the female orgasm works to better understand why the man might be to blame.

When a woman is sexually aroused, she often experienced a warm sensation. This sensation is a sign that blood is now starting to flow toward her vagina and to her clitoris. During this process, the vagina’s walls start to release lubrication – more and more lubrication are released as the woman is turned on by her partner.

Blood will continue to be carried to this area, while the rest of the body goes through some changes – the woman’s nipples will become erect, they will start to breathe faster and their heart will also start to beat faster.

The bottom part of a woman’s vagina usually contracts, while the upper part will rather expand. All of these motions cause a lot of tension to build up in the woman’s pelvic region, including her thighs, vagina and buttocks. The orgasm occurs when all of this tension is released at once.

Now, the reason most women are unable to reach an orgasm every time they have sex – and some women not being able to have an orgasm at all – is often due to the fact that continuous stimulation of the clitoris is required for a woman to have an orgasm. In many cases, a man reaches orgasm too soon, or when he sees that his partner is “getting close”, he may adjust his strategy – thinking that he is going to give her a better orgasm with the change in strategy, but, in reality, he is taking away the fact that she was about to have an orgasm.

Thus, to answer the question “Can a woman orgasm and truly enjoy sex?” – The answer is yes, of course, but for this to be possible, the female orgasm needs to be fully understood by her male partner.

It is also important to note that, simply because a woman did not reach orgasm does not necessarily mean she did not enjoy the sex, as advised by XO Jane [1].

Can A Woman Feel An Ejaculation And Find Pleasure From It?

Next, let’s look at whether or not a woman will be able to feel a male ejaculation inside of her – and whether she would find it pleasurable.

This is really a much more complicated question than the previous one – the short answer is both yes and no, or rather “sometimes”. Some women may be able to feel an ejaculation inside of her better than another.

At the same time, we should also note that a particular woman may feel her partner ejaculate inside of her at one time, but not another time.

Performance Insiders explain that whether or not a woman can actually feel a man ejaculate inside of her depends on various factors. The sensitivity of the nerve endings that are found in her vagina is one particular factor that contributes significantly to her ability to feel this.

The position in which the woman and her partner are having sex in also contributes to this question, as well as how powerful the man’s orgasm is. A more powerful ejaculation will cause the penis to pulsate more, which might be felt by the woman. The fluid that was ejaculated into the woman might also be felt.

We should note, however, that the chances of feeling an ejaculation inside of a woman while practicing safe sex (wearing a condom) are somewhat lower, since the ejaculation would be done inside of the condom. This, however, should never be a motivating factor for any woman to practice unsafe sex.

Bedroom Problems That May Affect These Answers

Now that we have taken a look at the two particular questions we focused on in this article, we quickly want to address certain bedroom problems that men and women may face, which could affect the answers we have discussed above.
These bedroom problems primarily include sexual dysfunctions amongst both genders – when sexual dysfunctions exist, it is important for the affected person to realize that they should reach out and obtain assistance to help them deal with the conditions they are developing and to recover from their bedroom problems.

By delaying, the condition may become worse and even lead to permanent effects; thus causing the particular person who has been affected to experience a permanent reduction in their sexual performance.

According to UC Davis Health [4], erectile dysfunction continues to be the most well-known and the most commonly diagnosed sexual dysfunction amongst men. The condition causes problems with the man’s erections – and, in some severe cases, could lead to the inability to gain an erection at all.

No erection means no sexual intercourse, which means the man would not be able to pleasure his partner at all. A loss of sexual desire, as well as ejaculatory dysfunctions, may also develop and lead to bedroom problems.

Amongst women, the most common sexual dysfunctions are somewhat different from what a man may experience. A low libido, or a complete loss of sexual desire, are relatively common amongst women.

Intercourse may also become painful for some women [5]. Furthermore, problems achieving an orgasm also seem to be rather common amongst women, as we have previously discussed in this article.

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Conclusion

There are many concerns that people now have when it comes to sexual intercourse, but the two particular issues we have discussed here seems to be on everyone’s minds.

The short answer to both of these questions is yes – a woman can reach orgasm, and she can find pleasure out of a man’s ejaculation, but there are some factors that need to be considered by the man to ensure he is truly able to satisfy his partner when they are having sex.

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