I lost my virginity about 2 years ago. In betweenthat time I've had 3 sexual partners.They all had different sizes, they all did different things that would turn me on. But honestly, I can't tell when I cum. Whenever I'm finishing having sex my partners always seem to ask how many times did I cum. Unfortunately, I can't even tell them because I don't know the feeling. Can someone please explain what your body does or what feelings you have when you know you're about to cum .... or when you actually do.
*Edited by moderator due to all caps. Please do not type in all caps. It is considered shouting on a forum and makes the post a lot harder to read.
Do you mean how many times you had an orgasm? Most women do not ejaculate.
When you orgasm, your vagina might sort of spasm. If you have had an orgasm, you would probably know it. So if you're not sure, there's a good chance you're not orgasming. Most women do not orgasm during vaginal intercourse.
Guys, I think this is an attack of the word filter. Notice how "ejaculate" is always lowercase while the OP posted (annoyingly) in all caps? I think the word filter took CUM and changed it to "ejaculate".
Hun, "cumming" (your bf asked "did you cum?") is properly known for females as orgasming.
You would know if you orgasmed. Have you ever orgasmed during masturbation all by yourself?
I can't tell whe i cum duringssex but i do cum when i get aroused. It fell like this when i cum my vaginia starts to jump a little then i feel fluids leakin but to know how many times icum during Sex i can't tell ethier
If you cannot explain how many times you have reached your orgasm, then you probably have never had one. You'll know when you cum. People are pleased with sex differently if you have ever seen Talk Sex With Sue, you will know that more then half women will never reach an orgasm with the penis some reach it better with oral sex.
Im a male so i have no intention of bragging and i hope im not offsetting this post or anyones comfort level. However i cant say what it would feel like for you, but if your not sure u could ask your lover at the time what he feels. Being sexually active with my lover i notice everytime she does have an orgasm theres extreme pressure on my penis from the inside of her vagina, it feels as if its ballooning up and pushing me out, she has shakes and tenses up. This may not be the same for all women but indeed the most noticeable is the "ballooning" sensation from inside the vagina. Or so i find, again, just my opinion hope it helped
Hi, I just turn 29 about a month ago and i have never experience an orgasm until last night for the first time. It felt like my clitoris was erupting and that sensation running threw your body makes you want to stop but you can't cuz it feels so good. At first i couldn't tell whether i had an orgasm or not. For that reason i never had one. So when you get an orgasm you will know. I don't think i can receive an orgasm through sexual intercourse, but oral is most likely were u can receive it quicker.
allot of the time i feel like i need to pee before i am about to cum. the way u tell the difference between needing to pee and hitting your g spot is this,
About halfway between your vaginal opening and cervix, you'll likely feel a very sensitive dime-sized patch of tissue at the 12-o'clock position on your front vaginal wall. Using a "come here" movement, rub your fingertip against the spot. If the peeing sensation starts after several strokes, you've hit your erotic bull's-eye.
While you may be tempted to stop, the trick to reaching the next level of titillation, and ultimately a colossal climax, is to keep going. For an even more spine-tingling thrill, rub your clitoris at the same time. The more in tune you are with this G-spot-generated sensation, the easier it will be to tell the difference between actually having to pee and being on your way to an awe-inspiring orgasm.
Ok, I'm a little confused - hopefully someone can help me . So I hve been having sex for quite a while now and juat recently I had sex during my period but I was six days into my cycle so I was hardly bleeding. When I did have sex it was normal but when we went for a second round I had blood in my panties. Lots of blood. I was thinking that it might have been my hymen breaking because it couldn't been my period. If anyone could, was it my hymen breaking or my period. Anyone with a similar situation? Please & thanks
I'm having the same problem. I never know when I'm about to have an orgasm. I've read every post, so knowing that some wemen doesn't have one is there a way to help us have one or something? Because my boyfriend always ask if I have had one I don't like to lie to him but I don't want him thinking it wasn't good or anything so I end up lying. Any ideas? Please help,....
I as well have this problem. I have tried masturbating and sometimes I have a clear/whitish colored substance on my fingers or whatever I'm using but I don't get and noticeable feeling when it happens. I've orgasmed once during sex and that was it and the only way I knew was my legs and body were shaky but other than that one time I can't ever tell.
For a woman, secreting a fluid is a side effect. It is not the main event. Some women secrete fluid at penetration, or during sex without an orgasm. Luckily we now know that the g-spot does not exist, at least not in a woman's body. It still exists in many magazines, porn and bad self help books.
We also now know that squirting/gushing and female ejaculation are two different things. Squirting/gushing comes from the bladder and are mostly urine. Female ejaculation comes from the paraurethral glands, or female prostate, and it is a teaspoon or two of a slippery fluid, similar in look, quantity as the male ejaculate, but sweet tasting.
So stop watching porn. The "cuming" you see in there is either faked or pee.
Your orgasm is the result of a long process where sexual tension and stress builds up in the muscles around your pelvic floor and pelvi. Electrical signals are fed into your brain thorough a number of nerve systems. Finally the stress, tension and electrical signals overwhelms your brain and it goes into a coma like state for a few seconds, allowing the tension to release in waves of heat, contractions and pleasure throughout your body, leaving you in a state of bliss, satisfaction and relaxation. Hormones and chemicals are released into your brain and body by glands during your orgasm. This will leave you glowing and happy.
As you get closer o your orgasm, you can have false starts to your orgasm, leaving you shaking and grasping. But if you continue the stimulation, you will orgasm fully..
As you approach orgasm, the tension in your body makes your body arch inwards. Your head may lift. During the orgasm, your body will open up and expell the energy outwards, arching backwards. Your hips may swing, your hands and feet my contract and grasp and your head will likely go backwards.
So if you had an orgasm, it is not something you can miss. It is drastically better than anything before t. And the changes I described here are drastic, dramatic and pronounced. Unfortunately, until you have one, you will not know what it is. But once you have one, you cannot miss it.
Not all orgasms are the same. Some are weak, some are earth shatteringly strong. The Horner you are, and the more you get teased and edged, the better it will be.
Masturbation is a very important part of your education. There you will learn what makes you orgasm, how your body reacts and what it feels like. Only a small number of women (around 25%) can actually orgasm from just intercourse alone.
A woman's sex organ is her clitoris, not her vagina. Your vagina is largely numb, and a part of your reproductive system. It is for making and delivering babies. Your clitoris is for sexual pleasure. It is the most sensitive organ on the human body, and it has only one purpose - sexual pleasure leading to orgasms.
The 25% of women that can orgasm from intercourse are built differently than the rest. Their clitoris is close enough to their vagina so that her partner's penis will stimulate it during sex. for the rest of us, we need to rub our clitoris during sex, either with fingers or a small toy, or we need to change sex from the in/out pumping action to rubbing and grinding our clitoris on his body with him inside us.
The other option is to orgasm from other activities during love making, like fingering or oral sex.
Whatever you decide to do:
* Orgasms are unmistakable
* It takes a journey of self discovery
* It can be work until you figure it out
* Once you kno hoed to get one, you will enjoy and crave it much more
* You have to be willing to let go and not be shy or self concious
* You need to switch off from the daily grind. Sec and masturbation is not the time to worry about anything
* For some women, fantasy during stimulation is very important. No fantasy is bad. It can be about men, women, groups, weird places, strangers, familiar people, bondage or whatever. Fantasy is not reality, but it helps to get you to orgasm.
We now know about all this thanks to the incredible amount of research that has been done on women's sexual response and bodies over the last 10 to 15 years. Unfortunately the popular press is stuck on ideas from 25 years ago. And sex-Ed is stuck in the reproductive era where all sex led to making a baby.