When it comes to receiving oral sex, you're probably thinking foreplay : the real sex is yet to come. However, don't be mistaken. Oral sex can be just as hot and sensual as intercourse, and if done well, it can totally lead to an orgasm. Luckily, there are a few sex positions guaranteed to help you reach that "O" early on so you can then continue your winning streak and get multiple orgasms during the main event. Here are the top positions to try during oral sex for more pleasure and access.
Did you know, for example, that your pupils often dilate when you climax? Ed claims 68 percent of women admitted to faking an orgasm with their partner at some point. According to Cleveland Clinic , both women and women go through each phase of the sexual response cycle, consisting of: desire libido , arousal excitement , orgasm and resolution. However, the timing is usually different for men and women. According to a study in the PAIN journal, the pain tolerance threshold for women who were stimulated vaginally increased significantly by Scientific American reported in that orgasms and meditation created a similar effect in our brains. A case report in Seizure stated a year-old woman had an orgasm from brushing her teeth.
The same way women are afraid to hurt a guy's ego by giving him direction in bed, men don't want to make us feel bad, especially if there's a chance we might take serious offense and refuse not only to work together to improve the situation, but we also may withhold oral favors or sex of any kind in response. After all, even a crappy blowjob is better than NO blowjob. Moreover, 'suckling' a man's penis actually increases the health of his tissues and makes his member bigger in both length and circumference. And, frequent blowjobs also boost his ability to last longer during lovemaking.
But for some, the big O can bring on some rather unexpected side effects - including hallucinations, crying, sneezing and even an orgasm in your foot. These, and other bizarre symptoms, have actually been reported in scientific literature in what experts call 'peri-orgasmic phenomena'. Psychological responses can also include feelings of love, happiness, and relaxation.