3 Commonly Asked Questions About Sex Answered
Sex has been a crucial and unavoidable part of human lives right from the age of Adam and Eve. It is what made human evolution possible. But, even today, there are several doubts lingering on our minds regarding sex. People are embarrassed to ask these questions since sex is not discussed that easily. Some of these questions may be downright silly, while others may need some serious research. We have answered three of the most common doubts about sex to help you understand sex better.
1. Is Desiring Sex Normal?
Okay, so you want to have wild, naughty and hot sex every now and then. Is this normal? You can be rest assured that it is. Sexual drive and desire is a part of every human being. Being a woman, if you desire sex, it doesn’t mean that you must be embarrassed or ashamed of yourself. As long as you are of an appropriate age and indulge in safe sex, there is nothing to be worried about.
2. How do I express my likes and dislikes to my partner?
Even if you have been married for a long time, you may not freely share what pleases you the most in bed with your partner. You must first understand that if your needs and expectations are not satisfied, then your sexual life may never be satisfactory. So, discuss your fantasies with your partner and let him know what you like. You can express it in simple terms like – “Oh! I love it, just right!”, if he is already doing it. Or “This is great, but I want you to do this as well”, if he hasn’t figured it out already.
3. How does orgasm feel?
Well, we all know, for men – penis hardness and ejaculation means orgasm. Women have orgasms too but it doesn’t happen often. A skilled lover and high sexual desire can make it happen in women. There is an increased excitement during orgasm, which builds to explode in a great, indescribable orgasmic moment for women. And only women can experience multiple orgasms, meaning that they have several orgasms one after the other. This again, doesn’t happen with every woman, and is a skill that has to be learned.