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Many of us have sex for years without ever reaching orgasm. Often it's because we don't know what orgasms feels like. But ...
masturbation can help. Knowing the sensations and how we got there enables us to repeat it with a partner.
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Hear the ladies talk about the connection between masturbation and orgasm.
Female 1: The first time I masturbated, I was like 25, 26 and I had already had a decade of having sex. I had been sexually active for a long time and had never orgasmed and I never masturbated. And then, it was only because I was in this relationship with this person and we were trying to fix this situation and they were more conscious of me having orgasm than I was and they were more persistent about it. That that’s when I really started looking into it and you know wondering, is it something physical or it is something psychological, what’s going on, you know and that’s when I really became aware of all the glorious wonders of female masturbation.
Female 2: Even when your partner will never really like, you know they–for in that situation like that because you hadn’t ever been able to like your partner’s not really going–like they’re trying so hard, but like, everyone’s so specific you know. It’s something that you really like–you know as much as the partner really cares to get you to that point like it’s something that you have to kind of figure out it in your own kind of stuff.
Female 3: Yes, it’s another job like mine, the first girl that I was ever with, she couldn’t have an orgasm with me and I was crashed by it. Not only or like I should know how to get a girl off because I can get myself off, but then you know it’s like, also one of my first sexual experiences and I was getting super excited and it wasn’t until you know, like probably 6 months after we started having sex that I realized that she wasn’t actually having orgasm and she didn’t masturbate growing up. I still don’t know that at the end of the relationship which was like 3 years if she ever did or not you know.
Female 2: I also do realize that its like–it’s easier said than done to tell someone, “Oh you should masturbate if you’ve never been before.” But it’s something to like, think about you know.
Stephanie: Yes, because to me like, I just can't. It’s not something I can just like, “Oh, that’s turning me on,” if it doesn’t like a guy turns me on. But–and they always think that they're the ones that are going to make me come but it’s—
Female 2: It was really like psychological too like when you're masturbating or not like that aware that you're doing this to yourself, you’re like thinking about things. And if he comes like something in your mind didn’t–you're almost like attached from like yourself, it’s like, it’s a physical act but it’s becoming very–I don’t know.
Stephanie: The way I see it is kind of different so I feel like, if I’m just going to masturbate, why not just call him up tell him to come over.
Female 2: It’s also like my orgasms with a partner are very different from orgasms by myself.
Female 2: Yes, like I mean, they’re both really good in the same like you know level, like they’re both satisfying but it feels different and the way my body like when I’m with a partner, my body like physically like I–it is like waves kind of more like my body is like shaking more and it’s becoming more of a total body physical experience and I am somewhat more like vocal whatnot. Vocal but like when I’m by myself I can be completely silent and like barely move and still feel like I have the same sort of satisfying but like, it’s something because there’s that mutual sort of attraction and like, you're–it’s like you're so grateful, you're appreciative of this person I did something so nice for you that it like becomes this physical things. So it is different like–so you shouldn’t always think why you shouldn’t–you should try to remove that mentally in someway that like, “Oh, this person can, you know, I should just call him up because its different and sometimes they're just not able to.