Some men live only to get theirs. They see sex as an everyone-for-themselves type interaction where you fend for yourself and little remorse is shown for losers.
Others, however, live for the pleasure of their partners. They enjoy, just as much as for themselves, the ultimate completion of their partners.
But, as I’m sure you are aware, that ultimate climax and peak completion is a privilege to a select group of women — every girl does not experience an orgasm.
It’s an issue that has frustrated women, I’m sure, but men, too, who desperately want to provide the most pleasurable experience for their woman as possible.
The issue is the lack of education women are privy to in terms of self-navigating to that plateau.
That was the purpose behind Dr Sherry A Ross‘s new book She-ology: The Definitive Guide to Women’s Intimate Health. Period: to educate with a complete guide to the vagina.
The LA-based gynecologist with 25 years experience notes that “talking about the mighty V outside of doctor’s offices and bedrooms is a major taboo” and devoted an entire chapter to the female orgasm.
The Independent asked the gynecologist and obstetrician all the questions about female orgasms and found out that the inability is not so much a disorder as it is a reflect women’s lack of knowledge of their own anatomy.
“Issues related to sex are not talked about enough even with a health care provider. Let’s just start by saying, 65 percent of women are embarrassed to say the word vagina and 45 percent of women never talk about their vagina with anyone, not even with their doctor.” Ross told the Independent.
“There are women in their 30s, 40s, and 50s who have never even had an orgasm. In fact, 10 to 20% of all women have never experienced one.”
The moment society stops shaming women’s sexual curiosity and freedom, the more they will feel comfortable to express and live out their sexuality, which will ultimately give them more of a chance to discover the depths of their sexual experience liberally.