While a male orgasm is seemingly the same in spite of the situation, the female orgasm has a range of intensities and types: clitoral, g-spot and vaginal. Here the Cherry TV women discuss the difference between reaching orgasm via masturbation and...
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Hear the women discuss the differences between orgasms they have while masturbating versus orgasms they have with a partner. Female1: It’s so much easier for me to have an orgasm masturbating and it’s almost as if like its so much more work to do it having an orgasm with a partner so sometimes it’s just like why? You know, but then with a partner, it’s so much more like you were saying, intimate and you're–you know, connecting with that person. It’s definitely not so much different physically, just different emotionally and psychologically. Female2: Yeah! I think it’s also the difference of somebody doing something that’s unexpected. Like when I am masturbating, I know what's coming because I'm doing it. If someone is you know, going down on me or stimulating me in some way, I don't know what's around the corner so there is that whole element of surprise which is also a turn on. I feel–for me that’s a problem sometimes with masturbating is that I can get into this routine, you know, a bare routine it was like, “Okay, lay down this way. Put the pillow here. Start doing this, do this, come.” And with a partner it’s not like that. There's always something different. And there's always that level of excitement which I tried to introduced for myself more but its definitely–it can become routine. Female3: You see, that’s puzzling to me because it sounds like all people that are doing this with you are like these experts that have this magic up their sleeves and every one is trying different things and they're all getting there. To me like–the people that I'm often with are like–they're less than the routine that we’ve just talked about. Like I've got my routine too and if they can’t match that routine, I'm like, “Come on, do this, fix this move here, faster, slower.” And I'm like–like they're just clocking the other way. I'm like, “just get out of here.” Vibrator, you know, until I feel–okay, I mean, I'm not glad, “Oh, good.” It’s not like that, I hope it is like that but you know what I mean, I feel like mine are less than and yours is adding more than, you know. Just like in the moment when they're actually going for it, when they're trying to like round the home plate, whatever, I find the other things kind of distracting. I hate to say it because I enjoy all those other things. But I can’t really concentrate in any place and I'm like, you know, when if there's just like, just pausing, distracting my face, and just like -- its distracting. Female4: Interesting, okay. Female1: I think absolutely, I think its something like the– Female3: Thank you for backing me up. Female1: That leads up to it, right? And so that at that moment of orgasming its like meditation and you're focusing on that point and its like when you're trying to meditate if you're hearing all sorts of noises and you know, taxi cabs or whatever then you can’t meditate and so if you're trying to orgasm and like you said, somebody was distracting your face or something. Female3: That’s totally well said. If I try to meditate and having noise around, it’s exactly right. Female5: Because its kind of like a combined space but its also like for you and your own personal area and I think sometimes like when they're coming with the tongue like to attack you, its like, give me my space, like this is time, back off. Even though it’s nice them there, you know. I think it’s kind of finding the balance, if it’s somebody, if they're good at it, that’s one thing. But if they're bad, it would totally ruin the mood for me, totally. Female6: Do you think most guys that in your experience have been able to sense when you need that or no? Female5: No. Female6: But can you sense when they need that? Female3: I think so.

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