How to Reach Orgasm During Intercourse Video

Achieving orgasm through intercourse, for many of us, it's easy, but not for all. Basic penetration doesn't always do the trick.
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In this episode, the women talk about reaching orgasm during intercourse for the first time. Participant: I remember actually being amazed because I had had sex for several years maybe as 20 or something the first time through intercourse because I had had orgasm through oral sex but I was just like, “oh my god!” It almost felt it was an achievement. I was like, “thank god, sex is no longer boring.” I can actually have orgasm having sex. Participant: Well, it is an achievement and somebody went to me, think about it, the first time that you have an orgasm with the partner and you're like working so hard on it and you know, maybe you’ve had an orgasm through masturbation or through oral sex or to manual sex, but the first that you actually and especially if you like or are able to cum together it is like, “Whew! Hard work done well.” Like it takes a while. Participant: You know, let alone in you know in unison with someone else. Because it took me a long time, I mean, I lost virginity when I was 19 but I think I was so used to myself, I think it was really hard for me to have an orgasm with a partner that I definitely could not have it from intercourse. It took me about seven or eight more years before I could actually have it from having sex and it was really complicated like it wasn’t just have sex when I had an orgasm. It’s really —for some women it’s really difficult. And some women, you know, don’t ever and I though I was one of those women that I was like I will just never have an orgasm from having intercourse. Participant: The first time I had sex was with a woman so the first time I had sex, I had an orgasm. She knew what she was doing. And I was like so—because I didn’t have sex until I was 22, and I was like super ready, you know, so I was just like, “lets do this thing and lets do it right.” And I just totally, I don’t think I had any inhibitions because I thought it was going to be a one night stand but it actually turned out to be a three year real relationship, but yeah, it was great. Question: Now once you, you know, you said it took a while to have through with a partner, once that happened, did that change your sex life or did it change your approach? Participant: Absolutely! Yeah! Because now it’s like, if I don’t have an orgasm when I’m having sex then there's really something wrong. And if it’s from me not being able to, you know, that’s frustrating, but with hard work and the right partner, it’s okay. But when its just from the guy being like, oh, yes, I'm done. That’s no. And that’s—I don’t know why some men think its okay for that to happen. So I’m kind of, not to say that I’m spoiled now, but yeah, I expect it every time just as any man would expect an orgasm every time they have sex. I think that once as a woman you do have an orgasm, you expect it every time. Participant: You see, I don’t because I can’t do it every time with a partner. Participant: Right. That’s what you're saying, if its your own—you know, or like, for me it takes a lot of work and a lot of time some like, never mind. Participant: With a new person, you see, I’m talking about—because I’ve been with the same person— Participant: With a partner— Participant: Oh! Yes! Over a year and a half, so if it didn’t happen now, I’d be like—start, lets do it again. But with a new person, absolutely I wouldn’t be able to the first or may be at all for a while. But with the same person, I think after a while, you just get sort of spoiled. Participant: Who you're like, you know me by now honey, you should do this right. Participant: Yeah! I have no complaints. Participant: But if it didn’t happen I would have a lot of complaints, I would be complaining a lot.

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