Sexual Differences Between Men and Women Video

Physically there are differences in the way men and women climax, but what about mentally? Is it, as we assume, easier for a guy to reach orgasm when he's not there emotionally? Are we sometimes insensitive in bed to a guy's state of mind?
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Juicy Talk for Women Cherry TV.com Cherry Dish Hear the panelist talk about the differences between the sexes when it comes to being orgasmic. Female 1: I mean men and women are so different in this regard. I feel like for men, orgasm and sex in general can be a really physical, purely physical. And for women, there’s this whole other emotional, psychological aspects. So, like if I just come with myself with a vibrator, I’m thinking about you know, errands I have to run. I’m not going to come. Like I can you know do anything down there and nothing is going to work. But we find–for me, I need to be getting myself psychologically into that place. Like, allowing myself to move in to that sensation and thinking about things that are getting me more and more aroused to be able to orgasm. Female 2: I think it’s emotional for men too. I think that we like to think it’s not because I think men tend to have an easier time like–because with them it’s way more–it’s similar to tell, “Oh, they’re aroused” because they have an erection and they just came because they ejaculated. But there’s also like, having orgasm for a guy is, it’s complex because it’s like, the feeling and also the release and it’s like a 2 part thing. And I really think that like–I think they do have to be really focused on it. And also there’s this, there’s this like pressure from them that they like, you know, if they don’t come or if they lose their erection or something it really like it hurts their ego a lot and so I think that like especially when they're with the partner like–I imagined that it’s just as stressful sometimes because they also, I think like typically are physically more exerting themselves more. And so I think that there’s this like, pressure for them to be like porn stars and stuff like, you know. It’s like I think almost the pressure is–if not the same but more for them. Female 3: Well, it’s interesting because a woman you know, when you fake orgasms or have sex without having orgasm— Female 2: And that’s like okay. Female 3: Right, but like, if a man, and that’s what I think that— Female 2: And they say, sorry, its okay for them to not have orgasm. Female 3: Yes, I know what you're saying. But–so I think that when men have–I think that what makes it so different between men and women is that if a man has an issue with getting an erection, having orgasm that is something that is going to be dealt with then and there. You know, like they’re not going to have sex for 10 years not having orgasms. Whereas women can have sex their entire lives without having an orgasm, you know. Female 4: Well, not to mention the implications of making–trying and having the woman feel like she you know, I think for a long time, my idea of having sex with a man was if they didn’t get off then you’ve done something wrong. That you aren’t attractive enough or you aren’t able to fulfill them which is totally screwed up because women, you know there are so many women who is not even questioned if you don’t cum it’s like, that’s no big deal. Female 2: Yes and I mean I had a partner recently who like couldn’t–like something–like our first time having sex and they just kind of was like–something I think he was just like nervous you know. It was the first time and like he was excited, we were both excited like he was definitely attracted to me. And you know initially maybe I would’ve thought, “Oh no” like it’s something I did. But I think like I’ve gotten to this point where I’m able to like see like, you know I like him on, and I like–trust that easily. You know, he was nervous and I got nervous too. He’s a lot to be nervous and it’s just, I feel–but I thought really bad because like as a male like that’s such a challenging thing to kind of deal with, you know. Juicy Talk for Women Cherry TV.com

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