"8.) The Rhythm of the Night Varies The "pattern" of touch really refers to an interplay of the other three—location, pressure, and shape.The four most commonly selected rhythms, meaning they were a-okayed by more than 75% of respondents, included rhythmic motion, a motion that circles around the clitoris, switching between different types of motions, and switching between more and less intense touch.The wife of an ethics lawyer for the Trump Organization has been arrested after allegedly having sex with an inmate in a car.
The team released (word choice) their findings earlier this summer in the with an article titled "Women’s Sexual Experience With Genital Touching, Sexual Pleasure, and Orgasm: Results From a U. Probability Sample of Women Ages 18 to 94." As that helpfully thorough title clues us in, they anonymously surveyed 1,055 women from the Internet, with ages spanning from "prom princess" to "hip granny," about what they like to go down, And speaking of below, check there for the nine most useful, and often surprising, takeaways from the participants' compiled responses. The report delineated "touch" with four focuses: location, pressure, shape, and pattern.Most ladies—around two thirds—favored direct clitoral stimulation, but many also liked touching just off to the sides, just above, or just below.In fact, significantly more women, 43%, said they come at least 75% of the time during penile-vaginal intercourse with additional clitoral stimulation.Those are pretty good odds, friends."These results indicate that, for many women, clitoral stimulation during penetration is impactful on orgasm frequency, quality, or both," the article claims, "which has implications for assisting couples who seek advice on improving their sex life, given the importance of orgasm consistency in overall sexual satisfaction." This is a fancy way of saying, "Did you know that the clitoris is a holy, sacred thing?A light brushing over the clitoris without applying pressure at all was another popular preference.
Most women said they only really like one level of pressure.
It's probably only a matter of time until someone patents a "BFFO"—Best Friends For Orgasms—jewelry line. Sigmund Freud had a since-debunked theory way back in the day suggesting that vaginal orgasms are more "mature" than clitoral orgasms, and these findings are calling BS once again.
Fewer than one in five women, roughly 18%, reported that vaginal penetration alone during intercourse was sufficient for orgasm.
While only 1.9%, or 18, of respondents endorsed all 12 specific styles, it's quite possible many others just hadn't experienced them all. Now that we've relieved stress, let's discuss the amount of force that should be applied to vaginal touching.
HINT: If just noticed a few on the list that you've never given a trial-run, you should do that. The majority approved of light- or medium-pressure touch on their vulva.
And in order to achieve that second coming, 33.5% said that "what felt best after their first orgasm was to continue with the same kind of stimulation, 53.3% indicated returning to earlier kinds of stimulation to 'rebuild,' and 32.8% said that what felt best was a completely different kind of stimulation from what was used to reach the first orgasm. As stated above, most women admitted that some orgasms feel better than others, around 78% in this particular survey.