Women are always on , but is this stopping us from getting turned on? But worrying about gas bills that need paying is never going to be conducive to a good time. One such study, from , found women who regularly reached orgasm tended to focus more on the sensations of sex and how their body felt — basically, sex mindfulness — compared to women who found it harder to orgasm. Negative thoughts during sex are also — perhaps unsurprisingly — a barrier. Even the words we use to describe orgasm can play a part in making women less likely to come.
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Hysterical Literature by Clayton Cubitt: Read Until Orgasm | Vanity Fair
In the videos below, a series of women sit at a desk and read a book of their choosing aloud. As their reading session continues, you may notice a quickness of breath, some fumbling over easily legible words, light panting, shivering, giggling and moaning. No, these physical reactions aren't responses to the texts themselves, but rather to an unseen assistant pleasuring said women with vibrators under the table. Eventually, they climax. The piece, by artist Clayton Cubitt, is titled " Hysterical Literature ," and is slated to go on view as part of Mass MoCA's " Bibliothecaphilia " exhibition later this month. I wanted to see what people would react to more: what they could see, or what they imagined.
I’ll Read What She’s Reading
But we forget that on the screens, especially the small ones pornography , an orgasm is often performative. They can visibly ejaculate. Sex and relationship expert Dr. When asked to describe orgasm, the responses vary wildly.
It could be clitoral, vaginal, even cervical — or a mix of all three. Direct or indirect stimulation of the clitoris can lead to a clitoral orgasm. Your fingers, palm, or a small vibrator can all help you have a clitoral orgasm.