In this article, we will discuss some of the basic sex questions that we receive from our readers:
1. How do you have sex?
Sexual intercourse is very simple when it happens between a woman and a man. The man’s penis will become erect and hard. Once this happens the man will then push his hard penis into a female’s vagina. He will thrust the penis in and out of the vagina. The vagina should be lubricated, either with natural secretions or with sexual lubrication.
Bringing the female orgasm during sexual intercourse may take some time and experimentation
The thrusting will cause friction that should be pleasurable and exciting to both the woman and the man. After a few minutes of thrusting the man will ejaculate. The woman may also have an orgasm. Bringing the female orgasm during sexual intercourse may take some time and experimentation. While there are several different positions you can enjoy having sex in, the one position that is most common and said to be the most intimate is missionary. Missionary is when the man lays on the woman with her facing him so they can touch and kiss during sex. Anal intercourse, which is also known as anal sex occurs when the man places his penis into a man or a woman’s anus.
2. How to have safe sex?
Safer sex is when a person chooses to take certain precautions in order to reduce their risk of contracting STDs (sexually transmitted diseases) such as HIV while engaging in any sexual activities. Safer sex is important for people of all ages as STDs like HIV can affect anyone at any stage in their life or any age. Also, have a look at our sex tips, which is updated on a daily basis.
In order to engage in safer sex, a person should use a condom. It is possible to practice safe sex without a condom if you are in a monogamous relationship and neither you nor your partner has any STDs. Another option is to avoid performing sexual acts which involve contact with blood and sexual fluids as this is the main means of transmission of HIV and other STDs. If you go with this option, safer sex will include foreplay as opposed to penetrative sex.
3. What is the G-spot? And where is it?
Some researchers who specialize in sex will dispute the existence of the G-spot. Many people, however, believe that the G-spot is just behind the frontal wall within a woman’s vagina, located between the cervix and the pubic bone. When the G-spot is simulated it will create intensive pleasure for the female which will likely bring her to orgasm.
The G-spot is hard to find if you search for it ‘from cold’. If you search when highly aroused you’ll probably experience a feeling of wild excitement when you find it. If you feel yourself leaving your body and soaring, cease all stimulation and just relax, enjoy, wallow. Above all, don’t panic!”
4. What is the clitoris? And where is it?
The small lump that is above the size of a pea at the top of a woman’s vagina just above the urine hole (urethra) is called the clitoris.
Some women complain that guys are a little too rough with their clitoris, strumming it like a guitar rather than touching it lightly.
This part of the woman’s vagina is extremely sensitive and when stimulated either by a partner or yourself may lead to an orgasm. Some women complain that guys are a little too rough with their clitoris, strumming it like a guitar rather than touching it lightly. Because the clitoris is so highly packed with nerve endings, even gentle, slow touch can adequately stimulate the clitoris.
5. How to masturbate?
Everyone masturbates in their own way based on what is the most pleasurable for them. Most men will choose to do so by holding their penis and then rapidly moving their hand down and up in order to ejaculate (referred to as “coming”). Most women will rub both their vulva and clitoris and will sometimes insert one or more fingers into their vagina and move them up and down until they orgasm.
6. Is too much masturbation bad for you?
Masturbation is normal and most people will engage in it as it is a completely natural activity. The only way that masturbation can be harmful is if you do it too frequently and your genital area becomes sore. It will not make you mentally or physically weak, damage your health or stunt your growth. If this was the case, most people around the world would be unhealthy and shorter.
7. How often do people have sex?
Everyone has a different sexual appetite as it depends entirely on personal taste. There is a huge range in frequency of sex with some people engaging in intercourse daily while others will only do so once a month or less. The frequency of intercourse will usually depend on a variety of factors including how a person feels, how busy a person is and whether or not they have a significant other. In general, people tend to have sex much less often than they think about it.
8. How to overcome premature ejaculation?
In most cases, the most effective way for a man to prevent ejaculating prematurely is to attempt to regain control over the ejaculation time by thinking about something dull. It is common for some men to ejaculate before intercourse begins when in a new sexual relationship simply due to the sexual excitement. However, most men are able to control this premature ejaculation over time. It can also help to wear a condom as they will slightly reduce sensitivity. If you live in certain countries, you can also purchase a condom that has a mild anesthetic on the tip in order to reduce sensation and prevent early ejaculation.
9. Does sex hurt?
It is possible for a woman to experience pain during sex especially if she is tense or nervous. Sometimes when a woman experiences fear or stress, she will not produce enough natural lubrication or may tense her vaginal muscles involuntarily, both of which can make penetration difficult.
It is important, however, to always use a water-based lubricant when using a condom because oil based ones (including moisturizing cream and Vaseline) may make the condom break and tear.
It is also possible for sex to hurt during a woman’s first time due to the tearing of her hymen. In most cases when sexual intercourse involves pain, using a lubricant will reduce the pain making it more comfortable. It is important, however, to always use a water-based lubricant when using a condom because oil based ones (including moisturizing cream and Vaseline) may make the condom break and tear. It can also be made more comfortable by making sure that the woman is relaxed and intercourse goes slowly.
Anytime a woman experiences pain that is burning or internal during sex, it is important to talk to her doctor as this may indicate a medical problem such as an infection.
The only time that sex is usually painful for a man is if the penis is in an awkward position. Because of this any pain during intercourse or erection should be discussed with a doctor.
10. What to do if a woman has problems reaching an orgasm?
Some women will not be able to experience an orgasm just through vaginal penetration. In many cases, they will need additional stimulation directly on their clitoris. You could ask your partner to do so manually or orally at any point during, before or after intercourse or instead of it. In order to achieve orgasms during intercourse, it is important to talk to your sexual partner as well as explore what actions stimulate you and which ones do not.