Are there really different types of female orgasms? I get this question a lot. Women ask about the validity of differentiating between orgasms such as: clitoral, G-spot, A-spot, blended, uterine and on the list goes. Honestly, even the scientists cannot agree on the answer to this question, so let's just say there isn't one "right" answer. There is not one orgasm that is “better” than another.
Music is proven to have a very powerful effect on our behavior. Music is also known to increase our focus. Using our sense of hearing for pleasure, by connecting with music sensually can be a potent aphrodisiac.
Feeling desire spontaneously or in advance is not required to express your sexuality in a way you enjoy or to have “good sex.” The truth about desire is that there is more than one style or pattern. It is normal for partners to have mismatched desire styles. It doesn’t mean something is “broken” in one partner.
Good communication is one of the keys to a nourishing relationship. Talking about the topic of sex is one area where many people seriously struggle to have open conversation. The fact is that it is absolutely normal to have to discuss and negotiate the many facets of sex - whether that’s frequency, preferences or changes.
I left my nursing clinical position earlier this year to pursue the passion of my heart: to teach and speak to women, especially about sex, intimacy and parenting our children through their growing sexuality.