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 on: December 19, 2010, 01:57:44 PM 
Started by gdmon9 - Last post by gdmon9
I have always wondered about this one story I will briefly share. It's maybe a little gross, but kind of funny, so don't be afraid to laugh.
A few years ago, when I was twenty years old and working at a summer camp, I became involved with this one girl there. We started sleeping together and I wanted to gain more experience of course, especially in eating pussy. So one day, we were in her room, and I went down on her. I don't think we'd actually had sex at this point, and she was very insistent about not making noise because she didn't want to upset other people. I suppose these two factors contributed to my uncertainty about what followed. I didn't have any real technique at this point, so I just licked and slobbered everywhere, got my face right in there, fingered her a little. And she was panting a little and moving her legs around and enjoying it, but eventually I stopped licking her, because I was just tired of it, and as far as I could see, it could just go on forever.
So shortly afterward, we got dressed and went outside and had a cigarette. My girlfriend laughed and told me that I had stuff on my face. I couldn't even feel anything and though Oh wow. So I went to the nearest bathroom and sure enough, there was this long white streak of what looked like cum on my cheek. I washed it off, but ever since then have wondered: did this mean I gave her an orgasm? Because she never went absolutely wild or anything, and I didn't feel her ejaculate. I might have just rubbed my face up against her vagina and gotten it wet. But if she was wet enough to make a big stain on my face, then had she reached some sort of orgasm? I still don't know. Later in our relationship, I was eating her out again and that time she really did cum, as she confirmed to me, but it wasn't nearly as wet. Let me know your thoughts.

 on: November 29, 2010, 09:39:25 PM 
Started by washann - Last post by washann
Something very odd happened yesterday to me.  I am an 50 plus female and used my vibrator just for a few minutes when I achieved an orgasm.  I stood up to put it away and i felt another one coming and another and another.  I have multiple orgasms with my partner that last about 8 minutes so I knew what what happening.  This continued for 4 hours averaging about 120 per hour.  I was in agony and exhausted but they wouldn't stop. I tried to keep still but but my body would not let me, the more I squeezed my legs together the more pronounced they would become.  Previous to this starting I had rung the dr for an appt due to another issue.  I tried to get in the car but i couldn't walk straight so I rang my son to take me to the drs.  I couldn't go by taxi or public transport as i was acting like i was in bed with my partner and the things I was yelling out would not have been appropriate to be heard in public.  by the time 1 hr had passed my throat was dry and I was gulping water.  i was completely exhausted.  I even went back to bed with my vibrator to see if having 1 big orgasm would have been the end of it.  But no they just kept on coming.  by this time both my arms were going numb with a tingly pins and needles sensation and my fingers felt as they were being contorted on my hands.  I was literally in tears. I thought of getting an ambulance to hospital but i was very embarrassed. I was feeling dizzy as well so I waited outside for my son to pick me up in case i passed out inside.  I never swear or use 4 letter words except in heated lovemaking sessions but they were spewing from my mouth. We got to the drs and because I was shaking i was put in a room on my own.  I ended up sitting on the floor cos the light headedness might have made me fall off the chair. When the dr came in I was in full swearing mode and im sure he thought i had been possessed.  I had to explain what had happened.  Still I felt so embarrassed I couldn't look at him. He gave me something to relax my muscles and then worked out that because i had been throwing up the week before I hadn't been taking my normal meds and stopping them cold turkey could have had this as a side effect.  As the sensation started wearing off i did feel a little more myself but now I am afraid to touch myself there in innocent showering and toileting. I do have to go back on my meds which i have started and I need a check up in two more days and now I am scared to have sex again. Everything I have stated did happen as I know it is hard to believe and I have never heard of anything similar to this before of such a length of time with out continuous stimulating. Unfortunately I can only use the web to research as I would be to humiliated to repeat this to friends to see if they had heard of anything like this before.

 on: October 04, 2010, 08:00:50 PM 
Started by toomanyorgasms - Last post by tia82
Wow, that's very inspiring! I thought I was doing well to get 67 within an hour...

 on: October 02, 2010, 01:57:48 AM 
Started by KatherineL - Last post by KatherineL
For women: http://ThighSqueeze.com is designed for you to fully educate yourself regarding your sexuality and to expand Chakra 1 & 2 to harnest the power of the infinite Yin.  Men on the other hand can also benefit by studying this site and reading all its articles, especially Men Vs. Women Part2.

 on: October 02, 2010, 01:54:10 AM 
Started by newtofmo - Last post by KatherineL
Women owns in the nerve category as well as the size (bigger than men's).  The quantity, quality are far superior.  http://thighsqueeze.com/pages/clitoris.htm

 on: October 02, 2010, 01:20:40 AM 
Started by toomanyorgasms - Last post by KatherineL
That's so amazing... you're 72?  May I share your story on my site ThighSqueeze.com?

 on: March 31, 2010, 06:08:36 AM 
Started by WandaD - Last post by WandaD
Hi everyone, I want to share a link with you to a review of a book called Lick By Lick which my husband has recently purchased and I'm so happy he did. It has greatly improved our sex life (which was getting a little stale). I used to have trouble reaching orgasm but not anymore  Smiley

Here is the link to the review for anyone who is interested http://thelickbylickreview.blogspot.com/

 on: January 19, 2010, 06:16:09 PM 
Started by honourine - Last post by honourine
Okay, here it is straight from the source. Below is the abstract of the study published by the british researchers.

Genetic and Environmental Influences on self-reported G-Spots in Women: A Twin Study
Andrea Virginia Burri, MSc, Lynn Cherkas, PhD, and Timothy D. Spector, MD
Department of Twin Research and Genetic Epidemiology, King's College London, London, UK


Introduction. There is an ongoing debate around the existence of the G-spot—an allegedly highly sensitive area on the anterior wall of the human vagina. The existence of the G-spot seems to be widely accepted among women, despite the failure of numerous behavioral, anatomical, and biochemical studies to prove its existence. Heritability has been demonstrated in all other genuine anatomical traits studied so far.

Aim. To investigate whether the self-reported G-spot has an underlying genetic basis.

Methods. 1804 unselected female twins aged 22–83 completed a questionnaire that included questions about female sexuality and asked about the presence or absence of a G-spot. The relative contribution of genetic and environmental factors to variation in the reported existence of a G-spot was assessed using a variance components model fitting approach.

Main Outcome Measures. Genetic variance component analysis of self-reported G-spot.

Results. We found 56% of women reported having a G-spot. The prevalence decreased with age. Variance component analyses revealed that variation in G-spot reported frequency is almost entirely a result of individual experiences and random measurement error (>89%) with no detectable genetic influence. Correlations with associated general sexual behavior, relationship satisfaction, and attitudes toward sexuality suggest that the self-reported G-spot is to be a secondary pseudo-phenomenon.

Conclusions. To our knowledge, this is the largest study investigating the prevalence of the G-spot and the first one to explore an underlying genetic basis. A possible explanation for the lack of heritability may be that women differ in their ability to detect their own (true) G-spots. However, we postulate that the reason for the lack of genetic variation—in contrast to other anatomical and physiological traits studied—is that there is no physiological or physical basis for the G-spot. Burri AV, Cherkas L, and Spector TD. Genetic and environmental influences on self-reported G-spots in women: A twin study. J Sex Med **;**:**–**.

 on: January 19, 2010, 06:09:28 PM 
Started by honourine - Last post by honourine
Hello All,

I just read an article that I want to share with everyone. Apparently, a recent twin study done on nearly 2000 women conclude that the G-spot doesn't exist. However, forum postings seem to show different results!

What an anti-climax: G-spot is a myth
January 3, 2010

A sexual quest that has for years baffled millions of women — and men — may have been in vain. A study by British scientists has found that the mysterious G-spot, the sexual pleasure zone said to be possessed by some women but denied to others, may not exist at all.

The scientists at King’s College London who carried out the study claim there is no evidence for the existence of the G-spot — supposedly a cluster of internal nerve endings — outside the imagination of women influenced by magazines and sex therapists. They reached their conclusions after a survey of more than 1,800 British women.

“Women may argue that having a G-spot is due to diet or exercise, but in fact it is virtually impossible to find real traits,” said Tim Spector, professor of genetic epidemiology, who co-authored the research. “This is by far the biggest study ever carried out and it shows fairly conclusively that the idea of a G-spot is subjective.”

In the research, 1,804 British women aged 23-83 answered questionnaires. All were pairs of identical or non-identical twins. Identical twins share all their genes, while non-identical pairs share 50% of theirs. If one identical twin reported having a G-spot, this would make it far more likely that her sister would give the same answer. But no such pattern emerged, suggesting the G-spot is a matter of the woman’s subjective opinion.

While 56% of women overall claimed to have a G-spot, they tended to be younger and more sexually active. Identical twins were no more likely to share the characteristic than non-identical twins.

Andrea Burri, who led the research, said she was anxious to remove feelings of “inadequacy or underachievement” that might affect women who feared they lacked a G-spot.

“It is rather irresponsible to claim the existence of an entity that has never really been proven and pressurise women — and men, too,” she said.

Most conventional doctors have always doubted that G-spots exist. “I think this study proves the difference between popular science and biological or anatomical science,” said Gedis Grudzinskas, consultant gynaecologist at London Bridge hospital.

Beverly Whipple, emeritus professor at Rutgers University, New Jersey, helped to popularise the G-spot, named after Ernst Gräfenberg, a German scientist who claimed to have discovered the elusive erogenous zone in 1950.

Whipple found G-spots in a study of 400 women and has written a number of books on the phenomenon.

This weekend she dismissed the findings of the British study as “flawed”, saying the researchers had discounted the experiences of lesbian or bisexual women and failed to consider the effects of different sexual technique.

“The biggest problem with their findings is that twins don’t generally have the same sexual partner,” said Whipple.

The quest for the G-spot will not be abandoned. The Journal of Sexual Medicine, which is publishing Burri’s and Spector’s work this week, is planning a debate, with publication of research from the pro and anti G-spot camps.

Meanwhile, David Matlock, a Beverly Hills cosmetic surgeon, is credited with creating an artificial version of the G-spot. In some cases this has resulted in an over-sensitive zone which induces orgasms when, for example, women drive over bumps in the road.

source: http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/science/article6973971.ece

 on: January 09, 2010, 02:51:05 AM 
Started by marichu19 - Last post by marichu19
I am new here to say all of you hi. Hope to be welcomed by all of you. I would like to be the part of the discussion going in this forum. And I think that you are enjoying a lot on this site. I am here for too which will enjoy soon. I am new here and I hope you will guide me to follow the rules of this site.

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