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First of all thank you all for the fast replies! I like your site, and it is good to be a part of it!
And special thanks to you, Anya. Maybe I shouldn't even be a typical guy defending his ego & image, but I think you got me a little bit wrong on a few points. Me comparing two women came out specially wrong. Maybe I just wanted to show that I "helped make" orgasms to other women - just so I wouldn't get an answer like "did you try foreplay". :-)
My question was primarily directed at what you know about learning to have orgasms. I have talked with some women who acquired it with age, so I am trying to find out how. I heard stuff from the effectiveness of combined orgasms, to vaginal muscle exercises, to of course psychological stuff. So Anya, you are very right that she shouldn't feel pressured, and I will do my best to help her feel that (no-pressure). But the thing is that she is very curious about these orgasms, not just me. (so I guess this is where you got me a bit wrong.....or my English wasn't good enough :) So anyway, thank you on the technical advice too, as well as the psychological type of advice. And before you tell me, I promise: I won't forget that what we are talking about is not psychology, positions, biceps and endorphins - but we are primarily talking about making love. Do you agree? :-)
I wish you all the best ubermoles & ubermale & keep up the good work & the honesty thing! Further
ANYA: Thanks for your great response. Sorry if I sounded like a typical feminist pouncing on you like that - it was just that when you said your g/f was happy with her sex life, I took you literally. If she IS interested in exploring different types of orgasms, there are several instructional videos & books for women on techniques for orgasm and female ejaculation available from Intimate Gifts and Toys in Babeland - (see below). I haven't actually seen these myself, but the female staff there recommend them and they sure know their stuff. Remember, though, that it's not just technique - some people can wiggle their ears, some women can have major G-spot orgasms & ejaculate. If she tries the techniques & it doesn't happen, it could be simply that she doesn't have the nerve pathways. As I said before, the G-spot is thought to be related to childbirth & it's sexual aspects are really just a very pleasant side benefit. But it's certainly worth checking out the techniques, cos when it works, wow. For a link to the latest professional advice about female ejaculation, check out the G-zone, Dr Gary Schubach's site. For someone who hasn't GOT a G-spot, this guy knows his stuff....
And I take your point about making love - love is certainly the best ingredient to a fabulous sex life. Although you can still have a fine time without it *lol*. I could go on for ages about my opinion on the relative merits of "relationship sex" vs "recreational sex" but I'll save that for when someone actually asks...
Dr Gary Schubach's site - all you ever wanted to know about the G-spot and female ejaculation.