More is going on for them both before intercourse begins
I started yesterday morning and wore a plug all day, but last night I replaced it with a long thin vibrator that I have for years but don use that much anymore, I fell asleep with it in all night. Woke up this morning put my favorite plug inI started yesterday morning and wore a plug all day, but last night I replaced it with a long thin vibrator that I have for years but don use that much anymore, I fell asleep with it in all night. Woke up this morning put my favorite plug in and tonight I will go back to the vibe.
When intercourse is all or most of what’s going on, that’s not how you’re most likely to orgasm, not because you’re abnormal, but mostly because that activity, all by itself, is a lot less likely than other activities to provide the kind of stimulation genital and otherwise that most commonly elicits orgasm.Most receptive partners who reach orgasm while having intercourse do because there is way more going on than just intercourse. More is going on for them both before intercourse begins and/or during intercourse, where other sexual activities are added to intercourse or done before, like receptive manual sex (using the hands and fingers on the genitals) or oral sex, masturbation, the use of sex toys, kissing, full body stroking or other things, including what we can do with things like using language and fantasy during sex. As well, folks who do also are usually being clear with partners about what feels good and doesn’t, and those partners are responding to that information in what they’re doing and how they’re doing it penis pump, rather than just doing what feels good to them with no real regard for the other person present and what they find feels good.It’s also worth noting that when penis in vagina intercourse is all that’s going on, you’re probably a lot less likely to be aroused enough because that activity by itself often isn’t all that stimulating, and you may even find that intercourse sometimes feels painful or even feels like almost nothing at all.
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In the onslaught of unveiling, I thought it would be useful to take a step back and address something crucial: the pleasure of consent.»So what if, instead of sharing the story of when I was 12, I told you the story of how when I was 16, the 20 year old barista who made out with me after punk shows told me he wanted to be respectful of my boundaries and when we started to have intercourse one night, he paused and asked if it was okay, and when I said I wasn’t sure, he stopped without protest? What if, instead, I told you about how when I did eventually start having sex with a different boyfriend that it was tender and protected and discussed at length in advance? What if I told you about how the first time I explored dominant/submissive dynamics, that my partner went slow and checked in all the time, and would back off in response to my body’s signals, even when I verbally (and unconvincingly) said it was okay to keep going?Or what if we talked about the incredible heat of consensual foreplay; of hands on hard dicks, and fingers in wet cunts, and tongues desperate for mouths? What if we talked about explosive orgasms, and the silly and joyful pleasure of sexting? (What if we asked why these kinds of sentences are more often censored than sentences about sexual harm?)And what if we also talked about the times that were neither entirely consensual but also not entirely abusive? Like the time, with a person I met at a party, when I was drunk and so was he and that although he fucked me and I barely remember it, it didn’t feel traumatic and I don’t consider it rape. (Which is not to say others wouldn’t be traumatized by it, or consider it rape, which would also be true, and which is why this is all very complicated.) Or like the time I was in a toxic relationship and my queer partner and I, at different times, pressured each other for sex, and how often we’d feel upset or confused after, and how we talked through those moments and cried and went to therapy and did the hard work of rebuilding trust in our intimacy. What if we talked about how I didn’t want to publicly shame and call out any of the people from these in between scenarios, but instead wanted to think through mutual complicity, and solutions on how to heal to do better moving forward?This is where transformative justice comes in.