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    (Original post by Drogue)
    It's not a thing about a vibrator replacing us, we know there are emotional things attached. But the fact a vibrator may be used when your horny but can't be bothered to have sex, or just when you don't get off during sex, could still be painful. The fact it has *some* use that means you wouldn't use us for it does replace us in some small way.
    My rabbit for me = your hand for you. We would essentially just use each respective 'tool' to make ourselves come. Which is why I wouldn't expect to need to use it when I'm with you; and same principle for your hand :rolleyes:
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    Lauren, try searching google for "retarded ejaculation" - maybe you have the female equivalent?
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    Going back to a couple of days ago...the wikipedia diagram might have been helpful...but you cant deny that the video is even better....
    please dont ask me how i found out this existed!

    http://www.boreme.com/boremerigid/fu...4/m-g-spot.php
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    (Original post by bikerx23)
    Going back to a couple of days ago...the wikipedia diagram might have been helpful...but you cant deny that the video is even better....
    please dont ask me how i found out this existed!

    http://www.boreme.com/boremerigid/fu...4/m-g-spot.php
    :rofl:
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    (Original post by Scarlett_Jewel)
    My rabbit for me = your hand for you. We would essentially just use each respective 'tool' to make ourselves come. Which is why I wouldn't expect to need to use it when I'm with you; and same principle for your hand :rolleyes:
    *pounces on Gemski*
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    That video is Genius!
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    (Original post by bikerx23)
    Going back to a couple of days ago...the wikipedia diagram might have been helpful...but you cant deny that the video is even better....
    please dont ask me how i found out this existed!

    http://www.boreme.com/boremerigid/fu...4/m-g-spot.php
    So you mean when I've been tickling their bellies that hasnt been they're G-spot I've been hitting :confused:?

    I dont want to put my hand up there....ewwww...
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    (Original post by Luize)
    That video is Genius!

    gotta agrre - blokes take note!
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    (Original post by Amzybaby24)
    gotta agrre - blokes take note!
    Just need big road sign directions for the clitoris as well as a video, a leaflet, a demonstration and a bit red "you should be here" arrow :p:
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    (Original post by imasillynarb)
    Lauren, try searching google for "retarded ejaculation" - maybe you have the female equivalent?
    anorgasmia or something - i think is a medical inability to orgasm.

    http://www.medicinenet.com/script/ma...ticlekey=38109

    (Original post by Psychology Today)

    Orgasmic dysfunction is an inhibition of the orgasmic phase of the sexual response cycle. A woman or man may respectively be diagnosed with Female Orgasmic Disorder or Male Orgasmic Disorder though for men it is less common. When men experience difficulty in achieving sexual climax, the cause is usually medical, drug or alcohol-related, though these factors can contribute to women’s difficulties achieving sexual climax as well. For women, the condition is referred to as primary when the female has never experienced orgasm through any means of stimulation. The problem is called secondary if the woman has attained orgasm in the past but is currently nonorgasmic. For men, the disorder might present itself as an inability to reach orgasm during sexual intercourse or it might be seen as ejaculation only after prolonged and intense non-intercourse stimulation.

    Symptoms
    An inability to reach orgasm in general or with certain forms of sexual stimulation.

    Causes
    Some drugs may sedate and impair orgasmic responsiveness, including alcohol. Infrequently, medical conditions that affect the nerve supply to the pelvis (such as multiple sclerosis, diabetic neuropathy, and spinal cord injury), hormone disorders, and chronic illnesses that affect general sexual interest and health may be factors. Negative attitudes toward sex in childhood may inhibit responsiveness, as may experiences of sexual abuse or rape. The problem may be related to marital strife and lack of emotional closeness, which may also cause low sexual desire. Boredom and monotony in sexual activity may also contribute to secondary anorgasmia.

    Primary orgasmic dysfunction, wherein the woman has never experienced an orgasm, appears to characterize about 10% to 15% of women. Surveys generally suggest that somewhere between 33% to 50% of women experience orgasm infrequently and are dissatisfied with how often they reach orgasm. Performance anxiety is believed to be the most common cause of orgasm problems, and 90% or more of orgasm problems appear to be psychogenic (nonorganic) in nature.

    Prevention

    Education about sexual stimulation and response, and healthy attitudes toward sex tend to minimize problems. The principle of taking responsibility for one’s own sexual pleasure is also vitally important. Couples who realize that they must verbally and nonverbally guide their partner in providing them with the stimulation that feels best will undoubtedly experience this problem less frequently. It is also important to realize that one cannot will a sexual response, and the harder a woman focuses on willing an orgasm to happen, the more elusive the achievement of orgasm will become.

    Treatment
    A physical examination is almost always normal. If the onset of the problem coincided with beginning to use a medication, this should be discussed with the prescribing physician. Interviewing of the couple by a qualified specialist in sex therapy is most likely to elicit useful information about the causes.

    Treatment through education about the principles cited above has been found to be helpful. In the treatment of primary anorgasmia, the initial objective is to be able to obtain an orgasm under any circumstances. Most women require clitoral stimulation to reach an orgasm. Incorporating this into sexual activity may be all that is necessary. If orgasm difficulties persist, graduated assignments for masturbation when the partner is not present (to exert an inhibiting influence) usually result in success. This may then be followed by a series of couple assignments that minimize performance anxiety and pressure, and maximize communication, increasingly varied and more effective stimulation, and playfulness. Gradually, these assignments make it possible for the person to achieve orgasm with their partner.

    Similar task assignments are usually part of the therapy of the woman with secondary or situational anorgasmia, but masturbation has not generally been found to be helpful as a treatment with these problems. In secondary dysfunction, marital difficulties sometimes play a role, and thus treatment may also sometimes need to include communication training and relationship enhancement work. It is also important in treatment to ascertain that the problem is only one of anorgasmia, and that there is not also a coexisting problem with inhibited sexual desire. Sometimes hypnosis may also assist in increasing concentration, exploring and overcoming subconscious conflicts, and minimizing performance anxiety. Women’s therapy groups focused exclusively on this problem have also been found to have some effectiveness.

    Success rates when orgasmic dysfunction is treated by specialists in sex therapy usually are in the range of 65% to 85%. In primary orgasmic dysfunction, treatment is usually successful in 75% to 90% of cases. A positive prognosis (probable outcome) is usually associated with being younger, emotionally healthy, and having a loving, affectionate relationship with a partner.

    Complications

    When enjoyment does not accompany sex, it can become a chore rather than a mutually satisfying, playful, and intimate experience. When anorgasmia persists, sexual desire usually declines, sexual frequency wanes, and this often creates resentment and conflict in the relationship.
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    oooh, interesting! i may have to talk to my doctor if it doesnt happen in the next year or so, we'll have to see....
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    (Original post by Amzybaby24)
    gotta agrre - blokes take note!
    Apparently i found it without even trying(or knowing) and i had no trouble finding the clitoris.

    It seems i have good instincts.
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    (Original post by Mr_Pedantic)
    Apparently i found it without even trying(or knowing) and i had no trouble finding the clitoris.

    It seems i have good instincts.

    hmm wish all mend id!
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    lol, he does know me better than i know myself. lol
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    (Original post by kingslaw)
    So you mean when I've been tickling their bellies that hasnt been they're G-spot I've been hitting :confused:?

    I dont want to put my hand up there....ewwww...
    Dont be too disheartened...from experience most women have several very sensitive areas, and one of my exes was her bellybutton....so if u want to feel better about urself, her number is.....
    glad you liked the video...shame it isn't even more 70's esque...but not about co complain!
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    You might want to read this


    "Female orgasm is 'down to genes'

    A third of women said they never or seldom achieved orgasm
    The reason why some women have problems reaching orgasm might be down to their genes, say UK scientists."

    Full article below:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/4616899.stm
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    (Original post by Col-C)
    You might want to read this


    "Female orgasm is 'down to genes'

    A third of women said they never or seldom achieved orgasm
    The reason why some women have problems reaching orgasm might be down to their genes, say UK scientists."

    Full article below:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/4616899.stm
    Was just goint to post about this. There's another version of the article here.
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    (Original post by pixie_eyes)
    I don't doubt that many women do 'come'/'***' whilst having sex. However, many women don't. Just wondering if anyone knows why. I don't think I have before and I was also wondering how to make it possible? Is the feeling really like nothing else, because if so then I havn't. Just wondering if it could've possibly happened without me recognising it as an orgasm..

    I know men need to come, they're designed that way to reproduce.. but it's not fair how they can a Lot easier than females. Anyone feel the frustration as well?

    Anyone reading this also had difficulty coming but has found a solution?

    Thanks. :rolleyes:

    Well i just read on the bbc website that scientists have just discovered that the inability for a woman to ***/have organsm is related to a gene. (Gene problem) according to research. Do check it out....
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    some people have to have an operation to be able to come
    some are gifted.... the ones that totaly drench the bed... and they guys like thoses cause it make them feel really good for being able to do it lmao

    its the same with the desire for sex. some women just don't at all were some crave it

    guys also dont have to come to orgasm
    and can have multiple orgasms.
    some women also cant have multiples.
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    (Original post by Clodagh)
    *pounces on Gemski*

    HEWWO clodsy :dancing: :p: looks like you came into *just* the conversation! :hugs:
 
 
 
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