“Small dick sucks”, “not every girl squirts” and others lies about sex

— Small dick sucks, hun?

— Fuck! The condom broke!

FML!

I’ve had many experiences with guys who finish and totally ignore my pleasure.

Here is a basic (silly) list of good manners in bed:

  1. Make sure you are clean and smelling good (specially down there). If not and you are both still down for the cause, at least give your partner the option of not having oral sex.
  2. Be considerate with your partner. Check if they are comfortable with the position. For example, help them out with an extra pillow.
  3. Communicate. When you go to a restaurant you know what you like and what you dislike, right? In bed it’s quite the same. Let your partner know how you like your steak. Guide them to do things that you enjoy.

Do women actually know what they like in bed?

How can you expect that someone would know your body and preferences better than you?

Here’s a list of things a woman can do to get an orgasm:

  1. Take a shower or a bath in the dark. I talked about it in my first post.
  2. Whenever chilling in bed by yourself, be more…hands on. Literally. Explore what you got down there. Get a little mirror and watch your vagina. Learn her contours and shape.
  3. Use some lube to make your exploration more enjoyable. You can even have a sex toy or a dildo to help you find out how do you like to be penetrated. If you like it. Some girls, don’t!
  4. Try OMGYes!, a subscription service offered in a website stocked with instructional videos that teaches you how to make women orgasm. The webseries was developed in a research that combined the wisdom of over 2,000 women, from 18 to 95 years, who revealed their techniques.

It’s not a competition. Everyone can find their own path for happiness. It only depends on you!

Squirting: the myths behind female ejaculation

  • Were these women examined by a doctor or simply responded to a questionnaire? The difference in the accuracy of the study is huge. How many of these 33 women actually knew their own body anatomy?
  • If examined by a doctor, were these women sexually aroused in the moment of the examination? It’s important to know because the urethra, vagina and clitoris share a vasculature and nerve supplied and formed as a tissue cluster. The place is described as “locus of female sexual function and orgasm” or G spot. These tissues around urethra swell with sexual arousal.

Squirting is all about training and practice.

I’ll tell you, even though the “little key” is inside of me, sometimes I just cannot let it go.

The feeling might be explained by a tiny pressure in our urethra when we are about to expel the first jet.

The more we know the better it gets!

How about you? Have you explored your own body? What did you find out? Share with us & become Odara daily! See You Next Tuesday! ;-)

How do you do #ToBecomeOdara?
Tell me! @anaclaraotoni.

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