clitoral stimulation

clitoral stimulation

A form of sexual manipulation of the clitoris, either by oneself (masturbation) or by a partner.
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This is no small omission, since between 70 and 95 percent of women require direct clitoral stimulation to reach orgasm.
nationally representative data on pathways to orgasm during intercourse, noting that nearly 75 percent of women reported that clitoral stimulation was either necessary for their intercourse-orgasms, or helped their orgasms feel better, while 18 percent noted that vaginal penetration alone was sufficient for orgasm.
Meanwhile, 36 percent said they also needed clitoral stimulation to get an orgasm and another 36 percent claimed the stimulation enhanced the intensity of the orgasm and the overall sexual experience.
4 In order to climax, a woman almost always needs some sort of clitoral stimulation.
I combined vaginal penetration with clitoral stimulation and had one of the biggest orgasms of my life.
Don't feel bad if you only orgasm with clitoral stimulation - only 30% of women can climax through vaginal intercourse.
While sex therapy interventions incorporating explicit instructions and specific models of direct clitoral stimulation have been used to improve coital orgasm consistency among women, it is unclear whether simple exposure to sexually explicit models without specific instructional focus can stimulate such change.
Clitoral stimulation [may proliferate] genetic birth defects.
Similarly, Simmons tells us that the support the advice manuals offered for female-controlled contraception and clitoral stimulation "increased possibilities for women's sexual comfort.
They also draw intriguing links to the uneven constitutional protection for sex toys, which "facilitate the clitoral stimulation that Masters and Johnson identified as so important for women's sexual pleasure.
Clitoral stimulation may induce local autonomic and somatic reflexes causing vaginal vasocongestion, engorgement and subsequent transudation, lubricating the introital canal making the sexual act easier, more comfortable and more pleasurable.
Questionnaire-based studies, such as the Hite report on female sexuality in 1976, suggested 70 per cent of women do not have orgasms through penetrative sex alone, but climax easily as a result of direct clitoral stimulation.