Does She Really Come Between The Sheets?

Does She Really Come Between The Sheets?

I’ve always been asked if it’s possible to know if a woman really had an orgasm during sex.

Well, as a matter of fact, there is a way to determine if she did actually reach the point of no return during lovemaking and it’s not as complicated as most men mistakenly think.

However, before we get to it, let me give you a quick rundown on what the female orgasm is and how it can be easily faked when you and your lover get frisky in the bedroom.

At its simplest, an orgasm is the peak of a woman’s sexual arousal. It is a natural reaction triggered by the system when it is overloaded with pleasurable sensations during lovemaking.

Now while it can vary among women, an orgasm can usually be achieved by sexual penetration, stimulating the breasts and clitoris as well as caressing the erogenous zones in the body. Some women can even orgasm through other means.

One significant thing about the female orgasm though is it can more easily be faked. Now while I don’t mean this as something offensive, your lover may be faking her orgasms when things get hot in bed.

She can easily scream, moan or thrash around without ever reaching orgasm.

Since it is mostly an internal reaction, knowing if a woman is on the brink of orgasm or already orgasming can be rather tricky…

Unless you become more sensitive to your lover’s vaginal contractions.

See, the muscles in the vagina normally contract when a woman is sexually aroused. Besides being one of the hormonal changes that happen during sexual arousal, vaginal contractions also help pick up the pace on the distribution of the natural lubricating fluids to make lovemaking more pleasurable.

When a woman’s body experiences pleasurable sensations during sex, these contractions become more and more intense. And when these sensations reach their peak, these vaginal contractions will become so powerful that you can easily feel them when you sexually penetrate your lover.

However, this isn’t something that you can master easily.

You’ll need lots of practice as well as learning how to become more attentive to your partner’s reactions in bed to really get the hang of it. Plus, you also need to learn what things really take your lover’s sexual pleasure off the charts to closely time when to expect her orgasms to happen.

Don’t worry though. All that “practice” will definitely be worth it.

(And now here’s a simple trick to make her excited for lovemaking again.)


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