It's About the "O"
In today's episode we'll be talking about why orgasm can sometimes be elusive, and how you can become better friends with the big "O."
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The following time stamps are matched up to the podcast version of the episode, not the video version.
- 2:00 - Recap from last week
- 2:30 - If your sex is great, it accounts for 10% of your relationship. If your sex is struggling, it accounts for 90% of your relationship.
- 4:00 - The strength of your orgasms and the frequency can changed based off of the things that are going on in your life.
- 5:00 - Sometimes the only thing you need to "spice up your sex life" is understand your anatomy and its capacity for pleasure.
- 7:00 - Women's anatomy is no more complicated than male anatomy, we just haven't prioritized it enough.
- 9:00 - What is the vulva, and how is it different than the vagina?
- 10:15 - Women's sexual pleasure comes mainly through the clitoris, not the vagina. Most women either can't or struggle to experience orgasm through intercourse.
- 12:30 - Vaginal orgasm/G-spot orgasm is not a "different" orgasm from a clitoral orgasm.
- 14:00 - Follow the pleasure and take off the pressure.
- 14:30 - Sex is not a "drive"
- 15:40 - Context is HUGELY important to experiencing desire and arousal.
- 16:00 - Check out Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski
- 17:45 - Responsive vs. Spontaneous Desire. It's VERY important to know the difference, and which one you're more likely to experience.
- 19:10 - When were the times you had an amazing experience during sex? What was the context?
- 22:20 - For some people you experience desire for sex, then you experience arousal. For others, you experience arousal first, and then desire.
- 23:35 - Let's talk a little bit about vibrators and lube
- 26:20 - Stress is the anti-aphrodisiac
- 27:00 - Episode summary
- 29:00 - Extra resource: Becoming Clitorate by Laurie Mintz