Deep Within Sticky Fingers
Lately, I’ve been hanging out over at Ration Reality. I never thought there would be a bunch of people crazier then me. I love them. The Bagel of Everything, that’s what she calls herself. I can relate since I, too, am a person of variety.
Today’s post Ask The Internet, was a topic on any question you may need answered by, the Internet, AKA, The Bagel of Everything. So of course I had to stick my two cents in and ask a question I thought was applicable.
Now mind you, having Attention Deficit Disorder my thought process isn’t as fast as most and only having ten minutes before leaving for work, I panicked and wrote what I thought made sense at the time.
Does clitoral masturbation make it harder to have a vaginal orgasm?
Her response is that all orgasms are clitoral orgasms and the vagina simply stimulates the clitoris indirectly. And that over time clitoral stimulation can spoil you against vaginal intercourse.
I have to disagree with that since I know from experience that this highly erotic and highly sensitive area called the G-spot really does exist and trust me it’s not connected to the clitoris in any way. There are many theories on the G-spot and has always been controversial. For some women, bringing an erotic sensation to this area may cause a sense to urinate as it is near the bladder. Some women feel a small sensation and some don’t feel anything at all. And for the lucky ones when touched in just the right place it will give you an experience like you’ve never had before.
So for all of you who are not sure whether or not you have one, I would find out and fast, life is to short to go through not knowing what you could be missing. Trust me.
Now my question again and was told to me by a friend years ago is, does always having an orgasm by stimulating the clitoris over a period of time make it harder to have a vaginal orgasm?