Human sexual intercourse, human procreation or personal sexual activity is the way that humans express and experience their sexuality. People engage in various sexual acts, ranging from most blatant sexual activities done singly to more subtle activities with another human for a range of reasons. Most people would agree that the most common and fundamental reason for engaging in sexual intercourse is procreation. But why is sex such a personal experience?
Consider the following: during sexual intercourse, a man and a woman are placed in an almost ideal situation, with their bodies positioned so that the penis and vagina are in perfect reach, with a space of around nine to ten inches between them. At the end of this eight to ten inch gap, the sexual organs open up completely and the penis plunges inside. A woman’s orgasm is triggered by the reflex action of her G-spot, which is located at the upper abdomen just below the pubic bone. The G-spot is not visible; it is only ever found when a woman is willing to be found. So what happens during sex during orgasm? How long should a woman take to reach orgasm?
Well, let us first consider vaginal sex. When a man has sex with a woman who has one or several STDs, she can only reach orgasm after about six minutes of vaginal penetration (at least, with good vaginal lubrication). If she has a great deal of vaginal lubrication and is only engaging in anal sex, then she can have an orgasm after about seven minutes of anal sex. With regard to oral sex, most women only reach orgasm if they have had pre-ejaculatory emission, meaning that the fluid that makes up the ejaculation of a man has mixed with pre-ejaculatory secretions from the woman prior to having oral sex.
Let’s now take a look at some of the diseases that can cause premature ejaculation. Let’s begin with genital warts. Genital warts usually present with a bumpy, cauliflower-like surface on the tip of the penis. They are not dangerous per se; the genital warts can be removed by a doctor, but there is always the possibility of re-infestation, especially with the use of over-the-counter treatments. Once genital warts are present, men must be tested for gonorrhea and chlamydia, in order to make sure that they do not have any sexually transmitted diseases themselves.
Next is preventing the transmission of STD’s through oral sex. It is very important to use dental dams when having oral sex. By using dental dams, not only can you reduce your risk of getting gonorrhea and chlamydia, but you can also reduce your risk of receiving genital warts.
Condoms are another way to prevent the transmission of STDs through sexual contact. Using condoms is considered to be one of the most effective ways of practicing safer sex. Condom use also reduces the likelihood of receiving genital warts. In addition to being used in sexual intercourse, condoms can also be used during any type of vaginal sexual encounter, including masturbation. By using condoms during vaginal and anal sexual encounters, the chances of receiving STDs is greatly reduced.
The last thing that we will discuss is the overall characteristics of the sexual response cycle. When a man is aroused, the production of semen increases, which causes an increase in vaginal lubrication and an increase in vaginal temperature. This increase in temperature causes both men to feel more aroused, and the women to feel more relaxed in the relationship. However, once the sexual arousal phase has passed, the production of semen decreases and the woman is in the “ejaculatory phase” of her sexual response cycle.
As you can see, using sex toys is not only a great way to have safe sex, but it is also a great way to have fun. If you haven’t tried using sex toys yet, then I strongly suggest that you get a few toys, some lubricants, and some comfortable clothes (i.e., thongs, g-strings, pantyhose, etc.) so that you and your partner can have fun in the sack! After the excitement has worn off, you will want to spend time kissing, cuddling, foreplay, and even oral sex. The key here is to take care not to use any toys during the oral sex – that is, after the first ejaculation. Use the toys just before that in order to maximize your orgasms.