Wednesday, 28 August 2013

Up Your Big-O Odds

How the best ways to achieve an orgasm stack up

Just like publicity and pizza, there's no such thing as a bad orgasm—no matter how you get there. But some routes are more of a sure thing, according to Leanna Wolfe, Ph.D., an anthropologist and sexologist in Los Angeles whose recent research uncovered how three methods stack up. Bonus: Tips to tip the odds in your favor!

In Third Place: Intercourse
Although it's definitely possible, most women find it difficult to orgasm through sex alone. And there's a valid reason, says Wolfe: The not-as-sensitive vagina is getting all the attention, while your leading lady part (the clitoris) is totally left out.

Up Your Odds: Get things going in doggie-style, a sex position that allows him to grind in deep. Then try for triple stimulation (or a trigasm—yes, it's really a word) by having him put a finger on your anus while you stimulate your clitoris. Or use a vibrator like We-vibe (available at, which you insert inside your vagina before he enters—you'll both feel the buzz.

A Close Second: Oral Sex
There's certainly direct attention on your clitoris, but you'll have to guide your guy in terms of how much pressure to apply (and where and when) so he can hit the right spot. No biggie: He'll be hot for teacher!

Up Your Odds: Sit on a pillow on the edge of the bed and then lie back, resting your head on another pillow. With him kneeling down in front of you, place your feet on his shoulders. Have him envelop your clitoris in his mouth and suck gently while penetrating your vagina with his fingers.

And the Winner Is...Masturbation
No matter how well he knows your body, you're still top banana at applying the ideal amount of pressure at the perfect speed and varying it in just the right way.

Up Your Odds: Maybe you're on autopilot when it comes to self-love. A new place to journey: The U-spot, located around the urethra (that's right: where you pee), is surprisingly erogenous. Rub a fingertip with personal lube, then slip it or a vibrator inside your vagina, but not more than half an inch, says sexologist Ava Cadell, Ph.D., founder of Put gentle pressure on the U-spot and then stroke it from side to side like a windshield wiper.

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