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And when depictions of sex in the media are thrown into the mix, the gap between expectation and reality widens even further. In 50 popular video clips included in the study, only In a recent survey , 53 percent of men and 25 percent of women in the United States said they had watched pornography in the past year. How much of a role does the clitoris play, and, most importantly, what do women want when it comes to achieving sexual satisfaction?

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Satisfaction: The Art of the Female Orgasm by Kim Cattrall

This guide tells all about female satisfaction and how women and their partners can achieve it. The truth is that the majority of women do not have satisfying sex lives, often because men don't understand women's sexual needs and sensitivities. Women want sexual fulfilment, but are sometimes unsure about how to express their needs or improve their sex life. The book is friendly in tone, with personal notes from both authors. This book uses simple symbols to reveal what's going on inside as well as outside the body, and showing exactly how to achieve the female orgasm. Topics covered include: sustained oral orgasms; turbo tongue; ultra-fast G-spot massage; and different styles, techniques and suggestions.

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Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Simple concepts--open communication, trust, love, and a consistent interest in pleasing one another--are the ingredients for an enriching and fulfilling sex life that can bring two people ever closer, according to the text. The facts speak for themselves: when pressed, women will confess in droves that they are sexually frustrated.
Previous studies have found that women report more orgasm and sexual satisfaction from sex in committed relationships than from casual sex. We examined whether sociosexual orientation was associated with these differences, and explored the links between sociosexuality and sexual outcomes in these two sexual relationship contexts. Participants reported sexual outcomes orgasmic function and sexual satisfaction with respect to their sexual activity over the past 12 months in a casual context if applicable , and separately in a committed context if applicable. Among women who had both casual and committed sex in the past year, orgasmic function and sexual satisfaction differed between these two relationship contexts only for more sexually restricted women lower sociosexuality.