It happens quite often that women do not reach an orgasm during sexual intercourse, and they need something more for it. That thing is, in fact, outercourse, which people don’t talk about that much. Researchers performed a study where they revealed only a small number of women who were satisfied only with intercourse, leaving outercourse for the rest of them.
What is outercourse?
Outercourse includes mostly anything which is not penetration, such as vibrations, massaging, and, of course, clitoral stimulation. Researchers interviewed 1,055 women with ages between 18 and 94, and only 18.5 percent of them said they only needed intercourse. About 36 percent needed to have their clitoris stimulated for an orgasm. Another 36 percent didn’t need it, but enjoyed it, and found this thing as a great improvement of their experience.
Unfortunately, many people don’t realize how important outercourse is. Our sexual culture finds the woman’s pleasure secondary, and many of them can even find themselves unable to orgasm simply because they haven’t tried enough things.
“It’s remained taboo partly because a lot of people just dismiss it as being unimportant,” researchers said.
This practice is not foreplay, and should be used by more people
Many people dismiss non-penetrative sex as not really sex, or as foreplay. However, the big difference is the fact that foreplay only gets you ready, while outercourse can really help women reach an orgasm. The truth is our conceptions are still a bit old-fashioned, and many people find it hard to accept other things than traditional PIV sex.
The harsh truth is the fact that many women can’t have an orgasm during intercourse. This is why this practice should become a thing among them. Such practices can help more people enjoy themselves, and can refresh our old beliefs regarding sex.
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