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The Yellow/BLue Phases Of Female Orgasm - Orifice (3) - Better Than Sex (CD, Album)

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  1. Samuktilar
    Jan 07,  · Read our deconstruction of the female orgasm so you can create sparks every time and enjoy your share of earth-quaking, bed-shaking sex. 12 Ways Guys Can Have Better Orgasms.
  2. Shagis
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Better Than Sex!!! on Discogs/5(9).
  3. Vum
    Which of the following is true of the female sexual response? A. Women do not have a refractory period and may quickly experience additional orgasms. B. The engorged clitoris can swing upward away from the body like the penis. C. The vagina has a high concentration of sensory nerve endings. D.
  4. Kigal
    Apr 27,  · You can orgasm through anal or breast stimulation, or simply from breathing. The pressure about orgasming via intercourse is just making men's pleasure the purpose of sex. Q: What's up with female.
  5. Faukus
    Violent / Sexual Content Login to view the cover. Add the album's lyrics add a review/comment. Add an audio file. Orifice: Better Than Sex!!!18/20(1).
  6. Neshicage
    Apr 29,  · Male orgasm is an all-encompassing term for any type of orgasm related to male genitalia. It could be ejaculatory or non-ejaculatory, or even a .
  7. Gojind
    Jun 18,  · Apart from arousal, “Sex: How It Works” looks at the male and female orgasm. Why is it that three-quarters of men regularly orgasm during sex, but less than .
  8. Shagis
    Jun 23,  · The female orgasm is more complex than the male orgasm due to the design of the female sexual anatomy. One of the many types of orgasms for women is the clitoral orgasm. The clitoris is above the vaginal opening. There is no known purpose for the clitoris other than to cause pleasure sensations in a woman.
  9. Nikosho
    Mar 26,  · One additional theory is that perhaps there is no adaptive value to the female orgasm and, instead, the pleasure it provides is nothing other than a “fantastic bonus” for women [3]. The “fantastic bonus” theory argues that the female orgasm is just a byproduct of how the tissues in the human body are laid out in early development.

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