Pain & Pleasure

Women Talk about Their Sex Lives

How Women Really Feel about Sex?

There are a lot of double standards when
it comes to the way men and women approach
sex (orgasm deficit is one huge one).

But there are also a lot of straight-up
misconceptions about how women really
feel about it.

Women don’t hate sex, women don’t need
to be in love to have sex, and women
don’t care about your penis size. Wouldn’t
it be great if this could all be cleared up?

How long should sex last?

As long as it lasts. There’s no ‘should’ about it.

Women generally express a desire for sex
which goes on for a bit.

That begs the question: how long is a bit?

Twenty minutes? Maybe half an hour?
Certainly not more than an hour.

If the man’s a premature ejaculator
it may a blink of an eye.

The majority of women don’t orgasm from penetrative sex.

They’re more likely to experience their
orgasm before or after penetration.
For women who do not orgasm during sex, it’s
understandable they may enjoy the penetrative
aspect of sex less than other parts.

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College Women Talk Sex


Talking about sex can be both difficult and uncomfortable. Some people love to share their sexual experiences while others prefer to keep their experiences to themselves. For women in particular, discussing sex can be a challenge.

Women talking about their sex lives are not usually an open topic of discussion. But they’re growing more comfortable with sharing and expressing their sexual experiences and desires.