Smooth Her Ride
If she hits her peak during foreplay, have lube handy. After a woman climaxes, sex may not feel as good, a Canadian study suggests. Women reported less pleasure and more sensitivity to pain after they were stimulated to orgasm, compared with when they almost climaxed. “This may be due to increased blood flow to the area as well as feeling sexually satisfied after orgasm,” says study author Dr Laurel Paterson. So lube up and communicate: ask if she enjoys stimulation after orgasm, needs a short break, or wants to stop altogether. Then tweak your order of events – oral, intercourse, clitoris play – accordingly.
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