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Saturday, March 07, 2009 BIGGIE D, Community Member, asks

Q: what do i do if my girlfriend never cums while having sex?

we have sex and she says its good, but she never cums, how do i make her cum during sex??

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jd_acura, Community Member
3/13/09 9:14am

More 4 play will certainly help. Most women orgasm by stimulating the clitorus (oral sex).  Most do not orgasm from sexual intercourse although they find it enjoyable.

HELP!, Community Member
10/21/10 12:22pm

I do BOTH ways...Won't have oral sex without regular, good old SEX!  There's NOTHING like a nice, strong Penis!!!Tongue outSmile

Illgrove, Community Member
3/13/09 9:51am

Well, I guess that all depends on how you're doing it. If all you're doing is having vaginal intercourse, then she may not be getting the stimulation she needs. Foreplay is always one of the best options to getting to know your partner. Use your hands and ask her where, how hard, and how fast she wants to be touched. Sometimes women can only "cum" with clitoral stimulation. Either way, the fact that you know your girlfriend never cums must mean that she's told you. Which means she cares about your pleasure as well as her own. The female orgasm is very tricky and if she doesn't know her body, then you probably won't either. Just remember, a woman's body has some very sensitive areas. Some of these are (yes these are hints) the ear lobes, the neck, the lips, the breasts, the area from the underarms all the way down to her hips, the belly button, the inside of her thighs, behind her knee, her toes and fingers, her vagina (of course), her clitoris, and sometimes even her anus. But these are sensitive spots for anyone. Just explore and have fun.

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By BIGGIE D, Community Member— Last Modified: 12/19/10, First Published: 03/07/09