Why was female orgasm such a secret for so long and why did it need a scientist, Kinsey, to tell the world of its existence? Those wanting to improve the quality of their sex life will find no lack of books, workshops and teachers. At the same time, even the most refined sexual techniques cannot unlock the door to the sacred. The key lies elsewhere-not in our actions, but in our perceptions. If we would experience sex as a luminous, light-filled miracle, we must approach it with eyes of reverence and with a mind free of judgment and shame.
The clitoris is located just by the vaginal entrance and behind the labia minora. In most women, it is a small nub of flesh which contains a high concentration of nerve endings which make it highly sensitive. It is often covered by a clitoral hood. Many people don’t realize that only a small portion of the clitoris is actually visible. The remainder of the organ is surrounded by the rest of the reproductive system and extends all the way to the bottom of the pubic bone.
Women rarely specify the anatomy involved in female orgasm. Less educated women assume it’s the vagina because couples’ sex lives equate to intercourse. Less educated men spend less time on foreplay. Educated women (or their partners) are more likely to have heard of the role of the clitoris in female orgasm. No wonder then when researchers ask about women about orgasm, that some of them claim to orgasm in these ways.
Some people choose sexual abstinence for moral reasons. Those who consider all sexual activity outside of marriage sinful usually try to practice abstinence. Most often this is temporary until they marry. Those who remain unmarried but consider abstinence the moral choice may have periods of great conflict over their desires.
They will do a lot of harm to your organs in the long run. Your liver and immune system will be fighting the toxin so hard that other functions just cannot be handled. When you have a low immune system, you sex drive will suffer. Various researches tell that most individuals with Irritable Bowel Syndrome have sexual health problems. Woman was reported experiencing pain during intercourse. Statistics shows people with Irritable Bowel Syndrome has lower sex desire comparing to diarrhea patients. The worst the constipation, the lower the sex desire gets.