Does Sex Feel Good For Women?

When it comes to satisfying sex, women are different than men. Our survey revealed that connection, not just penetration, separates good sex from great sex for women.

Women also have a higher tolerance for pain than men. Occasional minor pain is normal, but persistent pain should be discussed with a doctor.

Physical

For most women, sex feels good because of the physical stimulation. The slow build of sexual tension is a mind-blowing feeling that makes you feel sexy, horny and ready to take on the world (or at least your partner). Then when the orgasms start, they’re downright delicious. Whether they’re short, explosive or come in multiples, those spine-tingling O’s are a feeling like no other.

Aside from the pleasure of orgasms, sex also releases feel-good chemicals that boost serotonin in the brain, helping you to combat anxiety and improve your mood. And the release of endorphins in your body during sex acts as a natural painkiller, which is why many women say that sex eases their headaches or period cramps.

During sexual activity, the love hormone oxytocin is released in both men and women, which enhances bonding and promotes emotional intimacy. And if you have regular physically and emotionally satisfying sex with your partner, it keeps the oxytocin levels in your body topped up for up to two days.

Plus, sex is great exercise for your pelvic floor muscles, which can become weak from ageing, childbirth and being overweight. Having regular sex will help to keep them strong and firm, preventing incontinence.

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Mental

Many women struggle to feel sexual pleasure and are unclear about what their needs are. They may also be experiencing physical or mental hang-ups that are impeding their sex experience.

Sexual desire is the emotional want for intimate sexual pleasure and arousal is the physiological response that comes with it. The feeling of sexual pleasure is a combination of arousal, the release of mood-boosting hormones and sensations that feel good. For example, a woman’s body releases the hormone prolactin after an orgasm. This hormone causes the brain to feel at ease and decreases stress levels, allowing the body to relax and sleep.

While having sex alone through masturbation does not release as much of the oxytocin and other mood-boosting neurotransmitters, it can still provide some benefits such as pain reduction, better sleep and lower blood pressure. Besides masturbation, women can also receive some sexual pleasure from caressing skin, kissing and sexual talk as well as the feeling of closeness to their partner.

Women who do not have a satisfying sex life can be at risk of depression and low self-esteem. This is particularly true for those who experience a lack of clitoral stimulation, which is needed to have an orgasm. Some conditions, such as depression and certain medications (including antidepressants), can interfere with a woman’s ability to enjoy sexual activity.

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Emotional

Whether you believe it or not, emotional sex is just as important as physical sex. In fact, it seems that for long-term, healthy intimate romantic love to thrive good emotional intercourse is essential.

For women, sex is often a highly emotional experience. The release of the “cuddle hormone” oxytocin, as well as sexual stimulation, can make a woman feel safe to let down her guard and be herself. This can help to build trust and a sense of closeness in a relationship, which is why sexual intimacy can lead to feelings of love.

However, for some women, these emotions can get overwhelming during sex. Especially if a woman is premenstrual, or is going through fertility treatment or menopause, she may become so overwhelmed with emotions that she starts crying during sex. This is typically nothing to worry about, but it’s a good idea to talk to your partner about what’s happening.

Emotional intercourse is the ability to speak about and show a wide range of emotions, including sadness, anger, fear and affection. It also involves closely attending to your lover’s emotional expressions and feeling corresponding, empathetic feelings with them. This can be accomplished by using a variety of ways to communicate your emotions, such as facial expressions, changes in the tone of voice, gestures, posture changes and touch.

Social

For many women, sex feels good because it’s a pleasure to share a sensual connection with someone they love. That’s why it’s common for a woman to feel her most satisfied during sexual intercourse or masturbation with their partner.

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During sexual intercourse, a woman’s brain signals a release of dopamine which increases feelings of arousal. This arousal can also trigger the production of serotonin, which is responsible for feeling happy and content. The combination of these hormones creates an orgasm – a powerful sense of satisfaction and fulfillment in the body.

But not all orgasms are created equal. Every woman experiences a different level of pleasure during sex and is likely to have different types of orgasms, depending on her preferences. You can learn more about what makes sex pleasurable for a woman by reading her signals in the bedroom and asking her what she likes.

Women’s pleasure is important for both their physical and emotional well-being throughout life. But unlike male pleasure, female pleasure is often a taboo subject and it can take time for women to become comfortable with their bodies and their sexuality. That’s why it’s so important for women to embrace their pleasure and find ways to communicate that pleasure to their partners in a way that is safe, respectful and empowering. This is one of the keys to building healthy, loving relationships.

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