According to statistics, only 30% of women have vaginal orgasms in intercourse.
Source: “The Hite Report” page 134.
Many women fake orgasms just so their man will stop, or so as not to bruise his ego.
The woman knows it’s not going to happen, so she wants it to end so she can go to sleep.
Those women believe that they are just not “one of the lucky ones” who can have vaginal orgasms,
as if they were dealt a bad hand.
You may have used it as an excuse when you weren’t able to give your last girlfriend an orgasm in intercourse.
Some people may even have you believe that it is an anatomical deficiency.
Some sexologists state that some women are not born with as much “clitoral erectile tissue” within the front wall of the vagina and that women should not set expectations for themselves which would lead to disappointment.
Actually, that sets women up for a self-limiting belief.
It is just another lie that keeps people from enjoying the full potential of their sexuality.
And now for the truth:
The truth of the matter is that there is no such thing as some women being pre-ordained to have vaginal orgasms, and some not.
All women are born with a vagina and a brain. Every woman is perfectly equipped to have vaginal orgasms.
Learn a new way to think about women, and combine it with the actual techniques that cause women to become addicted.
The reasons why some women are not having vaginal orgasms are not anatomical.
They are invented reasons, such as chemical, emotional, or self-consciousness.
Among the chemical issues are prescription drugs, the most popular being anti-depressants.
Among the emotional issues include sexual abuse trauma, abandonment issues, trust issues,
low self-esteem causing insufficient sense of deservedness for pleasure,
inability to lose control to the pleasure in her body, etc, etc.
As for self-consciousness, the most popular by far is the self-consciousness caused when they feel they are going to pee,
which causes them to back down and thus miss out.
An alternative to this lie is: “Women Can Only Have Clitoral Orgasms”
This lie has been perpetuated by clitoral dependency.
Most women have always used her clitoris to have an orgasm and have never made any attempt on her own
to experiment with vaginal stimulation. And usually, she is with a man who doesn’t have a clue.
So nobody makes the effort to awaken her vagina.
Another alternative to this lie is: “Vaginal Orgasms Are Actually Just Clitoral Orgasms”
Some sexologists will have you believe that intercourse causes stimulation of the wings
of the clitoris causing indirect stimulation of the glans of the clitoris.
Then how would they explain anal orgasms, or even nipple orgasms?
And sexologists go on to say that the vagina does not have sensitive nerve endings.
In actuality, the vagina has many highly responsive sensitive areas.
With just your middle finger, you can give a woman her very first vaginal orgasm.
It all has to do with knowledge and beliefs.
Get the correct knowledge and take on enabling beliefs,
and I guarantee you that you will give your woman vaginal orgasms in intercourse every time.