The Major Differences in Both Female and Male Orgasms

Male orgasms differ greatly from female orgasms. Surveys have shown that a minority of only 18% of women have actually experienced orgasm during sex. The results are staggering and men don’t even Have a clue when their women are faking orgasms!

Men can easily achieve orgasm as soon as their penis is erected. Their orgasms which is normally triggered in a one way direction, can easily be done with masturbation or sexual intercourse or oral sex.

Visual or physical stimuli also plays a part in enhancing the intensity of their orgasms. Women on the other hand, can take quite awhile to get aroused before they escalate to orgasm. You can actually tell if a woman is fully turned on by checking the moist level in her vagina.

All you need to do is to try to insert one finger into her vagina, if you feel that the opening becomes dry, it means she is not ready for intercourse yet.

The more wet she becomes, the more receptive she would be to receiving stimulation until she climaxes.

Gradually increase your passed towards sexual intensity. Unlike with men, female orgasms do not necessarily follow up with ejaculation. All they really result in is in her moaning and her breasts turning slightly pink when she is being uncontrollably pleasured sexually.

After climaxing, women usually feel vulnerable and extra sensitive in various parts of her body. To heighten a woman’s excitement and to give her multiple orgasms, simply remember that she is different and needs it more than you do.


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Should Freelance Graphic Designers – Graphic Artists Handle Female and Male Clients Differently?

For the most part, female and male clients are different and they should be managed differently. They act different, talk different, and often expect different results from working with their freelance graphic designers. This isn’t to say that one is better than another – they are equal, but different.

Should you assume that when you work with a male client that you have to be analytical and conventional, and with female clients you have to get in touch with “your feelings”?

Of course not. People are individuals. While there are guidelines in how to deal with females versus males, that’s all they are: guidelines.

Below are some guidelines I’ve come up with from years of working with clients – direct observation from working with over one hundred male and female clients each. Again, one client isn’t better than another one, and there are MANY exceptions to the rule, but this is what I’ve learned and use as guidelines:

I’ve tried to be as politically correct and yet fair and honest about both sexes. Feel free to post your comments, but please don’t call the “PC Police” – these are observations, not facts. I know there are exceptions to the rule, that’s why I’ve called these “guidelines”.

Female Clients:

I use the word “feel” more

Emotionally driven

Want to enjoy the process

Need you to pay attention to them

Task oriented

Change their minds a little more

I give comfort, reassurance

Have to feel good about the project and working with you

Male Clients:

I use the word “think” more

Logically driven

Want to get good results

Need you to hit deadlines

Results oriented

Change their minds a little less

I give facts, figures

Have to feel good about the results

What I’ve found in my 10 years working as a designer is that men and women for the most part are different, but everyone should be treated as an individual. Going in with a game plan like, “This potential client is a woman, so I’ll need to do XYZ…” is a huge mistake that can cost you the client as well as respect.

Just knowing there are differences between the two, and having them in the back of your mind when talking to potential clients is enough for any graphic or web designer. Bottom line: understand there are differences – treat everyone as an individual.

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Female and Male Reproductive Systems – Basic Body Guide For Getting Pregnant

When I used to practice midwifery, it never ceased to amaze me how otherwise intelligent women and men could be so ignorant of their partners ‘bits and pieces’ involved in the reproduction process.

I met a woman once who thought the scrotum was just a bag of skin, and believed the penis had a bone inside it! God knows how she managed to get pregnant, as her husband thought the clitoris was the woman’s belly button. I kid you not. This is absolutely true. Anyway, onto more serious matters which I hope will inform those of you trying for a baby.

To understand the physical processes of conception, pregnancy and birth, it is necessary to know how the female and male reproductive systems work.

As a child grows into an adult the reproductive organs develop to make possible the bearing or fathering of a baby. This stage is known as puberty. It often starts at about 11 to 13 years, usually earlier for girls than for boys. It can be much earlier or later, depending upon the individual. Factors such as heredity, social conditions, diet and race will all affect sexual development.

Your Baby Making Equipment

The woman has got:

two tubes about 10 cm (4 in.) long called the fallopian tubes (oviducts), one on each side of the uterus. The sperm swims along these to fertilise the egg.
two ovaries, which lie one on each side of the pelvis and are white and oval shaped. They produce and release eggs (ova), and also control the female sex hormones oestrogen and progesterone.
the cervix (neck of the uterus), which is at the lower end of the uterus. The cervix is usually closed, leaving only a small gap for the entrance of sperm, or exit of menstrual fluid.
the vagina, into which the cervix extends a short way. The vagina is a tube about 10-12 cm (4-5 in.) long leading to the surface of the body.

The external female reproductive organs are known collectively as the vulva, and consist of:

the mons pubis, a soft pad of fatty tissue covered in pubic hair, which lies in front of the pubic bone.
the labia, which are folds of skin enclosing the urinary opening and the vaginal opening.
the clitoris, which lies between the mons pubis and the urinary opening, and is of a sponge-like tissue that is very sexually sensitive. When sexually stimulated, blood is pumped into the tissue, causing the clitoris to enlarge.

And now for the man (You might need one of these if you want to get pregnant! )

He has got:

the testes (testicles), which are the male equivalent of the ovaries. They are contained in the scrotum, a pouch of skin below the pelvis. The testes constantly produce the sperm needed to fertilise an egg. They also produce the male sex hormone testosterone.
the sperm tubes (vas deferens), along which sperm produced by the testes travel.
the seminal vesicles, which store and secrete semen (seminal fluid). The semen is a nourishing fluid which carries the sperm down the penis and out of the body.
the penis usually hangs limply, and is of sponge-like tissue. When sexually stimulated, blood is pumped into the tissue, causing the penis to enlarge and harden into an erection.

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