Braxton's quickie for the day...
Today’s quickie is in response to several email requests to further elaborate on yesterday’s assertion that the stim orgasm has a different “center” for men and for women who have a clitoral orgasm.
For purposes of this discussion, a woman’s clitoral orgasm is defined as one that is produced by stimulation of the vulva (external genitalia) and possibly shallow stimulation of the vaginal entrance. With rare exception, the male orgasm is engendered by frictional stimulation of the glans penis, with some additional sensitivity provided in the foreskin and shaft.
In ordinary sex, the orgasm is perceived to radiate from these stimulation points. With sexual e-stim, there is neither friction nor physical manipulation of the genitalia, leaving the participant bereft of the traditional cues for an approaching orgasm. Upon making the necessary mental transition, a successful stim orgasm radiates from the pelvic floor. In women, that feels like a g-spot orgasm. In men, the orgasm is perceived to originate in the prostate. My ebook discusses the necessary psychology for a reliable stim orgasm.
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