F or many women, male penetration alone is not sufficient for sexual pleasure or achieving orgasm. Women's sexual pleasure is derived in part from stimulation of the clitoris, the small, elongated erectile organ at the anterior part of the vulva. The clitoris becomes erect when stimulated and is commonly the object of foreplay. But for some women, the clitoris loses its sensitivity, thereby diminishing sexual pleasure. There are other complications as well because often women believe that it is natural to feel diminished sexual pleasure on various occasions.
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I don't think that shaving your pubes off makes the clitoris more sensitive. I have had mine shaved off and full grown and I don't think that its changed in the way I feel when having sex or masterbating. All Rights Reserved.
As the title says, I'm having problems with ejaculating. More specifically, whenever I have sex with my girlfriend or when she pleases me head, handies, etc. At first, I thought I had a problem getting an erection. When we first started to have sex I had problems getting it up, so my girlfriend thought a whole bunch of things like she's not doing well in bed, or I don't find her attractive, stuff like that.