The National Orgasm Day is a holiday that celebrates sexual climax and raises awareness for issues surrounding sexual climax. It was created by the Councilman Arimateio Dantas when he passed a municipal law establishing the holiday in order to raise awareness for female sexuality and reduce stigma and taboo surrounding it, as well as repaying a "sexual debt" to his wife. As the day spread around the world the specifics of the day changed and it was celebrated as National Orgasm Day on July 31st. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Telegraph.
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Orgasms are great. They release stress, they feel glorious, and they bring you closer to your partner. There are apparently 12 different types of female orgasm that are within the realms of possibility. Take a look at the list, take your pick, and challenge yourself. Try massaging it with your finger in a come hither motion. Go slow and gradual, starting with a finger and working your way up rather than going straight to putting a penis in your bum, and use plenty of lube. If it hurts, stop.
Female Orgasm: All in Women's Heads?
A survey by adult firm Anne Summers says 58 per cent of women pretend beneath the sheets - and one in ten men. Today may mark national orgasm day, but a survey claims the majority of women are still faking it in the bedroom. According to adult company Anne Summers, 58 per cent of women have faked orgasm at least once during their current relationship and of those a huge 93 per cent have done it more than that.
Women should squeeze regular orgasms into their busy schedules, says psychologist. Get the pick of the week's stories and fascinating Devon history features direct to your inbox every Saturday morning in our exclusive Weekend Report newsletter. July 31 is National Orgasm Day - and women are being encouraged to make time for some 'me-time'. Sex boosts our immune systems, warding off colds, infections and even depression. By having regular sex and reaching climax with your other half, you're not only connecting yourself to your partner but you're also releasing endorphins - which, in turn, make you happier.