In contrast, the vaginal walls contain relatively few nerve endings.
Only the lower third of the vagina has enough nerve endings to feel stimulation from a penis, finger, sex toy, or other penetrative object.
Here are a few tips to help you and your partner have a more pleasurable, intense sexual experience: Remember, if you are generally satisfied with your sexual activity, there is no need to be dismayed by your lack of vaginal sensation or feel pressured to feel pleasure or orgasm during intercourse.
With a little bit of learning and exploration, you can find ways to enjoy various types of pleasure, intimacy, and even ecstasy.(1) Dear Alice, I am a sexually active female, but I can't reach orgasm when having sex with my boyfriend. Dear Yearning, C, Searching for pleasure, and Reader, Many women experience frustration from their inability to feel sensation or sexual pleasure from vaginal-penile intercourse. Here it goes: during sexual intercourse, I never feel any sensation or tingling feelings, I feel nothing. This has been with every guy I've been with and I've been with about 15 guys. — Searching for pleasure (4) Dear Alice, What is the best way for a woman with an inaccessible clitoris to reach orgasm during intercourse, without artificial stimulation?The key is to have the confidence that your body is perfect, the courage to explore your individual responses on your own, the trust to share this information with a caring partner, and the humor to laugh as you learn together. Our current cultural moment has provoked an unprecedented excavation of the female memory.The clitoris is highly sensitive and full of nerve endings.