The all seeing, all knowing, all powerful folks at Durex have released some pretty interesting insights into what people are searching for when it comes to sex. That’s right, we now know your deepest darkest and most personal queries… and let’s just say there is a serious thirst for knowledge.
When it comes to sex however, some of the top ranking searches returned some pretty legitimate queries, and some that we (incorrectly) assumed guys might know already. “How to insert a male organ into a female organ”… really googlers? Regardless, we went deep into the MH archives to answer your burning questions.
1. Where is the G-spot?
In short, it’s on the internal front wall of her vagina, but your search just got a little bit easier. According to Italian researchers (they are apparently quite experienced!), there’s not one specific spot that functions as a magic button for women’s pleasure. It’s actually a larger erogenous zone that encompasses several different organs called the “clitourethrovaginal complex” (CUV).
Instead of focusing all your attention on one tiny spot, just make sure to target the front of her vaginal wall. Rear entry and woman-on-top are two of the best positions to help you reach the area. Dr. Jannini, head researcher, gives some suggestions, including how to find it with your hands.
2. How to make a woman orgasm
Great question, and one with many answers. Start by encouraging her mind to wander: fantasising during sex may help her orgasm, finds a recent Belgian study published in Sexual and Relationship Therapy. Women who reported regularly experiencing the big O were more likely to imagine sexy scenarios while getting it on than those who had trouble finishing.
You can also hit the gym. Yep, you read that correct. A study out of the US has determinedthe attributes on a man that helps her let go of all her inhibitions and bite your neck, over and over again – and there’s an interesting one that stands out. Whilst you might think it’s the width of your girth, science tells us it’s actually the width of our shoulders – apparently broad shoulders can make a woman orgasm more often and be more sexually satisfied.
3. Can you get rid of herpes?
Let’s start with the good news. Up to 70 per cent of people infected with the herpes virus don’t have symptoms. Yay. However there is some bad news. There’s no cure for genital herpes, but antiviral drugs can ease your symptoms.
4. How to get rid of genital warts
While warts can be frozen off (OWWWW), removing the lesion doesn’t cure your infection. The warts can reoccur and the infection can still be spread. That’s why vaccination – which is recommended for men in their 20’s – and wearing condoms is especially important to help reduce your risk.
5. What is the clap?
‘The clap’ is what the kids are calling gonorrhea. This bacterial illness is spread through unprotected vaginal, oral, or anal sex. As a result, it can cause infections in your genitals, rectum, or throat. The signs and symptoms do vary, but the good news is that it can be treated and can be prevented through the use of a condom.
6. How to get a bigger penis manually
Without surgical options (which is apparently quite common), there’s not a lot you can do beside, well, rub it. But let us flip this around and bring it back to you with safety in the knowledge that most women don’t actually care about how big you are. They’re more interested in foreplay, role-play, and communication if recent studies are to be believed.
Even famed pornstar Mia Khalifa agrees that size doesn’t make one bit of difference. “I don’t think size matters at all. The best sex I ever had was definitely not with the most well-endowed man I’ve ever been with. It’s really all about the way you treat a girl and the way she feels about you.”
7. How to measure a penis
With a ruler… next.
8. How old do you have to be to buy condoms?
In Australia, there are no age limitations on buying condoms. You’ll find them in the self care section of all good supermarkets, convenience stores, and petrol stations.
9. How to insert a male organ into a female organ
I feel this might be a ‘birds and the bees’ conversation you should have had with your parents, however given the benefit of the doubt, perhaps googlers want to know the best WAY to insert a male organ (penis) into a female organ (vagina)… also known as ‘sex’. Here’s why you should always be using lube when making the ‘insertion’.
10. How long does sex last?
Basically, as long as you want / she wants / you can last. If going the distance is no problem for you, based off what women want, a good 10 minutes is all it takes. However, if even that 10 minutes is a big ask, take these tips on how to last longer, and thank us later.