JAKARTA, NETRALNEWS.COM - It is no secret that women need more than intercourse to feel satisfied in bed. Australian sex therapist Dr Janet Hall has emphasized once again that outercourse or foreplay is key when a couple seek to have fun in bed. Foreplay can include simple acts such as cuddling and kissing.
Penetration is of course the ideal model of sex for men. Unfortunately, most men forget that for women sex is a whole journey, and not a single important destination, Hall said.
"In my clinic, most women say they need clitoral stimulation in order to have an orgasm. Although some may have orgasms by internal stimulation from their signifcant others’ fingers or by the help of a vibrator or dildo to their G-spot or A-spot (near the cervix), outer stimulations remain crucial," added Hall, as reported by Thedebrief.
Hall continued that many people have shied away from foreplay, as it gives the impression that giving pleasure to women is a separate part from sex. By calling it 'outercourse', Hall sad, it makes the concept a much more integrated part of sex.
"Many young men are very ignorant about what women want and how to facilitate orgasm for their female partners because society teaches men to only care about their own. Meaningful sex should be about giving and receiving pleasure throughout every part of both bodies, not focusing only on the men’s genitals and certainly not only in the vaginas," conclude Hall.