Not once have we wondered how she feels when we have sex. It is a rather difficult question because, beyond all the medical descriptions of sexual intercourse, there is that part that involves momentary feelings and emotions that are difficult to define. In this article, we will try to answer the question of how women feel during sex and, of course, we will show you how to find out if she likes what you do in bed or not.
Do men and women feel the same way during sex?
Sexual pleasure manifests itself in different ways, with women being able to experience different types of orgasms. In short, the answer to this question is no. Men and women are different, both physiologically and emotionally, and this makes them feel different during sexual intercourse.
Usually, women describe physical closeness to their partner as a humid heat due, on the one hand, to the unconditional lubrication reflex and, on the other hand, to the mental processes associated with the act of sex itself (penetration, change of position, stimulation of erogenous zones). , pleasant pain).
There is no simple answer to this question. Moreover, there is more than one. For example, there are some women who associate vaginal penetration with drinking water. Specifically, those moments before intercourse are like when you are extremely thirsty, but you have to wait a little longer to drink water. Thirst is consuming; It’s as if you imagine how that liquid, slightly cold and velvety, floods every tissue, every cell, extinguishing the sting of your flesh.
And then, after you’ve waited long enough, after you’ve counted all the moments until you’ve been able to enjoy what is yours. The aftermath is hard to put into words. In the literature, there is a stylistic figure called synesthesia, described as a twinning of the four senses.
The same can be said about sex. In those moments, a kind of emotional madness happens. The touches can turn into hot images, the smells become visual, and all the sounds made during the sex party only excite her even more.
Vaginal penetration, that is, the long-awaited moment, feels just as we probably imagine it: as a feeling of fullness, as something that should be there to give you pleasure. Of course, the little things you can do (a massage or maybe a little erotic game) do nothing but amplify this whole cavalcade of out-of-control emotions.
Sex is not just a physical act, it does not involve inserting an organ into a cavity just for the purpose of reproduction or to satisfy a biological need as stringent as eating or consuming fluids. We could say that it is something almost spiritual – an exchange of liquids accompanied by a transfer of emotions and feelings that are neither yours nor his, but both.
In the case of your partner, sex can also involve a small dose of pain; enough to make her want you even more, but not too strong to endanger the act itself.
As you can see, it is quite difficult, if not impossible, to put into words what women feel during intercourse. It can be a pleasant burning sensation, an electrifying sensation that runs through the body, a mixture of body odors, a feeling of fullness. It can be just one of those things or all of them together. After all, every individual is different, which means that pleasure can come from anywhere and can take any form.