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Sexpedia

Our sexpedia page is a safe environment for you to explore sex terminology. You can see it as a dictionary with sex terms only. This page will be updated constantly.

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Clitoris

Also called the clit. The clitoris is the most sensitive area of the vulva and is largely composed of corpora cavernosa. The corpora cavernosa run subcutaneously through the vulva and along the vagina. The tip of the clitoris is the outer and smallest part of clitoris. The clitoris is much more than just a small ‘pea’ or ‘lump’. You can find the clitoris between the inner labia, hidden under a ‘hood’. By caressing the clitoris, a woman can ejaculate.

Erogenous zones

An erogenous zone, also known as a hotspot, is a place on your body that can induce sexual feelings when touched. Erogenous zones have many nerve endings and are very sensitive. Some erogenous zones, such as your nipples, are connected to the sexual organs. This can create extra excitement. Touching the
erogenous zones increases sexual tension, intimacy and pleasure. By touching, you can reach an orgasm sooner!

Looking for your erogenous zones….
The best way to find your erogenous zones is by touch, you can do it yourself or with your partner. Try out different places and find out what turns you on. Discovering yourself is a good way to get to know your sexual needs. During your search you can also use a vibrator to increase the pleasure.

Most common erogenous zones in women….
If you are not so sure where to start touching you might want to try the following erogenous zones first: breasts and nipples, neck, your inner thighs, hands and lips.

G-spot

The g-spot can be found inside the vagina. Stimulating the g-spot in a woman who is turned on, feels extra good and can cause the woman to experience an orgasm. The g-spot is part of the clitoris and can be stimulated with fingers, during penetration or with a sex toy. When a woman gets an orgasm during stimulation of the g-spot, extra fluid can be released, also called squirting.

Because the g-spot is not equally sensitive for every woman, not everyone can find the g-spot and squirt. In case you haven’t found your g-spot yet, don’t give up
when you haven’t tried everything. Women often think their
g-spot is not sensitive, but they simply and unfortunately can’t find it.

Libido

Your libido reflects your sexual needs. Your libido is influenced by biological,psychological and social factors. Your libido can affect your mental and sexual well-being. During your cycle, your libido or sex drive changes (so it’s no wonder sometimes you really don’t feel like it). If you have the idea that you often or
constantly have a low libido, be sure to continue reading for tips to increase your libido. Do you want to increase your libido? Try the tips below!

Masturbate. Masturbation arouses sex desire. The hormone testosterone is produced during masturbation, increasing your libido.

Watch porn or listen to erotic stories, just as with masturbation, this will create a sexual desire.

Make sure you eat healthy and get enough exercise. Fortunately, there are plenty of options to increase your libido in a natural way.

Masturbation

Also called self-gratification or solo sex. Involves the stimulation of your own genitals to achieve sexual pleasure.

Both men and women masturbate. Women often masturbate by touching the vulva with fingers, also called ‘fingering’. When you know your body and know what you like, you can reach an orgasm through masturbation. You can learn how to masturbate!

Want to take masturbation to the next level? Try out the tips below!

Use lube. It makes masturbation easier and more comfortable, allowing you to have an orgasm faster.

Try a different place, instead of just your bed. This can break your routine. Variation keeps the tension high!

Use both hands. Caress your clitoris while you insert your other fingers.

Orgasm

Also called climax. When you reach a climax during sex or masturbation, it is called an orgasm. During a female orgasm, the muscles of the pelvic floor contract. The contractions cause an exciting and nice feeling in the pubic area. The feeling
can sometimes be felt throughout the body. A partner is not always necessary for an orgasm. By getting to know your body, you can have an orgasm by yourself (possibly with the help of a toy)!

Nipple orgasm

You probably know your boobs and nipples as your erogenous zones, but by stimulating these zones you might get an orgasm as well. Stimulation of the boob triggers the same part in your brain as clitoral stimulation does. This means that you can get an orgasm by caressing the nipples as well. Getting a nipple orgasm asks for a lot of practice and patience. It is important to know what you like and don’t like and to take it easy. Your thoughts and mental state play a big role in getting to a nipple orgasm as well.

Vibrator

A vibrator is an electric toy that can cause an orgasm thanks to vibrations. The vibrator is a popular sex toy. It is an electric device which vibrates as you turn it on. The vibrator is made to stimulate genitals and erogenous zones for an intense orgasm. Vibrators are available in differents types and sizes. Women mostly use the vibrator to stimulate their clitoris. You can do this from the outside on the top of the clitoris or though the inside, via the G-spot. Men can use a vibrator to stimulate the glans of the penis, the nutbag, the prostate or the anus.

Nippel Orgasm

You probably know your boobs and nipples as your erogenous zones, but by stimulating these zones you might get an orgasm as well. Stimulation of the boob triggers the same part in your brain as clitoral stimulation does. This means that you can get an orgasm by caressing the nipples as well. Getting a nipple orgasm asks for a lot of practice and patience. It is important to know what you like and don’t like and to take it easy. Your thoughts and mental state play a big role in getting to a nipple orgasm as well.

Vibrator

A vibrator is an electric toy that can cause an orgasm thanks to vibrations. The vibrator is a popular sex toy. It is an electric device which vibrates as you turn it on. The vibrator is made to stimulate genitals and erogenous zones for an intense orgasm. Vibrators are available in differents types and sizes. Women mostly use the vibrator to stimulate their clitoris. You can do this from the outside on the top of the clitoris or though the inside, via the G-spot. Men can use a vibrator to stimulate the glans of the penis, the nutbag, the prostate or the anus.

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