You'd think reaching orgasm within the first two minutes of sex would be hot, right? Wrong—when it's the only way it happens.
For many women globally, cumming too soon is a guilt-riddled, shame-inducing problem that has plagued them for most of their adult lives. Most women reach climax anywhere between five and 20 minutes into sex.
Here, one woman tells her story—of premature cumming, of trying to explain it to her husband, and of overcoming her demons, once and for all. If you yourself are struggling with sexual dysfunctiondo book an appointment with a specialist and know you are not alone.
A familiar guilt crept in. In fact, I only last about five minutes, whereas he takes more like After all, part of the intimacy of sex is how vulnerable you are when you orgasm and lose control of your body. When we first got together, he always came first and it took me around 40 minutes. Not focusing on sucking in my stomach or worrying about how I looked.
If I want a quick release, I can masturbate and come within minutes. Ana Ospina.
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