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Freud and Orgasm

First, let’s review the modern history of the orgasm.Whether or not you realize that one in your social brings you were conditioned and influenced by many of these factors.

I’m sure you know about Sigmund Freud founded psychoanalysis that period before the Second World War.It was said that all neuroses have a sexual determination.Whether you agree with his ideology or not, can you admit that he had a beneficial contribution – to bring to public attention the fact that the brain is a powerful sexual organ.When psychological problems involved, sex is not anywhere near so pleasant and would intend "protagonists" to be his.

Freud believed that women can achieve orgasm through clitoral stimulation. Unfortunately, it did not stop there but continued saying that vaginal orgasm is more powerful orgasms and that women are emotionally mature.Therefore, in concept, clitoral orgasms were immature and somewhat less important. 

You feel less mature when an immense pleasure experienced through clitoral stimulation? I hope not. 

There have been numerous studies that have made known the fact that about 75% of women have vaginal orgasms. Did Freud said that most women should feel insignificant because their clitoral ecstasies were lower second class? Or does that imply that women experience pleasure by other than vaginal stimulation is not good enough? I wonder if he was able to bring her to his wife on top of sexual pleasure only by repeated penetration. And if so, was it enough to be understood or simply had the luck to give more than one of the 25%? Or maybe, as with many other women, fake orgasm? Perhaps we shall never know.Not that it was somehow relevant. 

Tantric conception, every pleasure is a divine gift. Orgasms from clitoral or G-spot stimulation are simply different, there was no quantitative difference of pleasure. Moreover, the same point erogenous may, at various times to provide a greater pleasure or lower. It depends on how it is stimulated primarily by how we feel at that moment and the commands that your brain sends. If you’ve previously read story aroused erotic and then you go and have sex with your partner is likely to be more fun than when you come home from work tired and he wants to have sex. It’s all about the brain and how you feel at that time. 

Another thing that Freud did not take into account is that we are all different. We all have different anatomical construction not only mentally but also different desires and fantasies that we belong only to us and we differ from others. For example, while sex in public places and the fear of being caught may have very much stress on a person and therefore can significantly reduce sexual pleasure, for others this is very exciting and would practice whenever would have the opportunity, or would find as partner. 

And then what Freud wanted to tell you the difference between vaginal and clitoral orgasm? Does he experienced this? Was it a woman and we do not know him? 

It does not take a rocket scientist or a member of the upper class to be able to feel pleasure of any kind should be. Whatever feels good is good in our minds. I think that we can learn through practice and exercise to have increasingly more things and moments that cause us pleasure.

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