Women should be having at least 3 orgasms a week: Sex Expert

A leading sex expert claims women should be having at least three orgasms a week, but says many women are too stressed out to climax.

Dr Andrea Pennington believes women should make climaxing a priority because it helps their 'personal empowerment, self acceptance and self love.'

She told Late Nights host Sara-Jayne King, that often women are too distracted by the stresses of daily life to be able to focus on personal pleasure.

The orgasm happens in the brain, and a women has got to surrender to that orgasmic flow in order to achieve ecstasy.

Dr Andrea Pennington, Sex Educator/Author of The Orgasm Prescription For Women

Her book, The Orgasm Prescription For Women, contains a 21 day ‘prescription’ for women to reconnect with themselves and achieve climax.

It’s about getting in touch with their bodies again.

Dr Andrea Pennington, Sex Educator/Author of The Orgasm Prescription For Women

After 21 days of doing these exercises and rituals, many women find,not only is it easier to achieve orgasm, but they feel a deeper intimacy and connection to their partner.

Dr Andrea Pennington, Sex Educator/Author of The Orgasm Prescription For Women

Listen to Dr Pennington talking about the importance of the female orgasm,


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