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Expert reveals all about the ‘Golden Trio’ in the bedroom

Ella Scott

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Expert reveals all about the ‘Golden Trio’ in the bedroom

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An expert has revealed a ‘Golden Trio’ of sex moves exists and they can increase the chance of a woman experiencing an orgasm.

According to a study published in the Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, a whopping 81.6 percent of women don’t orgasm from intercourse alone, without additional clit stimulation.

However, a 2016 report found that women who receive oral during sexual encounters are 23 percent more likely to orgasm during intercourse than those who don’t.

And sexologist Isiah McKimmie claims that oral sex is just one of three ways to increase the chance of achieving euphoria.

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“Oral sex is actually one of the ‘Golden Trio’ of sexual moves that research shows can increase a woman’s chance of reaching orgasm during sex,” she told New York Post.

She then went on to reveal two other sexual moves included in the so-called ‘Golden Trio’.

First, she said that deep, passionate kissing with a sexual partner can increase the likelihood of orgasm.

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And the second was 'mutually touching each other’s genitalia with your hands'.

However, McKimmie warned that these three movements may not be everybody’s cup of tea.

The sexologist said that oral sex with a partner can feel 'vulnerable'. Credit: Pixabay
The sexologist said that oral sex with a partner can feel 'vulnerable'. Credit: Pixabay

“Sex is vulnerable,” she explained. “Oral sex can feel particularly vulnerable and exposing.

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“It’s common and normal to wonder if your partner is enjoying themselves and to feel self-conscious or worried about how you smell, taste or look ‘down there’.”

To improve your oral sex experience, the expert delivered a series of tips, with one being that ‘practice makes perfect’.

McKimmie explained that being great at sex is a ‘skill’ and that those who do not enjoy their first oral experience shouldn’t be discouraged.

The expert revealed all about the 'Golden Trio'. Credit: Getty Stock Image
The expert revealed all about the 'Golden Trio'. Credit: Getty Stock Image
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“It might be that you and your partner need some education and practice to find what really feels good,” she added.

Another nugget of advice McKimmie offered was for partners to take a shower together before conducting sexual activities.

“Showering with your partner is also a great way to build anticipation and intimacy,” she said.

McKimmie also said that those who receive oral stimulation from a partner should never feel obliged to ‘return the favour’.

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She advised to 'take deep breaths' and relax while embarking on sexual activities. Credit: Getty Stock Image
She advised to 'take deep breaths' and relax while embarking on sexual activities. Credit: Getty Stock Image

She noted: “Good sex requires safety, comfort and consent. If you don’t feel comfortable doing something, you don’t need to.

“Your partner giving you oral sex shouldn’t come with the expectation that you have to return the favour."

The sexologist also advised to 'take deep breaths' and relax while embarking on sexual activities, as well as 'learning to communicate openly, honestly and comfortably about sex'.

Topics: Sex and Relationships, Advice, Real Life

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