But then this message came in, totally screwing up our rigid worldview. Reports this lovely reader, who but of course, wishes to remain anonymous:
This description is so utterly unlike my day thus far--what with its grocery store trips and whatnot--that I might need to take a moment to go sit in the corner and cry. That said, I have heard many women around
my age (35 and up, me being firmly in the "and up" category, if you must know) saying that as they've aged, they are having way better orgasms and/or having G-spot orgasms for the first time. Has this been true of you? Is it due to being more relaxed? More in touch with our bodies? Having better access to ergomonic toys? (see this week's contest to see how to win such a toy...) I did read somewhere (Hey, research staff, look this up, stat!) that as a women ages, her vaginal walls thin. It would stand to reason that thinner walls might make for easier stimulation of the G-spot and thus more possibility of a G-spot orgasm. (It also occurs to me that it is pretty damned geeky to be discussing sex with phrases like "it would stand to reason.")
Anyway, is it too impertinent to ask what's going on with you in this department? Share your story and we can all muddle through this together.