For all of us lucky ladies that have a found ourselves in a room with a woman we want to be more than friends with but don’t know how to make the right moves, this is for us!
As sexuality becomes more fluid and more of us are wanting to explore our desires for lady love, that simple of question of how do lesbians have sex? pops up time and time again.
It’s a great question but one that isn’t addressed as often as we would like. So how do lesbians have sex?
Obviously, there is no straight forward answer and what floats one woman’s boat might sink another’s woman’s boat. There’s been some interesting surveys, one of which reveal that girl-on-girl intimacy results in more orgasms than girl-on-guy action. What’s girl-on-girl intimacy I hear you ask? This could be kissing, stimulating the erogenous zones, dry-humping, oral sex…Basically it’s anything that sexually gets you in the mood. You might even wonder how women engage in sex without the presence of a penis. We all know that a penis doesn’t guarantee sexual satisfaction, but did you know that the absence of a penis allows for more creative lesbian lovemaking options! You might focus more on what is pleasurable to you and your partner or experiment more by trying different things.
According to a 2015 survey where 13,000 lesbians participated, the results revealed what you could expect when you bed a woman.
What are the most common way lesbians have sex?
There’s no “common” way lesbians have sex, although mutual masturbation is a good place to start in our opinion! We also believe that one of the reasons lesbian sex brings more sexual satisfaction than straight sex is because women understand each other’s bodies and understand what kind of clitoral and vaginal stimulation will lead to orgasm. But enough about us and over to the survey results.
The survey revealed 99% of survey participants that clitoris stimulation tops their list. This is followed by oral sex at 95.2% and frottage at 79.6%. 55% of women revealed that they use a vibrator to hit the spot.
Do lesbians use strap-ons and dildos?
The easy answer is some do and some don’t. The survey revealed that 58.5% of lesbian couples use strap-ons on a regular basis and 55% used dildos on a regular basis.
We know that for some, strap-ons can offer further possibilities for pleasure for those who enjoy it. If you’ve tried and didn’t get much from it, it might worth trying again with Wet For Her's crafted with lesbian couples in mind. If you are going to give it a go why not try a Spareparts Hardwear harness. As this company is run by lesbians, they understand what lesbians want in their harnesses. When using a strap-on, you might want to switch roles and take turns in being the giver and the receiver.
If dildos are more your thing, you’re in luck because there is lots of choice! There are different shapes and sizes available to suit you and your lovemaking style. Whatever you chose we recommend a dildo that is 100% silicone.
Is one person the man?
No! If you’re bringing a strap-on into your lovemaking, one may adopt the role of making love to the other. Who adopts this role will depend on your mood at the time!
What about scissoring?
According to the survey, 34% of the lesbians engage in scissoring on a regular basis during sex.
We know some of us love scissoring and some of us hate it! But it is definitely worth a try at least once to see if it’s for you. The sensation of genital on genital movement can be extremely pleasurable if you’re willing to put in the work. If you’re thinking of exploring scissoring, you might want to try the new RockHer vibrator has been designed with scissoring in mind.
Is sex better between two women as they know each other bodies?
Yes and no. Yes, because women know women. They have first-hand experience of what a clitoris or vaginal orgasm is.
No, because everyone is different and just because one partner likes sex a certain way it doesn’t mean another partner will like it in the same way. It is more about what turns you on rather than assuming there are set guidelines when it comes to lesbian sex.
We hope we have addressed some of the questions you might have when it comes to how lesbians have sex. Hopefully we given you some new ideas of things to try to explore and experiment with to enhance your sex life. Goodness knows, we all deserve a good orgasm!