Societal norms and the media both heavily influence how we view women's orgasms, but research shows that their sexual activity preferences and experiences with orgasm vary widely. Research shows that sexual self-esteem and good communication are important factors in women's sexual satisfaction. The female orgasm is often depicted as the center of a woman's sexual satisfaction and the ultimate goal of sex. But many women don't experience an orgasm during sexual intercourse until their 20s or even 30s, and the number of women who say that they always or nearly always have one during sex is declining. The social expectations surrounding women's orgasms can be particularly distressing to women who don't always experience them.
Our aim is to start a new discussion that will raise society's awareness of the importance of self-knowledge in sex education as the road to enjoying sexuality in a way that satisfies real desires and values. Amarna Miller Is a professional psychonaut, free soul and citizen of the world. While further disordering her existential entropy, she works as a porn actress and pro-sex activist. Her life consists in travelling around the world while writing articles for magazines that are crazy enough to publish her adventures. In addition, she has a YouTube channel where she talks about feminism, porn, ecology and travel. Graduated in Fine Arts, addicted to adrenaline and strange propositions, she likes antiques, kittens and being out of her comfort zone.