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Your Most Googled Sex Questions—Answered!

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by Khatrina Bonagua | Sep 27, 2017
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Do you have a sex question that’s been boggling your mind for quite some time now? 

Don’t worry, if you've been asking Dr. Google, you’re not alone.

New research from popular condom company, Durex, revealed some of the most Googled sex questions from around the world. Here are the top 10 queries:

1) Where is the G-spot?
2) How to make a woman orgasm?
3) Can you get rid of herpes?
4) How to get rid of genital warts?
5) What is the clap?
6) How to get a bigger penis manually?
7) How to measure a penis?
8) How old do you have to be to buy condoms?
9) How to insert a male organ into a female organ?
10) How long does sex last? 

In case you still don’t know the answer to these mysteries of the sexual universe, close your Google tab now, because we already did the researching for you. 

1) Where is the G-spot?

According to a study by Men’s Health, your woman’s G-spot is “about 2 inches inside of the vagina, on the top side of the vaginal wall.” Here’s a trick to find it: Insert a finger with your palm facing the ceiling. Afterwards, curl your finger in a “come here” motion—the patch that feels “slightly thicker, ridged, and spongey” is the G-spot.

2) How to make a woman orgasm?

A recent research from Chapman University found that woman will likely reach climax when you do these 3 things: “deep kissing, manual genital stimulation, and oral sex.” It's aptly called the “Golden Trio”—expert moves that ensure your woman achieves the big O. The experts also suggest executing these in succession if you want her to sing your praises post-coital. (Read more about the “Golden Trio” by clicking this link.)

Better yet, you can just ask what works for her, what she likes, and if there’s anything else you can do to make your performance better. Communication in the bedroom is the secret to a successful romance.

3) Can you get rid of herpes?

Sorry, but according to US-based Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention (CDCP), there’s no cure for herpes as of the moment. Damn it!

You can, however, keep the virus inactive through medication. It will aid in managing the symptoms, lessening the pain from breakouts, and reduce outbreaks. In case you've been living under a rock, the rule of thumb is that sexually active people should always use a latex condom for intercourse to avoid contracting STDs. Not so difficult, right?

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4) How to get rid of genital warts?

Based on a study by the HPV Project, most genital wart infections will clear up sooner or later (it just takes time, buddy!). However, for those who want to seek treatment, you've got some tries-and-tested options:

Applying a cream or medicine (such as Podophyllotoxin, Imiquimod, or Trichloroacetic acid) to get rid of the warts (note that this should be done by a trained health practitioner, and not at home).

Cryotherapy or the freezing off the warts with liquid nitrogen.

Laser therapy using an intense light to destroy the warts.

Surgery (cutting off the warts). This has the advantage of getting rid of the warts in a single visit, but recurrences may occur.

You’ll also be advised to stop having sex until the warts are fully healed. In the meantime, keep it in your shorts.

5) What is the clap?

The clap refers to gonorrhoea. According to an article by Metro, one of the theories behind that term is that “clap” was derived from the old French word for “brothel,” which is “clapier.” Prostitutes worked in clapiers—so the "clap" refers to an infection in the groin area after visiting a brothel.

It is also believed that “clap” is derived from the term “clappan,” which indicates beating and throbbing—some of the most common symptoms of gonorrhoea.

In short, you wouldn't want to have the clap. 

6) How to get a bigger penis manually?

Ignore those Google suggestions! Dream on, there’s no way to make your cock bigger without surgery.

If you're on the smaller side, don’t fret. In a recent research by FHM.com.ph, it turns out, penis size does not matter for most women at all. “It’s not what you have, but what you do with it that matters,” said one of our respondents.

So instead of Googling how to make your package bigger, perhaps, you should do research on various sex positions to make penetration feel deeper. Better yet, read a few suggestions right here

7) How to measure a penis?

According to Men’s Health, there are two measurements of a penis: “the measurement when it’s flaccid, and the measurement when it’s erect.”

Here’s how to do it: “To measure your flaccid length, simply make sure you’re not too cold, then place a tape measure or ruler at the base of the penis, where the base meets your abdomen, and place it along your penis. The average size for a flaccid penis is around 3.5 inches.

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“To measure your erect length, you’ll need to, well, get erect, then do the same thing. The average size for an erect penis is 5 inches. You can also measure your girth with a tape measure around your penis.”

8) How old do you have to be to buy condoms?

Pro-tip: don't be embarrassed to do so. Only idiots don't use protection. Although there's no law that specifically states an age rquirement for purchasing rubber, some popular convenience stores have been known to refuse selling protection to minors, which in our country is anyone under the age of 18.

9) How to insert a male organ into a female organ?

Here’s a step by step guide on how to do it according to All Things Vagina:

Step 1: First, make sure it's a consensual act. 

Step 2: Fool around through foreplay in order to get her going. You can't justs tick it in, buddy. Try kissing, touching, using toys, or experimenting with you tongue or fingers.

Step 3: Make sure her vagina is self-lubricated. Lube can be helful, too. Of course, you then need to make sure your penis is erect.

Step 4: Once you’re both ready, slide your penis into her vagina. For better navifation, have her guide you in.

Step 5: Go slowly and make sure it’s comfortable before you start thrusting like a porn star. Remember, it's all about the motion.

That doesn't sound too hard, right?

10) How long does sex last?

According to a recent study by sex toy retailer Lovehoney, the average duration of sex lasts around 19 minutes, inclusive of 10 minutes foreplay then followed by 9 minutes of actual sexual intercourse.

When asked about the ideal amount of time to spend in between the sheets, nearly 25 percent of the respondents agreed that 30 minutes was apt while 66 percent were okay with a meager 15 minutes.

Meanwhile, the researchers found that 89 percent of couples are able to “achieve shared orgasm” during these intimate moments in their relationship. A whopping 75 percent of men said they get off “almost every time compared to only 28 percent of women.” In addition, 61 percent of women admitted having difficulty to reach sexual peak. If you're feeling insecure about your performance levels, read more about the study right here.



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