What does sex feel like? In all honesty, sex may feel differently from person to person, but in general, sex feels pleasurable to both males and females. One of the main reasons humans engage in sex and foreplay is because it feels good and is fun. Obviously, sex feels different for men than it does for women because they have different sexual organs. Sex is an activity that is very diverse and can be a very unique experience for the people involved.
The sexual organs of both the man and woman are some of the most sensitive spots on the body. Any type of touch or stimulation can cause arousal to these areas, which of course, includes sex. Many people are turned on by the touch and feel of sex, while others may enjoy the visual or personal aspects of it. For some, sex may feel better with multiple partners and no attachment. For others, sex may only be satisfying with the person they love or are in a relationship with. Everyone is different, and no two people really have the same exact feelings regarding sex or the emotional aspects of it.
Many people may compare sex to the way masturbation feels, except with a partner involved. Others will say that sexual intercourse with a partner and masturbation feel very different on many levels. Sex may feel better if the person has a high sex drive versus someone who isn't as turned on by sex. Some people may take a while to climax or orgasm during sex, and it may take more work and effort for them to achieve pleasure. Others may orgasm easily, or when they've barely just started having sex. Most people agree that one of the best parts of sex is the orgasm, as it feels very good. An orgasm can generally be felt throughout the entire body, and not just the sex organs. An orgasm is said to be the climax of the sexual experience.
The best way to find out how sex feels is to experience it for yourself. You may find that it feels very differently for you than it does from someone else's perspective. Sex should always feel good and should be pleasurable. If sex is not fun or enjoyable, you may need to step back and determine why it is not feeling good. It may be due to physical issues with the body, or it might be due to emotional reasons.
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