Edward Eichel, the inventor of the coital
alignment technique, said it was an evolutionary step in the way people made
That's because it provides both female
orgasm during intercourse and simultaneous orgasm for the couple.
Video - Coital Alignment
Medicalizing Female Sexual Issues
Most women who make love in the conventional
way don't come during intercourse. This fact has been turned into a subset of a
disease called "female sexual dysfunction". (We call this medicalizing
Simple. Doctors and drug companies can make
money out of curing a disease, even if it didn't exist before they made it up.
That is, as long as people can be made to believe it's a problem.
But what if the lack of female orgasm
during intercourse is really about our sexual technique, and not some imaginary
In fact, what if another approach to sex - the
coital alignment technique, say - was able to increase the number of women who
come during intercourse dramatically? Wouldn't that prove there was nothing
wrong to start with?
The Truth About Female Orgasm
Well, I believe the coital alignment technique
is a simple and straightforward technique which can improve the quality of
lovemaking for both men and women. That means more satisfaction and more
pleasuring. Check this out for more information about satisfying men sexually.)
As Eichel points out, the real cure for lack of female orgasm during
lovemaking is to change the way we have sex. That's what this new way of making
love, the coital alignment technique, is all about.
To start with, lack of orgasm during
intercourse is not a disease, and secondly men and women are mutually involved
in the construction of a solution to this problem.
Furthermore, the coital alignment technique is
not just some kind of panacea. It's actually a technique that, as Eichel
observes, "transcends archetypal gender tendencies and produces greater
So what, you may well wonder, can the coital
alignment technique, or CAT, actually do for men and women who want
The Reality of Intercourse
Let's start by considering premature
The quicker a man moves his hand on his penis
during masturbation, the quicker he will reach orgasm. So it is during
intercourse: the faster he thrusts, the faster he comes.
In the missionary or man on top sex position
(the most popular position for making love), a man thrusts in and out of his
partner. And, as he nears orgasm, he begins to move faster and harder. This is a
genetic tendency which is programmed into each and every man.
However, this tendency to move faster and with
more energy produces a greatly accelerated orgasm.
In short, his ejaculation is a result of the
way that the man makes love during intercourse. To be blunt, a man may be
coming prematurely just because of how he is f*cking his partner.
There is no sexual dysfunction, be it premature
ejaculation or anything else. His fast ejaculation is just a product of the way
a couple is choosing to make love. The woman's lack of orgasm is the same - a
product of sexual technique.
The clitoris is responsible for most women's
orgasmic responses. But it lies some distance above the vaginal opening and
receives little or no stimulation during conventional intercourse. No wonder a
woman doesn't come this way!
Edward Eichel refers to Alfred Kinsey's 1948
report on male sexual behavior. Here, Kinsey said that in any other setting, a
man who achieved his goal quickly and with great intensity would be regarded as
How ironic that during intercourse, our
perception is that the man who comes quickly is somehow less successful at
lovemaking than the man who can continue thrusting in his partner for much
The Detail Of Intercourse
It's really interesting to consider the detail
of lovemaking. Eichel suggested that when a man is nearing his own climax, he
will thrust harder and faster. It's natural.
But as he does so, he actually inhibits the
ability of the woman to move - or indeed find a way of speeding up her own
orgasm. That's because it is physically painful for her to move when her
partner's movements become stronger and more aggressive.
As a result, most women adjust as best they can
to their man's movements. This may mean slowing down or perhaps even stopping
any movement of her own.
And the consequence of this is simple -
it's then physically impossible for the woman to reach orgasm.
By the way, another "constructed" medical
condition called hypoactive sexual desire disorder might be another product of
how we traditionally make love.....
I say that because hypoactive sexual desire
disorder usually occurs in so-called "sexless marriages". But what if the cause
of low sexual desire is simply that intercourse has become so unsatisfying for
the woman – and possibly the man as well – that the couple have simply stopped
Eventually, this lack of sex will lead to
something that looks like erectile dysfunction or impotence in the man, and a
lack of sexual arousal in the woman.
Can A Sexual Technique Be A Solution For These
Eichel suggested that the CAT could produce a
remarkably high frequency of female orgasm during intercourse, AND a high
proportion of simultaneous orgasms.
Simultaneous orgasm has long been regarded as the Holy Grail of
lovemaking by many couples.
And later investigations demonstrated that he
was absolutely right.
The basis of the coital alignment technique is
a particular way of making love which is anatomically suited to the couple as
they move together during lovemaking.
The basic position used for the CAT is called
The man moves forward or upward along the
woman, so that his pelvis is high up, level with hers. This makes the base of
his penis touch his partner's pubic bone, and press against her upper vulva. The
result of this is that it will stimulate her clitoris and urethral meatus.
But that alone is not enough.
There needs to be a specially co-ordinated
pattern of movement between the two partners which is continuously maintained
until both reach orgasm.
I think most people's difficulty with the
coital alignment technique is understanding exactly what this movement entails.
Eichel describes it likes this: the woman leads
on the upward stroke while the man provides a slight counter pressure. The man
leads on the downward stroke, as his partner provides a slight counter pressure.
At this point the technique becomes even more
Couples are told to think of the process as
building up a charge of orgasmic energy, which they can allow to build up and
overtake them without disrupting the pace and pattern of their movements.
A third factor linked to the success of the CAT
is to ensure that the anatomy of the woman's external sex organs is fully
understood by both partners.
What has traditionally been thought of as the G
spot might in fact just be a more sensitive area around the urethral meatus.
This was the conclusion of
Milan Zaviacic, who concluded that the most sensitive part of the
female prostate was located near the urethral meatus.
Therefore, when the man is moving correctly in
synchrony with the woman during intercourse using the CAT, then this technique
will indeed provide simultaneous stimulation of both the woman's clitoris and
her "female prostate".
This is the recipe for what's become
known as a blended orgasm, deeply satisfying, and felt on both physical and
emotional levels by the woman.
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