There are products that are made for both the male and female anatomy and they all work in different ways. There are a couple of basic principles to this:
1. Male genitals will respond more to a penis stimulating the scrotum than to a clitoris. 2. Female genital organs respond more to clitoral stimulation than to penile stimulation.
3. When you put on a condom, you are actually doing a lot of stimulation to the vagina. This does not mean that you can't get it to hurt if you have sex. But in addition to all the pain it causes the vagina, it also sends a message that the man is the owner and has a right to control the woman. 4. Most women have some type of dyspepsia (abnormal pain/pain sensitivity) at some time in their lives. Some women have this for as long as they remember. Some women have it for 10 years or more. It is a normal side effect of sex, but many women don't have it because they were warned about it or because it feels so good that it's easier to ignore it than to admit that they do have it. Dyspepsia is very common, but it is also extremely dangerous. Dyspepsia can be dangerous because it can be used to manipulate and control the woman.