Orgasm or Organisms?
I am sure you know which one we are more interested in.
So many women have them, have never achieved one or think she has been but really doesn’t realize she hasn’t.
Yes, read that last part again because I am talking to you.
The whole point of us feeling horny and indulging in any form of sex is the end game. The end game is an Orgasm.
First, let me define what an orgasm actually entails.
An orgasm is a physical reflex that occurs when muscles tighten during sexual arousal and then relax through a series of rhythmic contractions.
In layman terms, it is a feeling of intense pleasure that happens during sexual activity.
It is the same thing we refer to as coming or climaxing.
The thing is, many women have been indulging in sex for years and have no idea that an orgasm does not happen when your vagina gets wetter.
It does happen when you get this uncontrollable urge to explode and a feeling of release overwhelms your body sometimes leaving you unable to move/walk, shaking uncontrollably or your clitoris numb.
Orgasm for a woman is basically similar to when a man ejaculates because of sexual pleasure.
Orgasms (Os) in women may seem a little harder to spot in some women than in others.
Some will not have an obvious spray to end the play.
But in other situations where you do have a squirter on your hands, just keep your eyes closed when she cums.
Don’t worry if you haven’t squirted before it doesn’t mean you can’t it simply means you can learn.
You may just need to touch the right place with the right pressure and wah-lah, you flood out the room.
7 Tips To Help You Make Her Squirt have some easy workarounds you can practice.
With a little awareness and attention, you can get the Os you deserve, from the fireworks-on-display kind to the calm oh-my-gods.
Any type of orgasm feels incredible, and there’s nothing wrong with sticking to the strokes and touches that you know bring you to the brink every time.
But variety really is the spice of life.
Each climax can feel different in terms of intensity and duration, as it depends on how and what part of your body is being aroused.
Besides providing a physical release, it’s also an emotional one.
Allowing you to feel closer to your partner or simply de-stress after a tough day.
Some kinds of orgasm focus on the vagina only; others allow you to feel earth-quaking intensity in places you never thought of as erogenous zones.
You owe it to yourself to find out the pleasure your body can experience.
Allow me to get you up to speed with the different Os out there.
10 Types Of Orgasms And How To Achieve Them
- Clitoral Orgasm
The clitoris is the go-to sweet spot for most women when they want to experience the pleasure and release of an orgasm.
You often feel this orgasm on the surface of the body, like a tingly feeling along your skin and in your brain.
When the clitoris is touched, caressed, or stroked via direct or indirect stimulation prompts an increase in blood flow to the area, making it in need of release.
Clitoral strokes (think up-and-down, back-and-forth, and both wide and small circles) can lead to orgasm.
- G-Spot Orgasm
Your G-spot is on the front wall of your vagina, about halfway between your vaginal opening and cervix.
If you need help you can always look into Think on it. Have you located her G-Spot? and How good is he to locate the G-SPOT?
It’s not something you can see but you can usually feel it.
Insert a finger into the vagina and press forward (making a come-hither motion).
You should detect a slightly bumpy or ridged area that feels like the skin of an orange.
Pressing this spot gently and stroking it lightly is what many women do to prime themselves for a G-spot orgasm.
- Anal Orgasm
The anus and rectum are close to the vagina and clitoris—and are connected by a thin stretch of tissue called the perineum—they share many of the same nerves and muscles, including the PC (or pelvic floor) muscle.
The PC muscle is highly sensitive for many women, and stimulating it can trigger an anal as well as a vaginal orgasm.
And no! anal orgasm is not a “shitty” situation.
- Deep Vaginal Erogenous Zone Orgasm
The clitoris and G-spot aren’t the only pleasure buttons below the belt.
The A-spot, located on the high front (or anterior) wall of the vagina just beneath the cervix needs love.
The ligaments here contain nerves that appear to be highly sensitive for many women.
When fingers, a toy, or a penis fills the vagina enough at the high end of it and those nerves are really stimulated, it can be very, very pleasurable and It could cause the whole uterus to contract during an orgasm.
- Squirting Orgasm
Sometimes when we are sexually aroused or stimulated there is an expulsion of fluid from the glands around the urethra or anterior surface of the vagina during or before orgasm.
The fluid is typically clear and doesn’t resemble urine.
It can also be released moderately or like a full-on gush.
G-spot stimulation is the type of touching that typically leads to squirting.
If you caress and tease the area surrounding the urethra this will result in a soak-the-sheets climax.
- Nipple Orgasm
The nipples react to being touched and stroked since they’re loaded with nerve endings and super sensitive skin.
With enough kissing, sucking, caressing and even some light nibbling and biting you will be surprised at the “oh-my-god” orgasm you can experience.
- Sleep Orgasm
Sexsomnia–is a sleep disorder where you have sex in your sleep, and is a little different from sleep orgasm, which in lay-man terms is wet dreams.
Sleep orgasms usually start with a sexy dream, which causes increased blood flow to the genitals as well as major relaxation, which allows the body to reach orgasm.
- Vaginal Orgasm
I hope you have experienced this at least once in your sexual escapades.
Vaginal orgasms easily occur by the penetration of the vagina.
What you want to use to penetrate it is up to you–penis, tongue, vibrator, wand, cucumber, glass bottle–the possibilities are endless, it is your hole.
- Combo Orgasm
If you can handle two, three, or even four times the intensity and pleasure of a regular orgasm, this kind of orgasm is for you.
This occurs when more than one erogenous zone is being stimulated at the same time.
G-spot penetration along with clitoral touching is one way to experience the explosive orgasm.
But it could also come from vaginal penetration along with clitoral, nipple or anal stimulation—or all of these simultaneously.
- Hip Orgasm
Let me enlighten your darkness a bit.
There is a nerve that goes from your hip directly to your genitals that pulsates when you get horny.
By placing the fingers in the hip/pelvic area and stroking it with medium pressure it will awaken this “sex nerve” and provide calm but effective arousal leading to a shivering orgasm.
The body is an adventure and there are many other things that you could do and/or places you could stroke to experience an orgasm.
Bodies are different. Orgasms are different. But the path it takes to get there is all about experimenting, communicating, and trying again.
Allow yourself to soak in the sensations of the pleasure process.
The more stimulation there is, the more blood flow will result, and the bigger the orgasm will be. Bigger is always better when it comes to orgasms, however–orgasms can also be small.
They can happen many times in a row or just once, but they should always happen.
Don’t define your orgasms by someone else’s description.
It’s also inaccurate to suggest that sex ends when a man orgasms.
… that’s ultimately shorting yourself on pleasure.