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Let's Talk about Orgasm

There is a lot of talk about “Big O”, but did you know that there is more than one kind of O to sing about? Orgasm in women can seem more difficult to detect as there is no explicit spray to complete the game. But they do exist, and with a little awareness and attention, you can get what you deserve, from fireworks to tranquility, oh god.

How to Make a Girl Cum

Vaginal orgasm is often misunderstood as the “best” way for women to achieve vaginal orgasm (read: easiest for penises), but it is often the most difficult for women. Try fingers or a sex toy instead of a penis. Insert your fingers or a toy into your vagina and make a “come here” motion to your navel.

There is a pleasure point on this wall called the G-spot, and when you hit it with regular, strong pressure, it can lead to clit orgasm. Stimulation of the G-spot also results in female ejaculation, as it stimulates the Skene glands on either side of the urethra.

How to Make a Woman Orgasm: Anal

Anal orgasm is much more common in men due to the prostate, but it can also be achieved by simply rubbing the outside of the anus and also by stimulating the inside of the anus with your finger. For anal sex, please use a lubricant. The buttocks do not naturally release lubricant, and the skin around this area is very prone to tearing, which can lead to unwanted infections.

Buy lubricants online. If you want to regain favor with your male partner, stimulate the prostate by gently inserting your finger straight forward and massaging the gland.

Best Orgasm and Erogenous Zones

To achieve a combined vaginal orgasm, combine stimulation of the clitoris and vagina at the same time, in parallel or opposite rhythms – whichever suits you or your partner better. It is also the most common way to achieve female ejaculation as the clitoris is stimulated and the g spot or Skene’s glands are involved.

Finally, erogenous zone orgasms are achieved solely through a variety of experiments. You can vaginal orgasm from kisses on the neck, teeth on nipples, or fingers on the inside of your elbows. The best way to find your erogenous zones is to use a feather or other lightweight external object and mark where you enjoy the most.

How to Orgasm without Communication

In any sex game, communication is key. Not only is consent literally required by law, but telling your partner what you want, how and where is the best way to maximize your enjoyment. These conversations are ideal for initiating sexual play, but are equally effective in guiding your partner during sex. This means that you are asking what you want with words or body language. Remember that partners cannot read minds, even if we want to big orgasm.

It also means being open to experimentation. If you are not satisfied with normal sexual relationships, then experimenting with touching new areas at different times with different parts of the body (genitals, fingers, mouth) is the next best step towards solving the mystery of your big orgasm.

It’s also important to note that you don’t need a partner to experiment and achieve orgasm. Pleasure is independent, and neither are you – the better you know your rhythm with your fingers and toys, the faster you can teach your partner to tango.

What Really Happens During Orgasm?

Physically, the following happens in a woman’s body during orgasm sex: the vagina, uterus, and anus (and sometimes other parts of the body such as arms, legs, and abdomen) quickly contract 3-15 times, contracting in 0.8 seconds. Women can also ejaculate by excreting fluid from the urethra, which contains a mixture of whitish fluid from Skene’s periurethral glands and urine. Don’t worry – the urine is very sterile and the liquid usually comes out clear.

But not everyone experiences sex and big orgasm the same way. The above explanations are a great starting point, but sex has no guidance. This is why it is imperative to explore the present moment and find what your body loves.

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