What is intense, sweet love making and sex fantasies without the moans and orgasm? In fact, most men love their female sex partners moan more when they reach orgasm.
There are different types of female orgasm. You can actually experience most of them if not all. Read on to discover which is your favourite.
The most common and easily-achieved kind of orgasm – more than 90% of women have had one by stimulating the clitoris. The clitoris is a fascinating part of the female anatomy.
Its only purpose is to provide pleasure. Although there are other parts of the human body from which pleasure is derived, they also serve other purposes.
The G-spot (or Graffenberg Spot, to be precise) is the name given to the small, nerve-rich area above the front vaginal wall. It’s a controversial topic because some sexperts insist that the G-spot is a myth.
Orgasms can be achieved by massaging that area in a circular ‘come hither’ motion.
Blended orgasms occur when multiple areas of your body are being touched and pleasured simultaneously. They can occur when you’re in the middle of fast-paced sex, or when you’re slowly building up to the main event. This is a great way to get loads of erogenous zones lighting up all at once.
Multiple female orgasms can be either sequential (when you orgasm, rest, and then orgasm again) or serial (one orgasm after another with no rest in between).
If you want more from sex, try sequential style first. Orgasm, then take a minute to rest and enjoy the extra oxytocin (known as the love hormone, it is secreted during sex) flooding your brain.
Then go back for round two! Three-quarters of women have experienced a multiple orgasm, according to a survey.
Lots of women can reach orgasm during anal sex. The anal walls are rich in nerve endings and among the most sensitive erogenous zones in the body.
Sleep-Gasm (aka Snoregasm)
The sheer power of the brain means that women can orgasm whilst they sleep. In your sleep, you are at your most relaxed, aren’t worried about what you look like, or about your performance in bed.
When these negative thoughts occur during sex, it is known as ‘spectatoring’ and it can be a huge barrier.
This is one of the most powerful orgasms a woman can have. Sometimes known as the full-body orgasm because of the way pleasure washes over you from head to toe, the cervical orgasm is best achieved via deep vaginal penetration.
Sex therapists suggest warming up with a few different positions beforehand and doing it doggy style to get as deep as possible.
The urethra isn’t just for urinating! It’s actually surrounded by some of the hidden parts of the clitoris. When stimulated, blood rushes to the erectile tissue that surrounds the opening, which can result in ejaculation or ‘squirting‘.
The “anterior fornix exogenous zone” or “the second G Spot” is located above the cervix, in the region of the belly button. It is best reached after considerable foreplay has taken place, and with a generous amount of lube, so take your time before aiming for this kind of climax.
You can romantically tell your partner to touch the A-spot with the pad of their finger or a toy, and then pull down across the front wall for a wake-the-neighbours style orgasm!
Breast and nipple play lights up the same part of the brain that responds to genital and clitoral stimulation. Having your boobs fondled, massaged, or sucked also triggers the release of oxytocin.
If you want to have a nipple orgasm, edging (where you reach the point of climax and then draw back) is key. First, massage the area around your breasts, torso, and tummy to tease yourself, and encourage circulation around your chest.
Then, circle and caress your breasts using a featherlike touch. Don’t touch your areolae (area around the nipple) or nipples until you are seriously aroused.
Once you feel like you can’t wait any longer, run your fingers around your areolae and start to gently pinch your erect nipples from base to tip. This should result in multiple waves of pleasure washing over you.
Expanded Sexual Response
Some women who experience Expanded Sexual Response (ESR) are able to have multiple, prolonged and intense orgasms. It isn’t a bad idea.
Although it is not yet fully understood by the scientific community, researchers think ESR is caused by activating the pudental, pelvic, hypogastric and vagus nerves simultaneously.
Women who have experienced ESR have reported seeing flashes of light and colour during orgasm, having out-of-body experiences, and even feeling as though an earthquake is occurring!
Ladies, which of these sex orgasms is yours or your favourite?