Vaginal orgasms have been controversial ever since Freud insisted they were superior to clitoral Os, but one thing everyone seems to agree on is that they're rare. Most research has found that, at most, only 20 to 25 percent of women have them, and one study in even suggested they don't exist at all. But in our survey, a substantial 37 percent said they do have vaginal Os, which made us wonder: Are they more attainable than we thought?
If women's orgasms were animals, the clitoral kind would be a dog. Stay with me, here! It's dependable, loyal, and predictable.
We respect your privacy. The key is spending more time on foreplay and learning about the two spots that, when stimulated, can lead to a female orgasm. It also doesn't hurt to understand which sexual positions provide the best chance for orgasm.
You have probably heard that women can have clitoral or vaginal orgasms. You might have even read about the debate within academia around whether vaginal orgasms even exist. However, the experience of many women, my experience as a sexual coach, as well as the ancient science of Tantraall prove that women can actually experience many different and distinct kinds of orgasms. We can differentiate orgasms by anatomy, the direction of the energy, the strength and length of the orgasmand by the orgasm's effects on the physical, energetic, emotional, mental and spiritual spheres.
The existence of the G-spot has not been proven, nor has the source of female ejaculation. Two primary methods have been used to define and locate the G-spot as a sensitive area in the vagina : self-reported levels of arousal during stimulation, and stimulation of the G-spot leading to female ejaculation. Women usually need direct clitoral stimulation in order to orgasm,   and G-spot stimulation may be best achieved by using both manual stimulation and vaginal penetration.
MORE and more women are opening up about sexual pleasure, and by having honest conversations with their partner, they're more likely to achieve orgasm. From what happens when you climax, to where to find the g-spot, we answer some of the questions surrounding sexual pleasure for women. As you become more aroused, there is an increase in blood flow to the pelvic area, and your breathing becomes quicker and heavier.
But they exist, and 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. When you find yourself missing out on the Big O, there are three likely culprits: expectations, communication, and method. And alongside all of that, experimenting is required.
A male G spot orgasm emanates from the prostate. InSigmund Freud suggested women had two different kinds of orgasms: clitoral and vaginal. He believed clitoral orgasms were an adolescent phenomenon, and vaginal orgasms were the proper orgasm for a mature woman to have.
Okay, you've heard of a clitoral orgasm and you've heard of the G-spot kind — both damn good in their own right. Now imagine if you blended the two types for one phenomenal fireworks-like finale. Yep, you can actually do that.
From the existence of the G-spot to the origin of multiple orgasms, female sexuality once mystified scientists. But as Linda Geddes discovers, radical experiments are finally revealing some answers. On my washing machine, there is a lock. To activate it, you must hold down the start button for a particular length of time at just the right intensity; too soft and nothing happens, too hard and the machine beeps angrily at you.