Despite being a vital portion of sexual health and female sexuality, the female orgasm is not entirely understood by anyone. The female orgasm is shrouded in mystery, which causes both fascination and anxiety. Most women do not really know what happens during an orgasm. You are not alone if you have ever wondered about the female climax. By understanding what leads up to the female orgasm you can learn how to better satisfy your partner. It is also interesting to learn why women have orgasms, but not nearly as interesting as how you can make them happen!
To have a female orgasm, a woman must become aroused. Arousal can be achieved in many different ways. One of the best is foreplay. By touching a woman’s sensitive spots or performing oral sex, you can get her all warmed up! Female sexual arousal manifests itself in several different ways. Her heart rate and blood pressure rises, the clitoris and vagina becomes engorged and more sensitive, her breathing may become more labored, and she becomes more naturally wet. This is the body’s way of preparing for sex and the female orgasm. Not many women can easily orgasm through vaginal stimulation alone, so it helps to include clitoral stimulation.
As arousal increases, a woman’s vagina and pelvic region becomes tenser and tenser until she is pushed over the edge and the pelvic floor muscles begin to contract powerfully. This would be the start of the female orgasm. Chemicals are released from the brain and all of the nerves in the lower body are as stimulated as possible. As the contractions become less intense, the climax comes to an end. The body relaxes and begins to return to normal. In some cases, the woman will squirt, a phenomenon not well understood and only comparable to male ejaculation.
Many people wonder why women have orgasms at all. It seems that only men need to have them in order to reproduce. There are a couple of theories as to why women have orgasms if, from an evolutionary standpoint, they serve no purpose. One theory is that the female orgasm is meant to help sexual partners connect. If a couple does well physically it may be a statement to how they would raise offspring. This theory also states that orgasms increase fertility. Another theory is that the female orgasm was a happy accident and serves no real purpose.
The theories are interesting, but why they happen is not all that important. What is really important is what the female body is doing before, during, and after the orgasm. Learning what specifically arouses your partner and makes them climax is important to your sex life. If you expect her to know what makes you orgasm, she deserves the same! Understand your partner and how she works on the inside and out to ensure more satisfying and frequent female orgasm arrivals!