Women are very different from men in many different ways, especially when it comes to sex and orgasms. Unlike men, who get the most pleasure out of penile stimulation, women have different zones that respond to stimuli in different ways. Female orgasms differ depending on what is being stimulated. All women are different and like to be touched in different ways, but the end result is the same. However, it is important to understand these different zones and how they lead to orgasms so that you may better satisfy yourself. Not every woman is the same, so you should know your unique likes.
The first type of female orgasms is the clitoral orgasm. This is achieved by stimulating the clitoris (either through rubbing, use of vibrators, or oral sex) to the point of no return. The clitoris is extremely sensitive and easily accessible, so it’s no wonder so many women say that they need to be touched there to have female orgasms!
Because the clitoris is so sensitive, it is easy to make it too sensitive to touch at times. During stimulation of the clitoris, the pelvic region becomes more tense and proceeds to spasm during orgasm. The clit can become quite sensitive during or after the climax. If you are unsure about what you like and how you like it, begin slowly and gently. You will quickly realize what speeds and pressures get things going!
Another type of female orgasms is the vaginal orgasm or G-spot orgasm. This can be achieved by (surprise!) stimulating the inside of the vagina. There are places inside a woman that are more sensitive than others. The G-spot is considered one of the most sensitive spots inside the vagina. This is also considered to be the more difficult orgasm to achieve because the best places are hard to reach, especially during intercourse. Stimulation through the use of toys that were especially made for reaching the G-spot can often be more efficient in reaching this zone.
Just like the clitoral orgasm, the pelvic region becomes tense as muscles contract. The building pressure is released during the orgasm, which creates the amazing feelings associated with a climax. Most women cannot climax through standard sex, and so they require more stimulation. One phenomenon that sometimes occurs in women is squirting. This occurs most often during G-spot orgasms and can be an amazing surprise for you and your partner.
A third type of orgasm would be a combination of both vaginal and clitoral. Despite what many people may think, the vagina and the clitoris are not entirely separate entities. Both of these zones are physically relevant to one another. They both cause the powerful contractions in the pelvic floor muscles that give women orgasms. It is not so crazy to think that an amazing orgasm could be achieved by stimulating both.
Since most orgasms cannot be achieved simply through vaginal stimulation, simultaneous clitoral stimulation can help greatly. There are a couple ways this can be achieved. You can use a sex toy that offers both vaginal and clitoral stimulation. During sexual intercourse, use a toy or touch only on the clitoris while your partner stimulates you vaginally. This is a great type of orgasm because it ensures that the woman is being properly stimulated as well as the man.
Some men and women may find female orgasms complicated or difficult to figure out, but they are not so confusing. The female vagina—both inside and outside—is covered in interlaced nerves that when properly touched or rubbed cause an explosion of pleasure. Every woman likes being touched differently. The hardest part is discovering what you like best and showing your partner how to make you crazy. Once you know exactly how you partner like it, it is just a matter of time before the next orgasm!