The 6 Kinds Orgasms You Could Be Having

And exactly how to get there.

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Demystifying the Female Orgasm

The female orgasm has always been elusive, misunderstood, maybe even undervalued.

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Kinds of Female Orgasm

So exactly what is an orgasm? It is your body responding to a particular kind of stimulation. The involuntary response causes simultaneous contractions and the feeling of complete release. Small orgasms are 3–5 of those contractions. Large orgasms are 10–15 contractions.

1. Clitoral Orgasm

This is the most common orgasm and usually the easiest to achieve. The clitoris is located somewhere above your vaginal opening and serves only one purpose…pleasure.

2. G-Spot Orgasm

There is some debate as to whether the G-Spot even exists. But it does. You can feel it. And one of the pleasurable elements of penetrative sex is stimulation of this spot.

3. Blended Orgasm

If you have experienced the first two types, number three is a must. By stimulating both places together, you can reach a much higher and more intense level of orgasm.

4. Anal Orgasm

Definitely not for everyone, so skip ahead if this isn’t your thing. But the clitoris has far reaching nerve endings and stimulation of orgasm is extremely pleasurable in all different areas. You can do as little as you want here, so don’t feel like you have to go all in (so to speak) to experience this type of pleasure. A finger or a toy can suffice. A little can go a long way.

5. C-Spot Orgasm

This one comes down to build up. The C-Spot is your cervix. After building to a certain level of arousal, your partner can thrust very deeply and cause a very rich orgasm. This one can be elusive since it depends on how you two fit together. If all the stars align, it can be an explosive experience.

6. Vaginal Orgasm

This is an orgasm stimulated by penetration alone. “All orgasms are clitoral orgasms,” explains clinical psychologist Brittany Blair, PsyD, CBSM. The clitoris is more than the bundle of nerves in one specific location. But the areas you can stimulate to cause orgasm are varied. And they produce different results. Try a few, they are not the same. Vaginal orgasms may be the path to experiencing multiple orgasms. Since the clitoris is not directly stimulated, it is much easier to reach orgasm again very quickly.

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