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The female orgasm is powerful, remarkably varied, and achievable by multiple methods. Not only does the mighty clitoris have the ability to be stimulated to orgasm externally; an orgasm may also be achieved vaginally by stimulating the same organ.
In this post we’ll be demystifying both vaginal orgasms and clitoral orgasms because information about achieving orgasm is in the public interest, whether your genitals are female or male. So, let’s talk about these two different types of female orgasms, how they happen, and what’s at the bottom of making them happen.
Different Types of Orgasms – The Clitoris
When we consider the female orgasm, it’s safe to say that it’s most commonly associated with the clitoris. But the clitoris isn’t even what most people think it is. It is much more than the visible portion of this lively sex organ. In fact, the clitoris is a subterranean orgasm powerhouse that can be stimulated many ways. And the clitoris is the only human organ, male or female, which exists solely for the purpose of sexual pleasure. As we’ll see shortly, it plays a part in vaginal orgasms, as well.
Extending from the top of the labia minora or “inner lips” (where the clitoris is visible as a small nub of skin), the clitoris divides in two, its “legs” extending down the inner labia on either side of the vaginal opening. But a portion of the clitoris is also accessible internally, as its structure extends upwards into the lower pubic region (which we’ll talk about shortly). So, the clitoris is a much larger organ that it presents as to the naked eye. The possibilities for stimulating clitoral orgasm are present throughout the structures of the external female reproductive organs and also, inside the vagina.
It doesn’t really take much to get the clitoris to “happy”. The reason for that is its wealth of nerve endings. There are between 8,000 and 10,000 of these sensitive little guys in the glans (that little nub) alone. And while you’ll definitely get “play” from other areas of the clitoris, the glans is the clitoral ground zero of pleasure. So, it’s the clitoris that wears the crown among different types of orgasms.
Manual, oral, or sex toy stimulation of the clitoris should be accompanied by the liberal use of lubricant, due to the organ’s sensitivity. Too heavy a hand and the clitoris is desensitized. Too light a hand and it’s frustrated. Every clitoris is different and responds differently. There is no magic playbook. The truth about the clitoris is that you need to get to know it on a highly personal and individual basis! And that’s true whether you’re seeking vaginal orgasms or clitoral orgasms, as both implicate the clitoris.
Vaginal Orgasms – the G-Spot
The quest for the G-Spot has dominated discussions about different types of orgasms since the 1980s, when the region was named for the research of Dr. Eric Grafenberg. But the G-Spot combines responses by other anatomical structures, including the clitoris.
Located about 2.5 inches inside the vagina in the anterior (front) vaginal wall, the G-Spot implicates a portion of the clitoris located directly behind the pubic mound. When stimulated, orgasm may be achieved.
A big part of achieving orgasm vaginally is in the angle of approach, either manually, with a sex toy, or during intercourse. Because of the G-Spot’s location, pressure must be applied with knowledge of the anatomy involved. It should also be remembered that not all women find such stimulation pleasurable but rather, uncomfortable. While the template is the same, nerve configuration and individual responses vary wildly.
While the G-Spot implicates part of the clitoris, its proximity to adjacent anatomical structures is what produces the orgasm. The clitoris, urethra, and vagina all contribute and so, to refer to the G-Spot as a unique physical structure is erroneous. Rather, it’s a sensitive region in the anterior vaginal wall that combines several structures to produce these different types of orgasms.
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