12 Different Orgasms For Women
Orgasms aren’t always straightforward to achieve, but because to the immensely variable nature of human pleasure, there are a plethora of options. And I believe we can all agree that it is *worth it*, regardless of the “kind” of orgasm you have. Although penis-havers have a greater orgasm rate (boo), those with vaginas have more erogenous zones to pleasure and more opportunities to attain climax since their erectile tissue is spread out over a broader region. So there’s no reason why the orgasm gap can’t be bridged with a little effort, lots of discussion with partners, and a clear awareness of your body. 12 Different Orgasms For Women
To clarify, “various orgasms” refers to different means of evoking the feeling rather than distinct types of orgasms. “Most academics believe that there is just one type of orgasm that may be triggered by many regions of the body,” explains Vanessa Marin, a sex therapist and author of Finishing School, an online orgasm school for women.
Orgasms aren’t always easy to categorize, says Sheila Loanzon, MD, a board-certified obstetrician and gynecologist and fellow of the American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology. “Rather than thinking about different types of orgasm, think about different approaches to get an orgasm,” she tells Women’s Health. It might be as simple as aiming to stimulate different places to induce orgasm, or it can be a mix of things. Dr. Loanzon explains, “There can be clitoral, vaginal, breast, inner thigh, toe sucking, oral, sensual massage, and mental orgasms, among other things.”
This means there are even more fun ways to liven up your sex life. Let’s get this party started so you can test out all 11 orgasm options.
Clitoral Orgasm is the first stage of clitoral orgasm.
The clitoris is a tiny, nerve-dense organ that sits at the apex of the vaginal entrance and only functions to generate sexual pleasure. “You should start with the clitoris if you’ve never experienced an orgasm before,” Marin advises.
To experience a clitoral orgasm, follow these steps: First and foremost, determine if you like direct or indirect stimulation, that is, touching the clitoris directly or via the labia and clitoral hood. Marin recommends massaging it with your fingers at first, “moving in a spiral sort of form around your clitoris” rather than a sex toy.
“Start a long way away from it and spiral in closer till you’re swirling over it, then spiral back out,” she advises. Take note of when and how your body reacts: Experiment with several forms of touch until you discover one that works for you using that knowledge base.
2. Orgasm on the G-spot
“The G spot,” according to Loanzon, is a highly erogenous location on the front (or front) vaginal wall of the urethral sponge that may be stimulated during sexual activity. “It’s a feminine version of the prostate.”
“Pee first so you don’t hold yourself back from climax,” says Amy Levine, sex coach and founder of Ignite Your Pleasure. “G-spot stimulation can lead to a need-to-pee sensation and female ejaculation.” “On the belly-button side of the body, place your middle finger in the vagina. You’ll notice a texture that’s possibly corrugated. Stop there and stimulate with a come-hither motion or massaging or vibrating a toy in that spot.”
Alternatively, if you’re having penetrative sex, choose a position that hits your G-spot—rear entrance postures are ideal for this—and keep stimulating the region until you climax.
3. Orgasm with a twist
“Blended orgasms combine clitoral stimulation with some form of other stimulation, and after you’ve mastered the clitoral orgasm, it may really be a terrific way to discover out what other regions of your body feel like,” Marin explains. So, while stimulating your nipples and G-spot simultaneously might potentially result in blended orgasm, the most usual combination is clitoris and G-spot.
How to have a blended orgasm: If you know how to stimulate both the G-spot and the clitoral orgasm, you’re good to go—basically, stimulate the G-spot at the same time as you stimulate your clitoral orgasm.
Focus your attention on nipple tweaking, earlobe biting, or the anus if that’s what gets you going. However, for the majority of persons with clitorises, engaging that area will increase your chances of reaching a mixed orgasm.
4. Orgasm anal
Dr. Loanzon explained, “There are common nerves from the anterior wall of the rectum to the vagina.” “For vaginal owners, sexual arousal may develop as a result of rectal stimulation,” she explains. Furthermore, because the clitoris’ legs extend all the way back to the anus, back door stimulation can also stimulate the clit.
How to achieve an anal orgasm: According to Alicia Sinclair, a licensed sex educator and the CEO of b-vibe, each anal excursion should include your tried-and-true climax movements. She also recommends starting with a finger, “so that you may be the giver and recipient,” before moving on to anal play. Also, apply a lot of lubrication and work your way in gently.
“Push up toward the belly button in the same manner you would in the vagina when putting anything within the anal canal,” Sinclair advises. “You have the same chance of triggering that major nerve center,” she explains.
5. Orgasm in the C-spot
Your cervix is the C-spot, and nerve endings in the cervix and around the uterus make up the C-spot. Anatomical variances and surgical history, such as a hysterectomy including the removal of the cervix, might alter a person’s capacity to attain cervical orgasm, as can the size of a partner’s penis (if your partner happens to have a penis). Heavy thrusting with a very well-endowed partner might be painful, so talk to your spouse about how cervical stimulation makes you feel.
How to have a cervical orgasm: According to Jessica O’Reilly, Ph.D., author of The New Sex Bible and resident sexologist at ASTROGLIDE, the key to a cervical orgasm is the build-up. If you’re highly turned on, you’ll have a larger chance of getting one—and of having enjoyable, rather than painful, C-spot feelings. So wait until you’re near to climax before having your spouse shove (or use a sex toy or finger) into your cervix.
You’re definitely aware of where and what the nipples are, but you may not be aware that some people may orgasm merely as a result of their stimulation. According to Men’s Health, a survey of 213 women found that 29 percent have had a breast-based orgasm at some time in their life.
“Oxytocin is released when the nipples are stimulated, causing the same uterine and vaginal contractions as orgasm,” explains ob-gyn Christiane Northrup, MD, author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom. “This increases blood flow to the genitals, which can lead to orgasm.”
How to experience a nipple orgasm: “I wouldn’t get too caught up on the aim of orgasm when it comes to nipple/breast pleasure,” O’Reilly advises. “Pay attention to the joy and see where it takes you.”
Experiment with the region just above the areola, which many individuals find to be the most touch-sensitive. “Begin on the outside edges, using the backs of your fingers, and slowly circle your way into the center,” O’Reilly advises. The nipple can also be rolled between the thumb and forefinger.
It may be pleasurable for some people to have a partner breath on, lick, suck, or squeeze their nipples. Because this is all subjective, it’s a question of experimenting to see what works best for you. For breast action, a mild touch may be better, at least at start. Instead of full-on gripping, try delicate bosom cupping while stimulating the nipples with a tongue or vibrator.
Marin defines a coregasm as “when you work out and get orgasms” as a result of the physical exercise.
How to Have a Coregasm: You may not be able to teach your body to have a coregasm. “It feels like it’s something people are born with, and it’s more often than not an irritation,” Marin explains. Because doing out in a busy gym while unable to prevent oneself from climaxing might be…awkward.
Coregasms may occur in one of two ways, according to Marin: “One is from jogging, when your thighs rub together and you get a little amount of indirect clitoral stimulation.” However, core workouts are the most typical source. “Some people develop vaginas as a result of doing sit-ups. Others get them through yoga-like routines or from being in a bridge posture when your core is fully engaged “Marin says. So maybe it’s more of an experimenting for at-home workouts…
8. Orgasm of the skin
A skin orgasm is also known as “frisson,” which refers to the tingling sensation that spreads through your limbs when you hear an emotionally moving music. You could experience goosebumps, your hair might rise up, or you might shiver a bit.
How to have a skin orgasm: Skin orgasms are most typically induced by music, although emotionally evocative sequences in movies, moving artworks, or even other individuals with whom you have a unique bond can also trigger frisson. It is, however, an uncertain one.
9. Orgasm Breathing
“Sex is typically pigeonholed as a physical act involving the genitals, but the truth is that the hottest sex occurs between our ears—and is often amplified by how we use our air and lungs,” adds O’Reilly. “Your breath has an influence on how you interpret feelings and helps to put your mind in a position where you may enjoy pleasure.” That is to say, you may breathe your way to climax while discarding the distracting thoughts that often detract from enjoyment, according to O’Reilly.
First and foremost, how to have a breath orgasm: Find a quiet, comfortable area to lie down on your back, according to O’Reilly. Breathe in deeply through your nose, allowing your hand to rise and fall, and exhale through an open mouth, with your hand on your belly. Slowly scan your whole body from head to toe, intentionally relaxing each body part as you go.
According to O’Reilly, “the way you breathe has a big influence on your sexual and orgasmic reaction.” “And, while everyone of our bodies is different, many people claim that deep, steady breathing amplifies orgasms and can even lead to many climaxes.”
There’s no right way to do this because everyone orgasms differently, whether from breathing exercises or physical touch: “You have to experiment with different types of breathing to see what works for you,” she says, whether it’s rapid, shallow breaths, slow, deep breaths, inhalation through the nostrils, or any other type of breathing that feels particularly good to you as you imagine yourself in an arousing scenario.
10. Orgasm in a fantasy
“The mind’s grasp on our sexuality is so strong that some people may ‘think’ themselves off,” adds O’Reilly. This one is self-explanatory: we’re talking about dreaming your way to climax—not touching your body, just flexing your mental muscles until you’ve reached your limit. Breathing exercises and imagination work well together, and you may discover that envisioning circumstances and your body’s reaction works best when combined with breathing exercises.
“Though just a tiny fraction of people report being able to attain orgasm through imagining alone,” Dr. O’Reilly explains, “you might wish to explore with the power of your mind.” “Letting your imagination stray into uncharted area might help you discover and capitalize on your most authentic dreams and unfulfilled wants.”
Allow your mind to wander anywhere it wants, without putting any restrictions on it. Immerse yourself in your sexiest possible setting, envisioning the touch and the ambiance (while also engaging whatever breath work feels best to you). Immerse yourself in the situation and keep utilizing your imagination until you and your fantasy self reach a conclusion.
11. Orgasm Sleeping
“Orgasms can occur in people of all genders when sleeping. “Orgasm occurs in the brain, which is really busy at night,” Marin explains to Women’s Health.
How to have a good night’s sleep: “Unfortunately, you can’t force yourself to have a sleep orgasm. They’re entertaining when they happen, but you can’t prevent them “Marin lamented, “Darn.”
12. Squirting Orgasm
Did you know that female ejaculation, often known as squirting, is a distinct process from orgasm? “Marin explains, “You can squirt without orgasming, and you can orgasm without squirting.” She also notes that a lot of people’s infatuation with it is harmful since they see it in porn (which is faked most of the time).
If you want to see if it can happen one day, go ahead and try it on your own or with someone else. If your spouse is adamant about making it happen since it’s their fantasy, make sure they understand the science of squirting (cough, cough, this is why we need sex ed).
How to Squirt During Sex
When things start to become heated, concentrate on the clit, then the G-spot. “As the sensation/pressure increases, you’ll feel compelled to pee—this is when you should activate your pelvic floor muscles,” Sparks advises. “Don’t tighten them; instead, push them out…as if you’re pushing urine out.” It takes time to get used to, but it’s feasible.” (Keep in mind that you won’t actually be peeing.) Finally, if something doesn’t happen, it doesn’t happen, and that’s just OK.
Is it possible for me to have numerous sorts of orgasms in a row? Those who have vaginas can orgasm repeatedly, like a mountain range rather than a single summit. Ducks are lucky ducks.
“People with penises have a refractory period, which means their bodies need to calm down before they can turn on and orgasm again.” People that have vaginal canals do not have this, thus they can orgasm immediately away.” Marin explains.
So go ahead and try a few of these out. And don’t forget to enjoy yourself along the road, even if you don’t end up orgasming from all of your attempts.
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