These are expanded orgasms or exercise-induced orgasm, most often reached through core workouts. They spread to your lower belly and legs. They feel very different from a vaginal orgasm and are more similar to a clitoral orgasm.
It is a painful orgasm, that occurs without any prior pain during sexual intercourse. The pain often manifests as a cramping sensation in the pelvis, buttock(s), or abdomen. The duration of pain can last from seconds to minutes to several hours.
It is also an orgasmic anejaculation. It happens when you climax during sex or masturbation but don’t release any sperm.
Orgasim after menopause
This is a female orgasm that occurs during childbirth. It is sometimes referred to as orgasmic childbirth. This help some women in sexual stimulation to ease contractions, instead of anesthesia.
The ‘Big O(s)’
Orgasms in women are hard to detect as compared to men but you can get the ‘O’ you want just through the right circumstances.
Some of the possible reasons for not getting the right ‘O’ are expectations, communication, and method. And on top of that, experimentation is necessary. You’ll find pages that count from 12 to one orgasm, but we’ll focus on the five that the average person can achieve to get the happy ending they deserve.
What are the types of women orgasms?
This varies from person to person:
- Clitoris: These orgasms are often felt on the surface of the body, as a tingling sensation on the skin and in the brain.
- Vaginal: These orgasms are located deeper in the body and can be easily felt by the person entering the vagina while the vaginal walls are pulsing.
- Anal: Before the big O, you may feel an intense need to urinate, but the contractions will certainly not be felt around the genitals. Instead, they will occur in the area of the anal sphincter muscle.
- Combination: When the vagina – especially the G-spot – and the clitoris are stimulated simultaneously, it tends to cause a more explosive, movie-like orgasm, which can lead to cramping or literal ejaculation (read: Female ejaculation is not a myth).
- Erogenous zones: Lesser known body parts such as ears, nipples, neck, elbows and knees can produce a pleasant reaction when kissed and played with. For more sensitive people, continuous play can lead to orgasm.
Now, how do we make these orgasms happen?/
Let’s talk about the clitoris
The clitoris is a small organ with many nerve endings that protrudes from the end of the vulva, is usually hooded, and extends into the lips. The best way to stimulate the clitoris is to gently rub it with your fingers, palm, or tongue in a back and forth or circular motion.
- When the clitoris starts to get wet or after adding lubricants apply faster and stronger pressure in one repetitive motion.
- Stop this movement with strong pressure when the orgasm begins to intensify the sensation. Back off a little if the clitoris is too sensitive.
- If that’s enough to release you then you are good to go.
Tackling the elusive vaginal orgasm for female climax
Vaginal orgasm is often thought of as the best way for women to reach orgasm but it is the most difficult. Try using your fingers or a sex toy instead of a penis. Insert your fingers or the sex toy into the vagina and move it forth and from.
There is a point of pleasure on this wall called the G-spot, and if you hit it with intense, constant pressure, it can lead to orgasm. G-spot stimulation is also the route to female ejaculation because it stimulates the Skene’s glands on both sides of the urethra.
- The goal is to use fingers or a toy for penetration instead of the penis.
- Imitate the circular motion instead of an inward and outward motion.
- Repeat the movements that feel good, so that the feelings build up.
Orgasm on your period
Exploring the anal orgasm
Anal orgasm is much more common in men because of the prostate, but it can also be achieved by simply rubbing the outside of the anal opening and stimulating the inside of the anus with a finger. For anal sex, please use a lubricant. Cigarette butts do not naturally produce lubricants, and the skin around the area is very prone to cracking, which can lead to unwanted infections.
If you want to get back at your partner, stimulate the prostate by inserting a finger in front of you and massaging the gland.
Going for the combo and erogenous zones
To achieve a combined orgasm, combine clitoral and vaginal stimulation simultaneously, in parallel, or in opposition, depending on what works best for you or your partner. This is also the most common way to achieve female ejaculation as the clitoris is stimulated, and the G-spot or Skene glands are activated.
Finally, erogenous zone orgasms are achieved exclusively through extensive experimentation. You can reach orgasm by kissing the neck, teeth on the nipples, or fingers inside the elbows. The best way to find your erogenous zones is to use a pen or other lightweight external object and write down where you feel the most pleasure.
Orgasmic meditation is a unique wellness practice that combines mindfulness, touching, and pleasure.
It’s a partnered experience of stroking around the clitoris for fifteen minutes, with only one goal.
The stroking is meant to happen in an incredibly specific way, on the upper left quadrant of the clitoris in an up-and-down motion, no firmer than you would stroke an eyelid. It’s done (usually) by male partners wearing latex gloves dipped or coated in lube. There is no stroking of male genitalia.
Orgasms won’t come without communication
Communication is the key i. Consent is not only literally required by law, but it is also the best way to tell your partner what you want, how and where, to ensure maximum pleasure. Ideally, you should have these conversations before you begin sex play, but it is just as useful in guiding your partner through intercourse. This means that you have to ask for what you want, either with words or with your body language.
It also means being open to experimentation. If you don’t like your usual sex life, then the experience of touching new areas at different times with different parts of your body (genitals, fingers, mouth) is the best step in solving your orgasmic puzzle.
It is also important to note that to experience and achieve an orgasm, and it is not necessary to have a partner. Lust is not up to you and neither are you. The better you know your rhythm with your fingers and toys, the faster you can teach your partner to dance the tango.
What actually happens during an orgasm?
During an actual orgasm, the following things happen in a woman’s body: The vagina, uterus, and anus (and sometimes other parts of the body like the hands, feet, and abdomen) contract rapidly 3 to 15 times, pressing each time for 0.8 seconds. Women can also ejaculate by secreting a fluid from the urethra that contains a mixture of whitish fluid from the periurethral glands of the skin and urine. Don’t worry, the urine is very sterile, and the fluid usually comes out clear.
But not everyone experiences sex and orgasm in the same way. The above explanations are a good starting point, but there are no instructions on sex. Therefore, it is absolutely crucial to explore the present moment and discover what your body likes.
Understanding the stages that lead to orgasm may help you
Masters and Johnson wrote a book detailing the sexual response cycle, in which there are four stages of sexual response.
- Excitement. At first, turning on.
- Plateau. Repeated movements that are pleasant.
- Orgasm. The explosion of pleasure and release.
- Resolution. The refractory period.
This is usually correct, but too general, especially when these phases overlap, and there is no explosive dissolution. It is also inaccurate to assume that sex ends with an orgasm, as this is tantamount to denying the orgasm for many women by promoting the idea that sex ends when their male partners have finished. Also, not all sex requires an orgasm, and orgasms do not mean that sex is great.
Orgasms can be small. They can happen several times in a row or just once, and they don’t always happen. Don’t define your orgasms by describing another person… It ultimately means you’re shortening your pleasure. Your quiet clitoral orgasm can still be amazing, just as your combined orgasm can be fun, and your partner’s ejaculation can be exciting.
Bodies and orgasms are different. But along the way, it’s all about experimenting, communicating, and trying again. Allow yourself to enjoy the sensations of the pleasure process in the same way, if not more than the end. And orgasms are not the ultimate goal of sex.
Delayed climax can also be called impaired ejaculation in men. It is a condition in which it takes an extended period of sexual stimulation for men to reach sexual climax and release semen from the penis (ejaculate). Some men with delayed ejaculation are unable to ejaculate at all.
National orgasm day