I have had the privilege of talking with many women and it appears that most women assume that women have just one or two orgasms and that’s just that, others think an orgasm is virginal only. But there’s more to it because there are several kinds of orgasms to be had.
A woman can have varieties of orgasms and sometimes, a mix and match by having a clitoral orgasm, a few G-Spot orgasms, and a cervical orgasm, all three in one session. Orgasms have multiple potential health benefits due to the hormones and other chemicals that are released by the body during an orgasm. And this doesn’t always have to happen during sex.
What Really Is Orgasms?
Orgasm is generally accepted as the peak of sexual pleasure. It’s a combination of a powerful feeling of sexual excitement and sensation. It is a physical reflex that takes place when the muscles tighten during sexual arousal and relax via a series of systematic contractions.
Each climax can come in different feelings, intensity, and duration, depending on how and what part of your body is aroused at the time. Some orgasms focus on the vaginal only, while others make you feel the earth-quaking intensity in places you never imagined.
While you are alive, you owe it to yourself to experience the pleasure your body can experience, sex doesn’t have a manual you must follow, that’s why you owe yourself to explore in the moment and find out what your body love most.
Every type of orgasm feels incredible, and I can’t say there’s anything wrong with sticking to the strokes and touches that used to bring you to the climax every time. However, variety really is what makes life more beautiful. I mean, you would not want to wear the same clothes over and forever, nor eat the same type of food for the rest of your life, no matter your love for it. So why not explore and expand your sexual choices and enjoy the spice of life.
Bodies are different. Orgasms are different. But the route it takes to get there is all about experimenting, communicating, exploring and trying again. Allow yourself to soak in the sensations of the pleasure process just as much, and you will uncover some hidden pleasure in ways you never knew were possible.
1. Clitoral Orgasm
The clitoris is the well-known type of female orgasm, it is the woman go-to sweet spot for the majority of women when they want to experience the pleasure and release of an orgasm. This is often the fastest in reaching orgasm. Stimulating the clitoris helps to get a woman’s arousal going. But while this may be the easiest in accessing, it is also highly individualistic. Touches differ for different women to reach climax in clitoral orgasm. Having it touched, caressed, or stroked, direct or indirect stimulation, leads to a surge of pleasure in the vagina, originating from the clitoris, and is accompanied by involuntary pelvic contractions.
Experiment on your own and show your partner what you like. The fun thing about clitoral orgasm is that it helps open you up to deeper orgasms, like, cervix deep and even more profound pleasures to come.
2. The G-Spot Orgasm
The G-spot is widely talked about, but it’s not easy to find by everyone, and that I can understand, because it takes open communication, trust and lots more to let someone inside physically and energetically. The G-spot is a little deeper, like 1-2 inches inside the vagina on the anterior wall. This point of pleasure, when you touch it with regular, strong pressure, it can lead to orgasm. G-Spot orgasms feel more like the female ejaculation or squirting, as it stimulates the glands on either side of the urethra, with the waves that keep on coming. Surges of pleasure spread through your vagina, to your entire body. Women often have deep emotional outbursts that come with this orgasm, like; tears, laughter, sadness. Whichever one, you experience is okay and normal. You can relieve yourself of those emotions that have been stored in the vaginal tissue, it’s a good way to release them.
3. Blended Orgasm
Why have one when you can have many? If you know you can have many at the same time, wouldn’t you prefer to know how? Well, if you can stand two, three and even four times the pleasure of a regular g-spot or clitoral orgasm, you can sure handle blended orgasm. Every woman can have multiple types of orgasms because we are all multi-orgasmic. The more orgasms you have, the more relaxed, refreshed and young you feel.
A blended orgasm is a climax that happens when more than one erogenous zone is being stimulated at the same time. To achieve this, combine G-spot stimulation along with clitoral touching or vaginal penetration with nipple and clitoral, whatever that feels best for you and your partner, to achieve explosive multiple orgasms. This too can lead to female ejaculation also known as squirting.
If you are interested in experiencing one for yourself, then try being on top as the woman, while your hands and that of your partner are free, engage them to your nipple, butt, and clitoris. A vibrator can also be a useful tool too.
Think of reaching orgasms as part of your wellness routine, because it is in a way and anyone including you can have one. All you need is the right knowledge, honest communication with your partner, the right drive and a lot of experimentation.
4. Squirting Orgasm
Yeah! Female too can ejaculate and it is called squirting. Female ejaculation or squirting is one of the most storied female orgasm experiences. Every guy wants to see the female squirt. More importantly, most women want to experience squirting themselves. Squirting occurs when the G-spot is intensely stimulated and the area surrounding the urethra is caressed and touched, this leads to an intense explosion of fluid from the glands around the urethra or anterior surface of the vagina, either at the climax or before orgasm. This fluid can actually fill up a cup and some other times, it’s just in a small amount of milky fluid.
For some reason, some people actually think the fluid is urine, but the safer answer is that the liquid released during female ejaculation is not entirely urine and it’s not entirely not urine either.
Ejaculation can feel like an intense, emotional release and most women who have experienced squirting records that they feel on top, relaxed and happy afterward.
5. Nipple Orgasm.
Do you know that your breasts and nipples are major erogenous zones in your body? So, it’s good to pay them some compliments. When your breast and nipples are stroked and touched, they release oxytocin in the body, which causes the same contractions of the vagina associated with orgasm. Your nipples are loaded with nerve endings and they are super sensitive and yes, male nipples tend to be just as sensitive as the female.
Nipple self-stimulation can achieve the same orgasmic reaction as with a partner. If the idea appeals to you, you could have a lot of fun trying to figure it out yourself or, you can get your partner to kiss, suck, pinch, caress, and lick the nipples. It’s just a matter of playing around it, to determine what works best for you. These are super erogenous zone that can bring some women to orgasm without any contact down below. Focus on the pleasure and see where it gets you, as pressure is the anti-pleasure to sexual activity.
6. The Cervical Orgasm
The cervical orgasm is another type of orgasm worth clamoring for, it is the master of all female orgasms. It is very sensitive and can hurt, with heavy thrusting from a partner who is really endowed. But with the right sexual position and knowledge, it is possible. It is a full-body sensation or expanded orgasm and can last for hours. Instead of staying localized in your genitals, it quickly spread through the whole body and can bring tingling feelings that last for hours.
The cervix connects the vagina with the uterus, and to achieve an orgasm there, missionary position seems to work best, with a woman’s legs up over her shoulders. It’s best to try this when you’re super aroused and have had lots of foreplay, which can make your cervix more receptive to touch. Try having your partner use slow, deep strokes, or if his penis is too big, use fingers or a vibrator. Focus on relaxing into the sensations. You will know you’re near a cervical orgasm when you feel intense emotions. This type of orgasm practically comes with an intense feeling of love, peace, ecstasy, and joy.
This happens when you engage in the physical activities of a workout and you have orgasms. Workout-induced orgasms or coregasms are usually common from core-based exercises. Someone said, ” If women knew this could happen, they would all be running to the gym”. Unfortunately, coregasm is not something you can train your body to have, it seems not all women can achieve coregasm because it comes naturally to those who can.
Coregasm can occur in two ways; one is from running, where your thighs might be rubbing together and you are getting a little bit of indirect clitoral stimulation, and the other, the more common one is from core workouts. Exercising in a crowded gym and not being able to stop yourself from climaxing can be very strange, embarrassing, awkward and adventurous. If you like the idea, you can try to super squeeze your pelvic muscle and develop them. Well-developed pelvic muscles can contract during exercise and orgasms are absolutely possible then.
8. Multiple Orgasms
Multiple orgasms happen when women reach a certain heightened state of arousal with their first orgasm, then stay up there on this ecstasy, with more and more stimulation, they can have multiple orgasms. That’s one of the awesome benefits with female orgasms because unlike men, they don’t need to go through refractory periods after climaxing, which requires some downtime before going up for round two.
This is more common than squirting and coregasm and any woman can master it, though not every woman can handle another orgasm almost immediately.
To achieve multiple orgasms, contract your pelvic muscles on your own by squeezing and releasing it, just the same way, you would hold and release urine. This will help to sustain the blood flow, which increases sensitivity and make another orgasm easier to reach. If you don’t go all the way back down to the pre-arousal state, you can work your way up to another orgasm more quickly.
9. Sleep Orgasm
This sounds like a lot of fun. Yes, like a wet dream. But this is a whole more. Though not very common, some women can have an orgasm during an erotic dream while sleeping. Some people experience them more often during less sexually active periods.
Sleep orgasms usually happen with a sexy dream, which causes increased blood flow to the genitals that somehow allows the body to reach orgasm while a woman isn’t even awake.
10. Fantasy Orgasm
This one is pretty self-explanatory. The easiest way to explain it is to fantasize your way to climax, without touching your body, just flexing your mind’s muscles until you reach the big cum. It is the orgasms resulting from mental stimulation alone. Breathing and fantasizing often work hand-in-hand. You may be able to visualize situations and allow your body to respond sexually in conjunction with breathing exercises.
How to achieve fantasy orgasm, let your mind go where it wants to go, remove any limitation, settle on your sexiest possible scenario as you engage whatever breath feels best for you and immerse yourself deep in it. Really get yourself into the scene, and just keep using your imagination until you and your fantasy self-climax.
11. Breath Orgasm
One common factor to orgasm is the mind. That is where it all begins, which is to say; you can actually breathe your way to climax if you can do away with the intrusive thoughts that may want to distract the pleasure. The way you breath has a significant impact on your stimulation, sensation and orgasmic response.
Orgasm is different for different folks, so the way to achieve this may not be the same for everyone. You have to experiment with different types of breathing to know what works best for you. Whether, deep or shallow breaths, rapid or slow breaths, inhalation through the nose or any other way that feels best for you.
In any kind of sexual activity, honest communication is paramount. To derive maximum pleasure, tell your partner what you want, how, and where you want them. It’s better to have these conversations even before engaging in sexual activity, it’s equally ideal to guide your partner during sex. Just find a way to communicate what you want either with words or with your body language.