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The Anatomy of an Orgasm

An orgasm is an orgasm, right? Not exactly.

There are actually multiple different kinds of orgasms. Here are just a few.

Clitoral Orgasms

A clitoral orgasm is an orgasm triggered by direct stimulation of the clitoris. A clitoral orgasm is best described as “localized, sharp, bursting and short-lasting.”

These are the most common types of orgasms that a woman will have, and they are also often the only type of orgasm that many women have experienced.

G-Spot Orgasms

A G-spot orgasm, also known as a vaginal or penetrative orgasm, is an explosive, all-over orgasm that your partner is not soon to forget.

The G-spot is often regarded as a mythical structure. But you can actually find the female G-spot quite easily about one to two inches into the vagina. The easiest way to find it is to insert your fingers, finger pads up, into the vagina. As you move along the “roof” of the vagina, you’ll find a soft, squishy bulb.

To stimulate, it’s as easy as doing a “come hither” motion with your index and middle fingers. You can also gently push, flick, and circle the G-spot with your fingertips.

Men can get in on the fun, too! It’s widely believed that the prostate is the male equivalent of a G-spot. The prostate is a small (i.e. walnut-sized) gland that resides within a male’s anal canal. It can be found just a few inches past the opening.

The main function of the prostate is to produce seminal fluid which protects the sperm. Prostate stimulation, though, has been found to trigger intense orgasms similar to that of a g-spot orgasm.

These orgasms are fittingly referred to as “P-spot orgasms.” So how can you help yourself or your partner to achieve such a climax? With just a bit of anal play. Whether you want to experiment on yourself or your partner (with their permission, of course), you can stimulate the prostate during masturbation or intercourse.

Add a bit of lube to your finger, and insert your fingertip slowly. You’ll quickly feel a fleshy bulb that feels different from the tissues surrounding it. This is the prostate. Gently press into the prostate.

You can also stimulate the prostate externally by pushing firmly into the perineum, also known as the taint. You don’t need to stimulate the prostate the entire time you’re having sex. You can wait until you or your partner are close to climaxing, and then gently tickle or otherwise stimulate the gland.

If you’re feeling adventurous, you can use a wide-based vibrator for an even more intense climax.

Nipple Orgasms

If you think that orgasms can only happen below the belt, think again! The nipples have millions of nerve endings within them, which is similar to the clitoris and the glans. As such, they can be stimulated to the point of giving yourself or your partner an electrifying orgasm.

A nipple orgasm will vary from person to person. In general, though, it’s not as intense as a clitoral orgasm. And it’s certainly not as full-body as a g-spot orgasm. But nipple stimulation is an easy way to add excitement to your lovemaking.

The most straightforward way to give your partner a nipple orgasm is by stimulating with your fingers. Tickle, tug, squeeze, and lightly flick. You can also use your tongue, teeth (gently!), an ice cube, or a vibrator for extra fun.

Just experiment, and be sure to listen to your partner’s verbal and non-verbal cues.

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