In partnership with Alex Szadkowski
Whoever made the list of the 7 wonders of the world, definitely forgot about adding a place that even the most sophisticated travelers want to reach but know not much about — the female orgasm.
The female orgasm in itself is a mystery that not many detectives could solve and that even the newest branch of the CSI TV show would have trouble investigating. But we’re here to shine a spotlight on the mysterious phenomenon known as the female orgasm and make you discover what you just don’t know (yet)!
We made a list of all the things you ever wanted to know about the female orgasm but were too scared to ask. So don’t fear anymore, because we’re about to uncover that mystery for you!
The Vaginal Orgasm
A vaginal orgasm is much less common than its neighbor in the north, the clitoris, but once you achieve it, it can be like a trip to the stars and back! However, to achieve a vaginal orgasm, you’ll need some help. As the name suggests, the vaginal orgasm is achieved inside; therefore, the trick is to penetrate the vaginal walls to achieve that desired feeling.
However, if you don’t have a partner to help you achieve that, don’t worry too much. Being alone can be as fun if you just allow yourself to experiment with some toys that can do the trick! Check out some squirting dildos to guarantee yourself the best orgasm without having to involve a significant other in your experimentation — no need to thank us!
Remember, not everyone orgasms from the same stimulation type, so you may first need to discover the trick to satisfy yourself in just the right way!
The Clitoral Orgasm
Let’s talk about the clitoris versus the vagina. Not only do these two differ in their structure, look, and positioning but also in the orgasm they provide (or do they)! Both direct and indirect stimulation of the clitoris can lead to a clitoral orgasm, with pressure building up when you rub it just the right way, and a spectacular release at that pivotal moment — the climax.
We won’t educate you on how to achieve that type of stimulation because you or your partner know best what works for you, but our tip is that a toy or two never hurt anybody. Maybe that’s all you need to achieve the climax you’ve been waiting for because everyone deserves a treat from time to time, isn’t that right?
We’ve all heard about the infamous G-Spot, but what is it really all about? Well, let’s start off with its location so that you can navigate the way easily. It is located in the front wall of your vagina, and it is reachable most conveniently by some specifically shaped toys. Yes, you’ve heard it correctly, the G-Spot can provide an immense feeling of joy; however, the trip to reaching it may require a specific map that may not be available at your corner store.
The G-Spot can be one of the most enjoyable places to reach during your private time and result in a simply unforgettable orgasm. If you haven’t yet figured out the magic spot, it’s all in your hands, or should we say in your toy! Try using a curved toy and searching for the elusive G-Spot, which can provide you with that unforgettable feeling of excitement. Even if you can’t reach it just yet, you might be positively surprised about the other areas you have just discovered!
What Happens During an Orgasm
During the arousal period, blood flow to the genitals increases, resulting in them being much more sensitive. In addition to that, as the sense of arousal increases, a person may experience an increase in their heart rate, blood pressure, and even breathing. When you’re near reaching that climactic point, the muscles may twitch or spasm, with many women reporting that they even experience rhythmic muscle spasms in the vagina during an orgasm.
However, what you have to remember is that everyone is different, and so is everyone’s orgasm. Not everyone will feel the same during an orgasm, and not everyone will even be able to reach it. If you have trouble climaxing, look for potential causes that may be impacting that, such as high-stress level or mental health problems, which are a common cause of a lack of orgasms.
An orgasm is a great thing to experience from time to time (or every day – more power to you), and it can certainly make your sex life much more exciting. Whether it’s a clitoral, vaginal, or any other type of orgasm that does it for you, one thing’s for sure, and it’s that they may be different orgasms, but they all feel just as amazing.
If you struggle to orgasm and suffer from vaginosis, you might consider using cannabis or CBD to help you relax. Make sure you check out the best strains for female arousal to help you get started.
If you’ve ever wanted to add some sex toys to your life, now’s the perfect time to try them out and discover a feeling that will make you realize you might have a 6th sense. Either way, we’re leaving you with the information we provided because the only way to test it out, is in fact, in practice.