Female Orgasm: Seven Areas of Pleasure
There are many areas of female orgasm, and each are delicious ways of experiencing pleasure.
An orgasm is the body’s response to receiving sexual stimulation from intimate encounters, caresses or intercourse.
For all people. blood accumulates in the genital area during the sexual stimulation process, and it is released when the bodily function of orgasm occurs.
Orgasms are accompanied by a series of sensations that often produce intense pleasure and feelings of sexual satisfaction, adrenaline, oxytocin, and other feel good hormones!
If I didn’t mention the power of the brain and imagination in orgasm, I would be doing us all a disservice. You have to be turned on in your mind – of course! Psychosexual therapy exercises may help if this doesn’t make any sense to you!
After you get warmed up, come join us in the seven areas of female orgasms!
1. Sex for One or More! Clitoral Pleasure in Female Orgasm
This is the most favored area to achieve female orgasm thanks to 8,000 nerve endings. The clitoris is designed to give pleasure and 80% of women report needing direct stimulation of the clitoral glands to have an orgasm.
The sensation is often localized, sharp, powerful, and quick in duration.
Rubbing, oral sex, the use of sex toys or certain postures that favor the friction of the pubis are ways to trigger clitoris stimulation.
2. Entering the Vagina
The walls of the vagina have thousands of nerves that require a patient stimulation rhythm to achieve orgasm. The thing is that the vagina doesn’t have the same amount of pleasure that comes from the areas where the clitoris is involved. This is likely due to minimize pain women feel in vaginal childbirth.
3. Cervical Pleasure
This type of orgasm takes its name from the cervix, which is the female reproductive organ that connects with the uterus. The cervix is three centimeters long and 2.5 centimeters in diameter. First, understand where your cervix is located, and then instruct your partner to massage it with intense strokes. The “doggy style” sex position is good, because penetration is intense and deep.
4. A-Spot Pleasure
The A-spot orgasm is found in the vagina and creates more intense female orgasms – even multiples! The A spot or Anterior Fornix Erogenous (AFE) zone, was reported to be discovered in the 90’s by Malaysian doctor, Chua Chee Ann.
It is located above the G spot about 7.5 centimeters from the entrance of the vagina, and on the anterior side, near the cervix.
If you want to explore finding it, sexual positions with penetration from behind, or the missionary position of the jackhammer will help!
5. The Famous G-Spot
This is one of the most sought after orgasmic experience I am asked about!
Try the following to find your G spot:
- Insert a finger into the vagina.
- Feel for the front wall (the side where the navel is located).
- Move your finger around until you find a spot that feels different when you press or rub it.
- If you feel the urge to urinate, do not be concerned – this is normal and it’s a good sign.
The most unique aspect of a G spot orgasm is that it can be accompanied by female ejaculation, which is completely normal.
The urethra releases the ejaculation fluid, and it contains prostatic acid phosphatase (PAP)!
6. The “U-Spot”
The U spot is located at the entrance to the urethra (located just above the vaginal orifice in the middle of the lips).
Many women enjoy a gentle stimulation in this area with fingers and tongue. You will find out that if you are interested in this, oil may feel better than lube!
7. Full-Body Orgasms
Full-body orgasms occur when a female orgasms throughout her entire body. We recommend full-body orgasms as often as possible! Especially during the same sexual session.
This type of pleasure happens the more you love and the more you know your body! If you need tips on how to experience sexual nirvana, we can help!
The skin is a great source of pleasure – for everyone. The mind as well!
Explore by yourself or with your partner, and the greater your chances will become of achieving pleasure from multiple areas!
If you still can’t find the courage to tell your partner you want to explore female orgasm or if you are scared to venture into the world of female orgasm alone, contact us. We can guide you!
Life Coaching and Therapy (L-CAT) is a relationship coaching and sex therapy practice that transforms our clients lives through our flexible, multi-technique approach and pleasure-skills training provided by systemically-trained therapists!