Female Orgasm: Seven Types of Pleasure

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There are many types of female orgasm, and this post will explain seven ways for females to experience pleasure.

An orgasm is the body’s response to receiving sexual stimulation from intimate encounters, caresses or intercourse. Blood accumulates in the genital area during the sexual stimulation process, and it is released when the orgasm contractions occur. Orgasms are accompanied by a series of sensations that produce intense pleasure.


There are three major types of female orgasm: clitoral, vaginal and mixed. The clitoral orgasm is the most common, and seventy-five percent of women need clitoral stimulation to reach orgasm. Let’s review seven types of vaginal orgasms:


Clitoris Orgasm – The Easiest Female Orgasm


This is the most direct approach to achieve a female orgasm thanks to 8,000 nerve endings in the clitoris. The clitoris is an organ designed to give pleasure to women. The sensation is localized, sharp, powerful and has a short 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.


Positions that can help with clitoris orgasm:

Vaginal Orgasm


The walls of the vagina have thousands of nerve terminals that require a patient stimulation rhythm to achieve orgasm. Vaginal orgasms are typically more intense than clitoris orgasms.


U-Spot Orgasm


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.


Cervical Orgasm


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.


A-Spot Orgasm


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 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.


In addition to exploring your body to find the A spot, try sexual positions with penetration from behind, and the missionary position, but keep the pelvis elevated with a cushion.


G-Spot Orgasm – The Famous Female Orgasm


This is one of the most famous places of the female sexual anatomy. Try the following to find your G spot:

  1. Insert a finger into the vagina.
  2. Feel for the front wall (the side where the navel is located).
  3. Move your finger around until you find a spot that feels different when you press or rub it.
  4. 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, but it is not urine, it contains prostatic acid phosphatase (PAP).


Multiple Female Orgasms


Multiple orgasms occur when a female climaxes several times during the same sexual session. The female multi-orgasm is an extraordinary experience that every woman should achieve in her lifetime. Unfortunately, there is no special method to experience multiples, but the more you know your body and what you like, the easier it will be to reach sexual nirvana.


A woman’s body is a great source of pleasure, and the more you explore by yourself or with your partner, the greater your chances of achieving many types of female orgasm.


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