Our Sexuality! Magazine Spring 2017 - Page 43

Clitoral Orgasm

The clitoris is the pleasure spot specially designed for women. It is the most sensitive area on the female body, being one of the most nerve rich - over 8,000. The vast majority of women experience clitoral orgasm through direct stimulation or indirect stimulation of the internal structure of the clitoris. Intensely pleasurable feelings start within the clitoris and send waves of pleasure throughout the body.

Vaginal Orgasm

This kind of female orgasm begins deep in the vagina near the cervix and either stays focused in the pelvic and lower stomach areas. In fact, many women do not even realize that are experiencing a vagina orgasm because it begins so deep inside of the vagina. A vaginal orgasm may or may not happen in unison with a clitoral orgasm. During a vaginal orgasm the uterus and pelvic muscles contract. The contractions are so strong that they can actually push anything that is inside of the vagina out, i.e. penis of sex toy. A vaginal orgasm takes longer to achieve. Continuous rhythmic thrusting is often the best way to bring a woman to a vaginal orgasm.

A-Spot Orgasm (The Anterior Fornix Orgasm)

The A-Spot is located deep in the vagina, about 4-5inches, on the front wall of the vagina. An A-Spot orgasm is achieved by stimulating this small patch of sensitive tissue which is located near the cervix. When stimulated, the A-Spot can lead to rapid vaginal lubrication and arousal.

Also referred to as the Epicentre, this is a patch of sensitive tissue at the inner end of the vaginal tube between the cervix and the bladder, described technically as the ‘female degenerated prostate.’ (In other words, it is the female equivalent of the male prostate, just as the clitoris is the female equivalent of the male penis.) Direct stimulation of this spot can produce ferocious orgasmic contractions. Unlike the clitoris, it is not supposed to suffer from post-orgasmic over-sensitivity.


The G-Spot is located about 2-3 inches inside the vagina on the front wall. The G-Spot is about the size of a nickel and the texture of the G-spot is much more spongy and coarse than the rest of the vagina. At first, it may be difficult for a woman to locate her G-Spot, however it becomes much easier to find after she has had one orgasm. During sexual arousal, the tissue surrounding the urethra becomes engorged with blood and the Para-urethral / Skenes glands produce and fill fluid. The fullness of the gland stimulates the feeling of needed to urinate, this is partly because of the pressure of the fluids surrounding the glands of the urethra. Additionally, G-Spot orgams is also responsible for the elusive female ejaculation.

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