A few things you should know when you are at the pinnacle of sex (Part 1) - the technique of vaginal orgasm

A few things you should know when you are at the pinnacle of sex (Part 1) - the technique of vaginal orgasm

Almost every woman has had an orgasm, and all you need to know is the ability to overcome all odds in order to achieve the pinnacle of orgasm. To reach orgasm easily, sex toys can be of great help.

Next,we will explain in two parts:

  • Part one, will be a quick anatomical review, "The Science Behind Vaginal Orgasms" and "Why Vaginal Orgasms Are Different From Clit Orgasms." Think of the first part as a basic homework. This will be very important information to help you achieve vaginal orgasm more easily.
  • The second part, the "skills" required for vaginal orgasm.

vaginal and clit orgasm

The clitoral orgasm is produced by stimulating the clitoris outside the vagina; while the vaginal orgasm is produced by the stimulation of the man (the other half), toys, fingers, etc. inside the vagina. A lot of people believe in the G-spot in the vagina, but it may not be an individual, it's more of a truth residual sensation of irritation on the clitoral surface.

Clitoral stimulation is more common during intercourse, and less than half of women experience regular vaginal orgasms during intercourse. Women who report having vaginal orgasms during intercourse may find vaginal orgasms more intense and satisfying than clitoral orgasms.

right location

Every woman has a slightly different vaginal orgasm. Some women can achieve vaginal orgasm with general sexual stimulation from a partner or a toy without the need for specific stimulation in specific areas.

Some people require intense stimulation "anterior vaginal G-spot" to achieve vaginal orgasm. While some people don't believe there is a specific anatomical structure called the G-spot, it does exist. He is about 5.08 cm inward on the front wall of the vagina, but can be a little hard to find.

Some women require intense stimulation of the A-spot (the A-spot also has other names, such as "deep spot", "anterior fornix erogenous zone", AFE), which is the front wall of the vagina, but is much deeper than the G-spot you know.



However, you may also find areas of sexual pleasure elsewhere in your vagina. Find your body and preferred stimulation to achieve vaginal orgasm so you can go further and try to find your "favorite" way.

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