Orgasm (orgasmos "excitement, swelling"; also sexual climax) is the
sudden discharge of accumulated sexual excitement during the sexual
response cycle, resulting in rhythmic muscular contractions in the
pelvic region characterized by sexual pleasure. Experienced by males
and females, orgasms are controlled by the involuntary or autonomic
nervous system. They are often associated with other involuntary
actions, including muscular spasms in multiple areas of the body, a
general euphoric sensation and, frequently, body movements and
vocalizations. The period after orgasm (known as the refractory
period) is often a relaxing experience, attributed to the release of
the neurohormones oxytocin and prolactin as well as endorphins (or
"endogenous morphine").

Human orgasms usually result from physical sexual stimulation of the
penis in males (typically accompanying ejaculation), and the clitoris
in females. Sexual stimulation can be by self-practice (masturbation)
or with a sex partner (penetrative sex, non-penetrative sex, or other
sexual activity).


Erogenous zone




Orgasm is a physical reflex, usually a pleasurable one, when the
muscles that were tightened during sexual arousal relax and the
body returns to its pre-arousal state. During sexual arousal there
is increased blood flow to the genitals and tensing of muscles
throughout the body and particularly in the genitals. Orgasm reverses
this process through a series of rhythmic contractions. For people
with vulvas, contractions occur in the lower part of the vagina, in
the uterus, anus, and pelvic floor. About 10 percent of people with
vulvas also ejaculate fluid from the urethra at orgasm. For people
with penises, contractions occur in the penis, anus, and pelvic floor
and most will experience ejaculation from the penis at orgasm.

What is an orgasm?




Orgasm is also commonly known as cumming or coming. It is difficult
to put into words as everyone describes it differently; however,
there is no need to feel bad if you are not sure whether you had one
or not. Since sex is entirely exciting it can be tricky to know about
reaching your climax during sex. However, feeling this way is totally
normal and acceptable especially when you first begin to masturbate
or if you have recently become sexually active.

When the sexual tension is at its max, you are more likely to have an
orgasm, followed by the release of pressure in the genitals and the
body. At times it is very intense like a rollercoaster as if you are
on top of the hill and then freefall down; other times it may feel
like a Ferris wheel ride. So it basically varies individual to
individual and intercourse to intercourse.

As it is no surprise that every person differs from the other; however
there are some common signs that may indicate that you had or you are
having an orgasm.

There is instant contraction/squeezing of muscles of vagina, uterus
and anus once every second, five to eight times when you are having
an orgasm. At times you or your partner may feel it happening; however,
when the sex is oh-so-good you may get caught up in it and might not
notice you are cumming.

Breathing and heart rate shoot up and reach at their maximum levels.

Some individuals undergo sex flush which is characterized by reddened
face, neck and chest.

Orgasm cause the release of endorphins, hormones responsible for relaxing
you and making you feel good, so you are likely to fall asleep or feel
uber-blissed afterwards. Perhaps that's the reason why few people choose
to masturbate to alleviate stress or pain or simply to get a good night
sleep. Don't panic if your clit feels extra sensitive after cumming i.e.
you may feel uncomfortable after touching it.

What Does an Orgasm Feel like?




you can have four different kinds of orgasms





Take a new route to climax with these fresh, pleasure-boosting moves

You gotta love routines. They get you out of the house in the morning
or into the gym at the end of the day. But relying on a routine to get
off in bed? Not so sweet. Here's why: There's more than one blissed-out,
body-tingling way to a happy ending, and the more paths you travel, the
more exciting sex will be (and stay).

According to a recent study published in the journal NeuroQuantology,
there are four distinct types of female orgasm (clitoral, vaginal,
blended, or multiple orgasms). You should try them all—starting tonight.

Clitoral Orgasm

You know the external sweet spot is highly sensitive, thanks to the 8,000
nerve endings that congregate there. And if you're like most women, it's
the go-to point of stimulation to send you over the edge. But according to
Sari Cooper, a certified sex therapist in New York City and a columnist for
Psychology Today, heading straight to the clitoris gives you a less
pleasurable orgasm than if your partner touches, caresses, or massages other
parts of your genitals before he homes in on that hot spot.

Vaginal Orgasm

Though there is still some debate as to whether the G-spot exists, 30 percent of
women claim they can have a big O from having the famous erogenous zone stimulated
through penetration alone.

Blended Orgasm

Experts say a combined clitoral and vaginal orgasm is the most powerful finale
(it can be twice as strong and intense as either orgasm is by itself).

Multiple Orgasms

To be clear, multiple orgasms happen one right after the next, not at
different times in one session (although those are great too). Studies
show that multiple orgasms are possible for some women if they can
withstand being continuously stimulated after their first (and second
and. . .) "finishes."

4 Orgasms Every Woman Should Have




There are 11 different types of orgasms that a woman can have.

1. The Clitoral Orgasm:

This orgasm is the most common and is the result of clitoral stimulation.
Intensely pleasurable feelings start within the clitoris and send waves of
pleasure throughout the body.The clitoris is the most sensitive area on the
female body, being one of the most nerve rich. If you are a guy, imagine
ALL the nerve endings in the penis poured into one small area about the size
of a pea.The clitoris is so important to receiving pleasure that sexual
arousal is always felt there on some level. That is why the clitoris is so
responsive to certain kinds of touch.

However, it’s not the same for every woman; it’s sensitivity varies greatly
from woman to woman. Some women may prefer a light touch while others may
require much stronger and firmer stimulation. For some women, it’s so
sensitive that touching the clitoral glans directly is often uncomfortable
and unbearable. After an orgasm, the clit may become extremely sensitive to
the point of being painful. As a good lover, you should know that, and give
your woman a few minutes of rest.

This kind of female
orgasm can be given:


My advice to those women who complain that their partners have no idea of
how to give it, show them, communication is key for a woman to achieve
orgasm. Tell your partner what feels good and what doesn’t feel good. Help
your partner be attentive to your sexual needs.


I highly suggest that women masturbate, simply to figure out what you like
and what you don’t like. Again, communicate to your partner let them know
if they are doing it wrong or if its hurting you. Always keep the clitoris
lubricated, it enhances pleasure and helps achieve the orgasm faster.

How does this orgasm
feel to a woman ?

A clitoral orgasm can be very intense, but many women describe it as
“less deep” than others. Nevertheless, it is extremely pleasurable, and
good clitoral stimulation adds a lot to your sex life and helps her “warm
up” and prepare for penetration.

2. The Vaginal Orgasm:

This kind of female orgasm begins in the vagina and either stays focused
in the pelvic and lower stomach areas, or spreads from there. The uterus,
pelvic muscles, and even anus may begin to contract during this orgasm.
Those contractions are quite strong and may actually push out anything
that was stimulating the vagina. This kind of orgasm takes longer to
achieve (it takes a woman on average 20-25 mins to achieve this kind of
orgasm) Rhythmic thrusting is often the best way to get her there, a
good lover will communicate with his woman and find out the best position
for her to reach it.

How does this kind of
orgasm feel to a woman ?

Many women describe it as “less intense” than a clitoral orgasm, but more
deeply felt. They feel it as a pressure that slowly grows and explodes
deep inside the vagina. This varies greatly from woman to woman.

3. The G-Spot Orgasm

This orgasm begins in the G-Spot(which is located 2-3 inches in the vagina)
and may stay there while climaxing or it may powerfully explode through the
whole body (I like to call this the leg shaker). This spot feels different
in texture than the rest of the vagina. It is spongy and coarser in texture
than the rest of the vagina, which is normally how it is found. During sexual
arousal, the tissue surrounding the urethra becomes engorged with blood and
the Para-urethral / Skenes glands produce and fill with prostatic fluid. In
fact, this process is very similar to male arousal. As a result, the urethral
sponge becomes “erect,” and if you touch it, it feels firm. In other words,
this is a kind of female hard-on.

How to reach it:

There are different ways of stimulating the G-Spot. Rhythmic pushing or circular
friction movements are the best for achieving this kind of orgasm. One position
that is good for reaching this sexual peak is from the back or fingering.

This orgasm may also lead to female ejaculation.

How does this kind of female
orgasm feel to a woman ?

This kind of female orgasm takes some time to build( again 20-25 minutes) Many
women describe it as a very special, deeply sensual pleasure, which builds until
their whole lower stomach and pelvic area explodes. Often, they are carried away
for quite some time by the powerful wave of euphoric energy and don’t even realize
where they are and what is going on around them (I like to call this one the leg

4. Squirting Orgasm (Female Ejaculation)

This kind of female orgasm is so profound that it deserves a book of its own. It’s
mysterious and not a lot of women achieve this in their lifetime. Female ejaculation
is generally achieved by stimulating the G-spot, which is considered an erotic zone
located internally, at the front of the vagina. This area is intimately connected
with the urethra. Indeed, pressure on the G-spot area will invariably produce a
desire to pee. A woman has to be EXTREMELY comfortable with her partner or with
herself in order for this to be achieved. This kind of female orgasm builds a very
deep bond between a woman and her partner. This is the most intimate and delightful
thing your woman can share with you.

In short, this powerful orgasm is achieved by using ancient Tantric techniques. It
releases negative emotions and fills a woman with light, euphoric energy and a feeling
of fulfillment and peace. Squirting makes other kinds of female orgasms look pale in

Note for single women:

if you don’t have a partner or just want to experience this kind of
orgasm on your own, here is the good news … it is perfectly possible !

5. The A–Spot Orgasm
(The Anterior Fornix Orgasm)

This kind of female orgasm is achieved by stimulation of an area deep
in the vagina (about 4-5inches) on the front wall. It is the same wall
where the G-Spot is situated. In other words, this is a patch of
sensitive tissue at the inner front end of the vaginal tube, between
the cervix and the bladder.After an orgasm, the A-Spot does not become
too sensitive, and you can easily continue stimulation, bringing your
partner to new heights of pleasure, this is why women are able to
achieve multiple orgasms.

Many women find the feeling incredibly pleasurable, while some may not
like it at all. Keep this in mind when experimenting.

How is this orgasm given:

Basic missionary position, where a man is short-thrusting very deeply
during intercourse.

With a hand. Use the same technique you use for stimulating the G-Spot,
but in this case, go as deep as your fingers can reach. Simply said,
you just try to “scoop it out” with your middle finger.

Many women describe this orgasm as a kind of soft electricity bringing
them to a sharp, erotic climax. A few women find this orgasm very
similar to the G-spot, while some find it closer to an extremely strong
vaginal orgasm.

6. The Deep Spot Orgasm
(The Posterior Fornix Orgasm)

This kind of female orgasm is achieved by stimulating the area located
almost all the way back in the deepest part of the back wall of the vagina,
just before the cervix.Direct stimulation of the Deep Spot can cause very
intense orgasms. Some women may feel as if they are having anal sex. This
particular area is not widely known, so very few women have ever
experienced those sensations.

This kind of female orgasm can be given with a hand, using “Come Hither”
motions. Use both long and short strokes, and you can even use two fingers
if you like.


first find out what kind of feeling your partner has when you touch her
cervix. Some women enjoy it a lot, and some do not like it at all.

7. The U-Spot Orgasm

This kind of female orgasm comes from the stimulation of a small area of
sensitive erectile tissue located just above and on either side of the
urethral opening. It is in the small area between the urethra and the
vagina. If this region is gently caressed with the finger, the tongue, or
the tip of the penis, there is a powerful erotic stimulate
this area the same way you treat the clitoris.

Almost every woman can achieve the orgasms above but there are more. These
are less common and a woman’s sexuality is key to achieve these.

8. The Breast Orgasm

This kind of female orgasm occurs during a peak of stimulation to the
breasts. The nipples connect to nerves in the female genitals and many
women feel a direct connection with their clitoris when their nipples
are stimulated. Many women feel increased sexual excitement when their
nipples are stimulated but not all of them can experience the breast
orgasm. This depends very much on how sensitive their nipples are.

9. The Oral Orgasm

This orgasm can be experienced by women who are very sensitive orally.
The mouth plays a big role in the sexual nervous system. The mouth
orgasm can take place during any sensual oral activity such as kissing,
licking, sucking, or performing oral sex. Many women describe the
excitement as beginning in their lips and then spreading from the mouth
to the genitals and all over the body.

YES you can achieve orgasm while giving head. Every mans dream

10. The Skin Orgasm

This orgasm can be brought about by massaging certain areas of female body
that are not directly connected to the sexual nervous system. Examples
include orgasms experienced by many women during sensual massages.

11. The Mental Orgasm

This kind of female orgasm can happen during visual and auditory stimulation.
Examples of such stimulation are movies, videos, or sexual behavior exhibited
in front of others. Women become so turned on that they can actually experience
an orgasm from the excitement alone.

Do this: Lay down and turn on a porn or keep the room quiet. Close your eyes
and focus on the sounds envision what you think is happening and pretend it
is happening to you. Imagine the scenario that you want, let your mind
completely take over. Flex your kegal muscles. This takes time and full

11 Different Types of Orgasms




Four steps to feeling pleasure from your fingertips to your toes.

Tantric sex sounds intimidating, but taking some tips from the ancient
practice sets you up for electrifying full-body orgasms that you can
feel from your fingertips down to your toes. And who wouldn't want that?

1. Think Big

Stop focusing only on what you're feeling below the belt. "Imagine all
that energy running up your spine, down your arms into your hands, and
up into the top of your head," says Barbara Carrellas, author of Urban
Tantra: Sacred Sex for the Twenty-First Century. "Once you learn to open
yourself up, you can let more sexual energy flow through you."

2. Breathe

It's natural to hold your breath when you're on the brink of climax, but
Carrellas says you'll feel a deeper pleasure if you fully inhale and exhale.
"Practice while you masturbate," she says.

3. Scream and Shout

Or grunt or sigh. Your partner will feel appreciated, but it's not just for
his enjoyment. "In tantra, there are seven different energy centers (or chakras)
in the body: perineum, lower belly, upper abdomen, heart, throat, forehead, and
top of the head," says Carrellas. "Making higher-pitched sounds brings your
sexual energy up to these higher centers, while making lower sounds brings it down."

4. Do Your Kegels

Squeezing and releasing the pubococcygeus muscle (the same one you use to stop the
flow of urine) in a slow, deep rhythm as intercourse gets more intense will help
you orgasm longer and more powerfully.

How to Have a Full-Body Orgasm




What does Anal Orgasm mean?

An anal orgasm is an orgasm that is achieved by stimulation of the anus.
This type of orgasm is usually brought on by anal penetration, such as
with the penis, a finger, anal beads, or an anal vibrator. This type of
penetration can indirectly stimulate the G-spot in women and directly
stimulate the prostate in men. Some men and women, however, may even
experience anal orgasms through analingus.

Relaxation and plenty of lubrication are the keys to having or giving an
anal orgasm. Start slowly with an anal massage or analingus. Once you or
your partner is relaxed, try inserting one finger into the anus. Additional
fingers, a penis or a sex toy can also be inserted, but make sure this is
done slowly, as the anal tissues are delicate and prone to tearing. Manual,
oral or vaginal stimulation may also be needed to help facilitate an anal

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