The 5 Types of Female Orgasm

Orgasms occur at the peak of sexual arousal, radiating via the nervous system to all parts of the body. Basically, your body kicks into high gear: heart rates zoom up, respiration intensifies, blood pressure rises and the pelvic area and vulva throb at a euphoric peak. At this high level of sexual arousal, the body releases endorphins.

How do you know if you’ve experienced an orgasm? If your body moves or reacts in ways you didn’t intend, while waves of pleasure run through your body with brief aftershocks, you’re probably experiencing an orgasm. And like all the best things in the world (ice cream flavors, dog breeds, etc.), each orgasm is wonderful for its unique characteristics. We’ll go through each kind—see if you can find your favorite on our list.

1. Clitoral Orgasms

Filled with nerve endings, the clitoris is the primary source of sexual pleasure. It’s also where the vast majority of orgasms are produced.While stimulating other areas could cause an orgasm, it’s usually some sort of clitoral stimulation that triggers climax. In fact, one or more parts of the clitoral network usually participate in achieving orgasm. For example, consistent stimulation of the inner labia or commissure can lead to orgasm.

2. Vaginal Orgasms

Vaginal penetration can cause vaginal orgasms without any direct clitoral stimulation. However, the clitoris almost always gets stimulated indirectly during vaginal penetration, contributing to vaginal orgasms. Penetration strokes the nerve endings of the clitoral legs, located along the walls of the vaginal canal, giving pleasurable sensations. In addition, penetration indirectly stimulates the head of the erect clitoris. The act of pushing and pulling the inner labia during penetration also lightly tugs on the clitoris itself. So while “vaginal orgasms” are possible, the complex clitoral structure works in unison to produce them.

3. G-spot Orgasms

Stimulating the urethral sponge produces G-spot orgasms. By pressing up into your vagina’s roof, you’ll stimulate the G-spot tissue through the vaginal wall. Many women enjoy G-spot stimulation best after they’ve already had an orgasm, when the erectile tissue of both the genitals and G-spot is swollen and highly sensitive. This also makes it easier to locate the G-spot. While some women can orgasm from G-spot stimulation alone, many need simultaneous stimulation of the clitoris to achieve G-spot orgasm.

4. Female Ejaculation

Some women release fluid from their genitals during sexual climax, and this phenomenon of female ejaculation has been linked to sexual stimulation of the G-spot. When stimulated, the G-spot fills with blood and the surrounding glands fill with a clear fluid that’s a substance similar to male semen—without the sperm. These glands, connected to the urethra, transport such fluid. It either seeps, flows or squirts out of the urethra during ejaculation. If you happen to be a woman who ejaculates, rest assured—it’s a perfectly normal occurrence. And if you aren’t (yet)—there are toys that can get you started.

5. Multiple and Sequential Orgasms

Multiple orgasms are two or more orgasms, back-to-back, without any break of stimulation between each climax. Re-stimulating yourself every few minutes or so achieves sequential orgasms. Many women enjoy several orgasms during a sexual experience; others may achieve just one.You may have a highly responsive clitoris, or you may become sensitive to the point that continued stimulation is no longer pleasurable. For some women, too much stimulation is painful. Whatever your preference, simply be aware of your body’s potential so you can control just how many orgasms you enjoy during masturbation.

After an orgasm, the clitoris shrinks slightly but can be sexually re-aroused immediately. Achieving multiple orgasms is an art within itself. It’s all a matter of keeping an open mind as you explore, learn and practice.

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The 5 Types of Female Orgasm
The 5 Types of Female Orgasm
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Dr. Sadie Allison

Dr. Sadie Allison

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