A “vaginal orgasm” is the notion that women can have an orgasm through stimulation during intercourse or other vaginal penetration, entirely without clitoral stimulation. However, the vagina has few nerve endings, and therefore cannot create an orgasm on its own.
A clitoral orgasm doesn’t have to be different from other types of orgasms. It’s just a term used when a woman is having an orgasm from clitoris stimulation. After a clitoral orgasm, a woman’s clit often gets very sensitive. Sometimes too sensitive for any stimulation at all.
“Research shows it’s clitoral stimulation, not vaginal stimulation, that is the powerhouse of the female orgasm,” says sex therapist Ian Kerner, Ph.D., author of She Comes First. In other
The clitoris packs a punch when it comes to orgasm, and is often the seat of a woman’s pleasure. An orgasm from clitoral stimulation can feel quite different from an orgasm that occurs as a result of vaginal stimulation, even though the two are quite interrelated.
The clitoris, with its 8,000 nerve endings, exists to give you pleasure.A climatic way to enjoy make the most of it is, unsurprisingly, a clitoral orgasm. But what exactly is a clitoral orgasm
"Generally, the clitoris is the powerhouse of the orgasm," Ian Kerner, Ph.D., licensed marriage and family therapist and author of She Comes First, tells SELF. "But the clitoris is an internal
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The more textures, sizes, speeds, and shapes you bring into play, the more nerve endings you can stimulate, making a blended orgasm more likely. Have your partner alternate between touching your
If you’re a guy who is used to giving women vaginal orgasms only (perhaps your previous partner couldn’t have clitoral orgasms, or preferred vaginal stimulation—or maybe you just never put thought into it until now), you may have no idea where to start when it comes to giving clitoral orgasms.
The clitoris is the go-to sweet spot for most women when they want to experience the pleasure and release of an orgasm. But while clitoral orgasms may be the most accessible kind, this tiny