The orgasm is like the prize at the end of a race, and a lot of us end up winning each time. Men usually have no problems getting to their prize, but a lot of women still struggle to orgasm during sex. It becomes easier when a woman takes matters into her own hands, but it isn’t the same during penetration, which kinda sucks. With enough patience, persistence and experimentation with your partner, however, you’ll be able to get to the prize and find out that there’s so many different types just waiting for you. Even if it’s harder for us to achieve an orgasm, it’s definitely worth it when we finally get there. Here are the types of orgasms you can aim for the next time you’re alone or with your partner:
1. The Clitoral Orgasm
This kind of orgasm is one that most women are familiar with. The clitoris is a button-like part of the vagina, located above the urethra and inside the labia minora (the inner lips). When it is stimulated through caressing, licking and rubbing, the resulting orgasm is described as short, intense, localized and bursting. Most women can reach an orgasm through clitoral stimulation in a few minutes.
Go solo and explore what gets you off first. The clit responds differently to different movements, and each person’s individual preferences matter. When in bed, guide your partner and let him/her know what makes you tick. This will certainly lead you towards climax faster.
2. The G-Spot Orgasm
A lot of people are still debating whether the G-Spot actually exists, but 30% of women have reported that they’ve orgasmed after G-spot stimulation. The G-spot is a spongy area made of erectile tissues which is located 2-3 inches inside the vagina. This orgasm can only be achieved through penetration, and is described as a “leg shaking, explosive, full body orgasm”.
Again, some solo time might be needed for you to figure out where your G-spot is exactly. Use your fingers to look for a rippled and spongy spot on the wall of your vagina, and use circular motions to stimulate the area. You can lead your partner’s thrusting towards your G-spot during sex. The best sex positions to target the spot are taking it from the back and girl on top.
3. The A-Spot Orgasm
The A-spot lies 4-5 inches deep into the vagina and beyond the G spot on the same wall. After an orgasm, your partner can thrust deeper inside and stimulate the A-spot to create a second orgasm, and possibly even multiple orgasms. However, not all women like the sensation of their A-spot being stimulated as it requires their partner to thrust much deeper into the vagina. The missionary position is the best spot to achieve the A-spot orgasm.
4. The Blended Orgasm
The blended orgasm combines both a clitoral orgasm and a G-spot orgasm, resulting in the probably the most powerful orgasm experience in a woman. It can be twice as intense as a G-spot orgasm and twice as long sometimes, lasting anywhere from a minute to 15 minutes. This is more achievable when the woman is extremely aroused, so spending a lot of time on foreplay like licking, touching, massaging and caressing will work as an excellent buildup. The best sex position for this orgasm is woman on top; this way your partner can stimulate your clitoris and you can control the thrusting.
5. The Squirting Orgasm
Most women may never be able to achieve this type of orgasm, but it doesn’t mean it cannot be done. Squirting, also known as female ejaculation, involves a stream of milky liquid that is released from the urethra during a G-spot orgasm, and causes a profound and powerful experience each time. There needs to be a very high level of comfort between partners (you can do it on your own too) and a high relaxed state to reach it, but it doesn’t work for every woman. Some researchers believe that some women are naturally able to squirt and some women will never be able to, while others claim that anyone can learn to achieve this orgasm.
6. The Coregasm
The coregasm can be felt when women exercise their abs (yes, it’s a real thing), and comes as a pleasurable sensation that starts in the abdomen and travels down to the vagina. Like squirting, not every woman might be able to achieve this type of orgasm, but you never know until you try those workouts. At the end of the day, if it gives you a reason to exercise, it’s a win-win situation.
7. The Nipple Orgasm
Stimulating the nipples lights up the same brain centers that stimulating the clitoris does, and many women have reported that the erotic feeling that comes when their partner licks and caresses their nipples is enough to send them off the edge. Combining clitoral stimulation and nipple stimulation results in a more intense orgasm than a clitoral orgasm alone, but many women can achieve an orgasm solely through nipple stimulation.