Types Of Orgasms Women Should Experience
3 Types Of Orgasms Women Should Experience — And The Ancient Chinese Method For Making That Happen
For many women, an orgasm is a fleeting experience, even a mythical creature. Some women even ask questions like, “What is an orgasm?” and, “What does an orgasm feel like?” because they have never experienced one. For other women, they’re even wondering how to orgasm in the first place.
A female orgasm is typically defined as a series of rhythmic contractions or pulsations in the vagina or “an intense pleasurable release of sexual tension … accompanied by contractions of the genital muscles.”
I would add to this that orgasm is about a build up of energy that suddenly starts to move, causing these vibrations and involuntary contractions.
Sexologists classically describe three kinds of female orgasms:
Clitoral orgasm: generally brought on by clitoral stimulation, and characterized by contractions and vibrations in the vagina entrance
G-Spot orgasm: generally brought on by stimulation of the G-spot, and characterized by deeper contractions from further within the vagina, and which may also cause female ejaculation or “squirting”
Cervical orgasm: which occurs when the cervix also starts to vibrate and move or contract.
These descriptions are helpful to know, but if you’ve never experienced an orgasm of any kind, let alone all three, the information may seem difficult to make sense of.
According to research conducted by psychologist Susan Nolen-Hoeksema of Yale University, fewer than 5 percent of women have a disorder known as anorgasmia, which is defined as “a type of sexual dysfunction in which a person cannot achieve orgasm despite adequate stimulation.”