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The Female Orgasm
I've had this talk lately, and it brought me to making a post about it. I was talking to someone about women have two types of orgasms, and though I couldn't fully explain myself without blushing a bit, I decided to do a little scientific research to back me up.
One source states:
The clitoral orgasm is experienced very specifically in the clitoris; whereas the vaginal orgasm begins deep in the vagina, but spreads outward in feeling. Clitoral orgasms are sharper and more intense, vaginal orgasms are deeper and more full-body. One type of orgasm does not replace the other; in fact, the more of one kind a woman has, the more she may find herself wanting the other kind. They work together.
Here's a little more info from another source:
Hmmm, the implications are mind boggling are they not? A woman being able to attain two SEPARATE types of orgasm? Amazing!?! Now, here's my take on it. I've only really started experiencing vaginal orgasms in the last year or so. I'm not sure if it's a change in my body that has come with age, or my own ability to become relaxed with sex to experience it. Either way, I'm certainly not complaining about it. I do know that my G-spot is linked to it. I have read that through vaginal ultrasounds and other testing, some women's G-spots are not as developed as others, which may contribute to whether or not they are experiencing it as easily. Stimulating the clitoris and (for some women) pressure in or around the vagina cause pelvic fullness and body tension to build up to a peak. Orgasm is the point at which all the tension is suddenly released in a series of involuntary and pleasurable muscular contractions in the vagina, uterus, and/or rectum. (Some women do experience orgasms without contractions.)
The difference between a "clitoral" and a "vaginal" orgasm lies in which body part is stimulated to achieve orgasm, not necessarily where you feel the orgasm. The clitoris has a central role in elevating feelings of sexual tension. During sexual excitement, the clitoris swells and changes position. The blood vessels through the whole pelvic area also swell, causing engorgement and creating a feeling of fullness and sexual sensitivity. Your inner vaginal lips swell and change shape. Your vagina balloons upward, and your uterus shifts position.
You or a partner can stimulate your clitoris in a number of different ways by rubbing, sucking, body pressure, using a vibrator. Although some women touch the glans of the clitoris to become aroused, for others it can be so sensitive that direct touching hurts, even with lubrication. Also, focusing directly on the clitoris for a long time may cause the pleasurable sensations to disappear. Your clitoris can also be stimulated during sexual intercourse, most often with the woman on top - this happens when the clitoris is rubbed against the man's pubic bone. It can also be achieved when the man is on top if the man positions himself high enough so that his pubic bone presses against his partner's clitoral area. You or your partner can also stimulate your clitoris with fingers during intercourse to help bring you to orgasm.
For some women, the outer third of their vagina is also very sensitive. When stimulated during intercourse or other vaginal penetration, these women can orgasm. This would be what you referred to as a vaginal orgasm — without clitoral stimulation.
Something that caught my eye though, was "One type of orgasm does not replace the other; in fact, the more of one kind a woman has, the more she may find herself wanting the other kind. They work together."
I find myself in complete agreement with that. When I have one type, I find myself yearning for the other. Hmm, guess I'm just greedy.
I have learned for me personally, clitoral orgasm is a little more complicated for me to acheive, but once I do, it seems to make my g-spot more sensitive. I would assume that the clitoral orgasm causes additional blood flow and engorgement to the area, bringing about more G-spot sensitivity; therefore, allowing me to become vaginally mutli-orgasmic.
LADIES:Are you able to have both? Do you prefer one over the other? Are
there some tips/tricks you can share that help you acheive climax? (Ok
so that question is for me, I'm always looking for new outlets :::evil
grin::: )Which type of orgasm do you prefer?
GUYS: Feel free to throw your two cents in here, and voice your own
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Thank you so much for the education on female orgasm. I will show this to my mistress/wife as I think this is valuable info. All bulls and cucks should study up on this. After all isnt it all about pleasing the female as she deserves.
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I was reading your post and honestly thought, "Ok, the usual, big deal." (Not big deal like not glad your talking about it but I thought I knew everything their was to know- did you ever prove me wrong!)
I find it fascinating that you say one type of orgasm makes you want the other more!!!! I am so dumb! It explains so much about reactions woman give me when I go down on them. OK, "too much info", you're probably thinking but I wanted to say thanks for that and have one question:
What do you mean when you say that you have only been able to experience a vaginal orgasm in the past year but it's more complicated for you to reach a clitoral one? Just what it says, I guess. But does it mean you go through a complicated procedure to reach any orgasm until now? Is it more easy for you now and can one arrive before the other?
Always trying to understand more...
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Could you reference your sources? I'd like to know where they come from and who wrote them.
I would like to add one more curiosity to this topic, hope it's OK for you people.
In my fantasies I am sharing my wife with some guy but not pass it myself as well. So I am kind of living it out within our "bed games". I hug my wife from back, spread her legs and fuck her with two fingers from front until she gets orgasm and in a minute after her orgasm I slide my cock in and fuck her more for real, up to creampie. Sometimes, but not often she gets another orgasm when I ejaculate, but often not. Or I lick and kiss her pussy until she gets orgasm and then fuck her for real. I am just wondering if she just lets it happen and just endures it or if she is enjoying it.
My big QUESTION is: How it is? Is a penetration after orgasm for women annoying necessity or is it still pleasant?
In our marriage actually I last usually longer anyway. She is a quick one. Only after living out my fantasy through this fingerF/oral and giving her orgasm before I enter, I cum in a few first strokes, well, at least not longer than a minute or so.
I know that my wife has both types and has told me how different they feel. If I give her clitoral ones before we actually have sex, with a vibrator or manually, she has internal orgasms no problem once we do and they`re usually real intense. If we have sex without going to her clit first she rarely even has an orgasm. And when she does it`s usually nowhere near as satisfying for her. Frankly, it`s better for me too as giving her multiple orgasms first usually works me up as well and I find mine alot more intense. Frankly out/then in is a complete win/win they way I look at it.
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