When we talk about sex life, it’s all aiming at the same point. Of course, the best part, the “big O” which mean orgasm. So, one question, are you satisfied with your sex life? Do you get an orgasm every time in a solo session or with your partner?

This disparity has created a frustrating average: women orgasm 62.9% of the time from intercourse with familiar partners, while men orgasm 85.1% of the time. But what if we could close that gap? What if women could master their below-the-belt domain and learn how to orgasm whenever they wanted to… and in as little as 60 seconds or less?

So, in order to make a couple play reach a win-win end, as well as being a good partner(sometimes, for yourself), before knowing how to get a big O quick, let’s get a closer look at the types of female orgasm.

Clitoral Orgasm

The clitoris is a small organ with a lot of nerve endings that peeks out from the tiptop of the vulva, is often covered by a hood, and extends down the inside of the labia. The best way to stimulate the clitoris is by gently rubbing with the fingers, palm, or tongue in a back and forth or circular motion. And of course, a strong vibrator will release your sour arm/tongue.

Vaginal Orgasm/G-spot Orgasm

A vaginally-stimulated orgasm, also known as the controversial “G-spot” orgasm is an orgasm that occurs through intentional stimulation of only the vagina. It’s often misconstrued as the “best” way for women to orgasm, but it’s often the most difficult for ladies. Instead of a penis, try fingers or a good quality sex toy. Insert the fingers or toy into the vagina and make a “come hither” motion toward the belly button will do.

Blended Orgasm

A blended orgasm happens when both a clitoral and vaginal orgasm occurs simultaneously. These twin orgasms have been known to last anywhere from 1 to 15 minutes, ending in a “giant” orgasm. Try massaging your nipples and breast tissue while rubbing a vibrator on your vulva, or penetrating your anus while stroking your labia.

Anal Orgasm

Anal penetration should at first be a slow process, especially if you’re new to the sensation. The tight muscles and thin epithelial cell layer within are subject to tearing, but they are also able to provide you with sensational pleasure. Graduated bead strands are a good starter toy to add to your sex toolbox.

Orgasms can happen many times in a row or just once, and they don’t always happen. Don’t define your orgasms by someone else’s description… that’s ultimately shorting yourself on pleasure. Bodies are different. Orgasms are different. But the path it takes to get there is all about experimenting, communicating, and trying again.

Just remember: Orgasms aren’t the end goal of sex.

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