Clitoral vs Vaginal Orgasm. What are the differences?
Despite the fact, women can do multiple orgasm but actually this felt like what a real woman, whether vaginal or clitoral orgasm?
Orgasm first discovered by Sigmund Freud. Sigmund split into two types, namely vaginal and clitoral orgasm. Orgasm happens through stimulation of the clitoris is the climax predecessor, more in the moment before orgasm penetration occurred again.
Vaginal orgasm is produced by stimulation of the vagina. Some experts call it a sexology G-Spot orgasm. Orgasm can be achieved not just rely on vaginal stimulation alone, because the fact is most of the penis can not touch the G-Spot.
Some sex positions that allow deep penetration can be done to achieve the vaginal orgasm. Stimulating the G-spot by hand could be an option.
Meanwhile, clitoral orgasm is achieved through clitoral stimulation to the organs. This organ is located on the top end female genital lips and slightly closed. The clitoris as well as the penis in men, has a lot of nerve making it very sensitive when being touched.
When the clitoris is stimulated, delicate nerves in the small organ blood flow and make it a little bigger. Then comes a sense of pleasure when the clitoral stimulation is felt.
The pleasure spread from head to bottom through the thigh to the foot. Nipples harden instantly, the skin becomes warm. And when marking the arrival of orgasm, vaginal muscle contractions felt stronger and spread to the outer genital area.
Clitoral orgasm can be achieved through stimulation in three ways, namely oral, hand (masturbation), or sexual intercourse. Stimulate the clitoris is more effectively done by hand compared oral and sexual intercourse. Strengthened through a survey, that 84 percent of women who masturbate orgasm claimed that comes from stimulation in the clitoris.
Meanwhile, the woman on top position during intercourse is believed to facilitate the emergence of clitoral orgasm. Women can arrange themselves how quickly receive clitoral stimulation, to immediately get the sensation of orgasm.