Vaginal and clitoral orgasm
By Suzannah Weiss Sept 26 There's a lot of debate over whether the vaginal orgasm is a real thing. But if you ask people with vaginas, it turns out many really can orgasm through stimulation of the vagina, even if that's because the clit extends into it. But are clitoral and vaginal orgasms different? And if so, what does each feel like? I asked eight cisgender women how the two kinds of orgasms felt different to them, and I was surprised to find pretty much no consistency among their descriptions. Some said the vaginal orgasm was more intense; some said the clitoral one was.
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Firstly, a clitoral orgasm is achieved through stimulation of the clitoris — and can be reached without any vaginal penetration whatsoever. A vaginal orgasm, or a G-Spot orgasm, is achieved through penetration alone. A recent Reddit thread asked women to describe what the difference in feeling was between the two. I shake a lot, and the aftermath leaves me breathless. You need to dedicate enough time to foreplay. If you're hitting it [the G-Spot], I'm done for.
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By Amanda Chatel Oct 18 As far as orgasms are concerned, the vaginal orgasm still remains extremely elusive for many. The reason for this is because, according to statistics, 75 percent of women need clitoral stimulation to orgasm , meaning only 25 percent of women can experience that aforementioned elusive vaginal orgasm through penetration alone. According to research, there are over 10 types of orgasms that women can experience , including kissing orgasms, mental orgasms, coregasms, and even childbirth orgasms, just to name a few.
A quest to experience 'vaginal orgasms' can cause women needless anxiety, sex therapists say. But does the vaginal orgasm really exist anyway? The anxiety is based on the notion that women can experience distinct types of orgasms, including vaginal orgasms and clitoral orgasms. It's long been a popular idea that a vaginal orgasm is desirable because it's supposed to be more intense and because it's more likely to occur during intercourse with a partner. But the notion there is a distinct 'vaginal orgasm' that is different to any other kind of orgasm is incorrect, many say.
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