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5 Types of Orgasms and How to Achieve Them

Explore the world of pleasure with learn about different kinds of orgasms. Discover various types of orgasms and enhance your intimate experiences.

5 Types of Orgasms and How to Achieve Them

“Yes, yes, yes!” Those are the words we all hope to be shouting during sex. It’s that blessed moment when you feel the euphoria of an orgasm. Ahh, an orgasm. It’s a slice of heaven, really. It’s that thing we all hope to be having and having lots of. But did you know that there are different types of female orgasms? It’s true. There’s a whole world of uncharted territory waiting for you to explore. Today, we’re going to take you on an ecstasy expedition. Buckle up.

According to sexual health nurse and presenter on The Sex Clinic in the UK, Sarah Mulindwa says, “When we have sex, what you feel physically sends signals through your nerves to the brain—which reacts by releasing chemicals that make you experience even more pleasure. As sexual tension builds, the outer third of the vagina becomes particularly engorged with blood, creating what researchers refer to as the ‘orgasmic platform’.” So basically, our bodies are setting the stage for us to climax. Now all we have to decide is what kind we want…

“When we have sex, what you feel physically sends signals through your nerves to the brain—which reacts by releasing chemicals that make you experience even more pleasure.” – Sarah Mulindwa (sexual health nurse)

“When we have sex, what you feel physically sends signals through your nerves to the brain—which reacts by releasing chemicals that make you experience even more pleasure.” – Sarah Mulindwa (sexual health nurse)

 

There are 5 Main Female Orgasm Types.

 
1. The Clitoral

This is the most common form of orgasm for women. It occurs as a response to clitoral stimulation. In 2019, NeuroQuantology, a scientific journal, conducted a study of orgasms. They found that clitoral orgasms were "localized, sharp, bursting, and short-lasting.”

2. The Vaginal

This one is connected with that illusive G-spot. Though every body is different, the G-spot is roughly located a few inches inside the vagina on the upper wall. To achieve a vaginal orgasm, this spot must be stimulated either with a finger, penis, or wand toy. During penetration, massage this spot with a “come hither” motion. So instead of simply going in and out, the movement needs to be angled or scooped, like if you were motioning with your fingers for someone to come closer. Vaginal orgasms are typically longer lasting than clitoral and can feel like a full body experience.

“Vaginal orgasms are typically longer lasting than clitoral and can feel like a full body experience.”

3. The Blended (Multiple)

To achieve a combo orgasm, both the clitoris and G-spot need to be stimulated simultaneously. Yes, that means double the effort, but it also means double the pay-off.

4. The Coregasm

If your immediate thought was “What is a coregasm?” We understand. This is a more uncommon and not often talked about type of orgasm. It is an orgasm triggered by exercise. Debby Herbenick, PhD, sex researcher and author of the new book, The Coregasm Workout, says that women who have experienced these orgasms describe them as less intense, but still pleasurable. After you get your heartrate up, then you head to core strengthening. “Exercises like hanging leg raises are the most beneficial for an exercise O, since they work the lower abs. Coregasms seem to start in your ab muscles before moving down to your lady parts. But just one set of crunches isn’t going to cut it; you want to work your muscles to the point of fatigue, and then keep going once you start feeling some excitement,” says Herbenick. (If you’re not a fan of physical fitness, this just might be the motivation you need.)

5. The Cervical

The G-spot gets all the fame but did you know that you also have a C-spot? Now don’t rule this sweet sister out, she can deliver intense, full-body ecstasy too. These orgasms start in the cervix and spread through the abdomen and body. How do you have a cervical orgasm? During sexual stimulation, the cervix moves up and towards the front of the body. Since the vaginal canal gets longer when aroused, only deep penetration will be able to reach the cervix, which means a penis or sex toy will be required. Here’s another juicy tip–stimulating the cervix means that the walls of the vagina will also be getting rubbed. This will excite the clitoral bulbs that hug the walls. Result–a more powerful orgasm experience. (Side Note: When experimenting with cervical stimulation, it is still crucial to stop if it hurts and avoid painful movements.)

“The G-spot gets all the fame but did you know that you also have a C-spot? Now don’t rule this sweet sister out, she can deliver intense, full-body ecstasy too.”

Now that we know what kinds of orgams we could be having, let’s talk about How To Make Them More Frequent:

1. Spend more time building up your arousal through touching or stimulating erogenous zones like the nipples, breasts, or the anus.
2. Change your intensity of touch. This includes stopping and restarting. Delayed gratification can work up to a more pleasurable orgasm.
3. Practice solo sex to better understand your body and what feels good to you.
4. Talk openly. Communication is important. Coach your partner on what best stimulates you.
5. Try new positions, types of sex, or new behaviors.

Use Vella Women’s Pleasure Serum. Not to be confused with lube and arousal oil, pleasure serum is like nothing else currently available on the market. This pleasure serum was designed by the same scientific team that developed Viagra® and Cialis®. It makes sex more comfortable and more pleasurable. With three pumps applied topically to the vagina, it works to increase blood flow and engorgement for natural lubrication making every cis-woman’s body orgasm ready.

Practice makes perfect. Like the old saying goes, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.”

Orgasms feel amazing. Not only that, but they improve our well-being too. Orgasms are proven to reduce stress and anxiety, aid in better sleep, boost your mood, enhance your skin, and relieve pain and menstrual cramping. Those are plenty of reasons to say, “Yes, please!”

Now that you’ve got some new destinations on your map, we wish you happy travels as you go for the O.

Orgasms are proven to reduce stress and anxiety, aid in better sleep, boost your mood, enhance your skin, and relieve pain and menstrual cramping. Those are plenty of reasons to say, “Yes, please!”