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« on: August 12, 2008, 11:39:21 AM »

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Date Posted: 06/17/2005 6:45 PM       



Also called "coming," climaxing, or having a "big O," an orgasm is often the pleasurable climax during sexual activity.
What is an orgasm? It's defined as the peak of sexual arousal when all the muscles that were tightened during sexual arousal relax, causing a very pleasurable feeling that may involve the whole body. During orgasm, many women's heart rates skyrocket, their breathing quickens, and their blood pressure rates increase; muscles throughout their bodies spasm, but mostly those in the vagina, uterus, anus, and pelvic floor.
Sound dangerous? It isn't. In fact, most women who have had an orgasm will tell you that it's quite nice.
To put it mildly, orgasms feel good. During orgasm, chemicals called endorphins are released into the bloodstream. They cause pleasant sensations to ripple through the body, but they also make many women feel happy, giddy, flushed, warm, or sleepy.
So, how do women have orgasms?
For starters, almost any type of sexual stimulation can lead to orgasm. A woman can have an orgasm through intercourse, oral sex, or anal sex; manual stimulation of the vulva by her partner; body rubbing ("dry humping"); or masturbation. Some women can even have orgasms just by touching their breasts or by fantasizing about sex!
For many women, the contact has to be much more direct ? right on the genitals ? and in a regular, rhythmic pattern. Stimulation of two major parts of the genitals can cause a woman to have an orgasm: the clitoris (which is a part of the vulva) and the vagina. A woman can have an orgasm through stimulation of just her clitoris, just her vagina, or both. But most women have orgasms through stimulation of the clitoris.
Although some researchers believe there is just one type of female orgasm, others believe that stimulation of these two parts of the genitals can cause different types of orgasm. During a clitoral orgasm, the vagina becomes longer; it causes a pocket to be formed beneath the uterus. During a vaginal orgasm, the uterus drops lower and shortens the vagina. Stimulation of both the vagina and clitoris can cause a blended orgasm, the third type of orgasm. All these orgasms may feel different from each other.
Here's some more information about vaginal orgasms: there is a particular place inside the vagina called the G-spot (short for the Grafenberg spot, named after the researcher who "discovered" it), a small bunch of nerves, about the size of a quarter, that's located about an inch or two inside the vagina on the side closest to the navel. It can become extremely sensitive during sex play. And the G-spot can swell, which may make it easier to find.
Sometimes during stimulation of the G-spot, a clear fluid will spurt out of the urethra. The fluid is similar to that produced by the prostate gland in men that makes up the liquid portion of semen. Yes, it's true ? about 10 percent of women can actually ejaculate!
Most women will have one orgasm, and then they'll need to take a long break ? stop or reduce sex play ? before the next one. But some women can have several in a row ? they can have multiple orgasms.
Many women ? about one out of three ? have trouble reaching orgasm when having sex with a partner. Most women experience orgasm through clitoral stimulation rather than through vaginal penetration. So if a woman is having difficulty reaching orgasm, she may want to try clitoral stimulation during, before, or after vaginal intercourse and oral sex to have an orgasm. Keep in mind, every woman's body responds differently to various kinds of sex play. Each woman has different preferences for the ways in which her clitoris is stimulated.
Most women who reach orgasm with a partner have also experienced an orgasm from masturbation. Women who have never had an orgasm may want to try to masturbate and learn what pleases them. It may take some time, but practice makes perfect.
So, now that you're an expert on orgasms, spread the word. The more women and their partners know about orgasms, the easier it will be to have one. Enjoy!
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« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2008, 01:48:08 PM »

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Most women will have one orgasm, and then they'll need to take a long break ? stop or reduce sex play ? before the next one. But some women can have several in a row ? they can have multiple orgasms.

The difference between clitoral and GSpot orgasms is that the clit generally gets OVERsensitive right after orgasm. That means it has to be left alone for several minutes because even looking at it funny will cause her to smack you up the side of the head. It is THAT sensitive.

The GSPOT is deeper and needs to be pummeled. It does NOT become too sensitive to touch right after a G-Gasms so the trick here is to get the GSpot stimulated properly, give her a massive G-Gasms, wait 15 seconds to a minute (no more) and then repeat the motion. She will have another massive G-Gasm. Repeat again and the same thing happens. This will go on for as long as she can stand. It is truly life altering for those who have never done this before.

Many women have trouble cuming once and if they do it is a one time thing usually through clitoral stimulation. G-Gasms are different. They are described by most women as far deeper, intense and of course the fact that you can give her as many as she wants or as many as she can take is an awesome addition to any couple's love making. When this so-called researcher says ""some women can have several in a row "" it may be a breakthrough discovery for science but read the Technique below and if it works for your woman the term ""several in a row"" will sound ridiculous. G'luck.

http://forum.literotica.com:81/showthread.php?t=70892




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« Reply #2 on: November 14, 2009, 07:47:12 AM »

Mr G's -
"The difference between clitoral and GSpot orgasms is that the clit generally gets OVERsensitive right after orgasm. That means it has to be left alone for several minutes because even looking at it funny will cause her to smack you up the side of the head. It is THAT sensitive.

The GSPOT is deeper and needs to be pummeled. It does NOT become too sensitive to touch right after a G-Gasms so the trick here is to get the GSpot stimulated properly, give her a massive G-Gasms, wait 15 seconds to a minute (no more) and then repeat the motion. She will have another massive G-Gasm. Repeat again and the same thing happens. This will go on for as long as she can stand. It is truly life altering for those who have never done this before. "

Yep - nature gave us a HUGE gift here!

Lot's of women can orgasm from clitoral stimulation, but afterwards it is too sensitive for further attention for a while and the down-side is that her arousal subsides and further orgasms have to be "worked for" basically from scratch.

However after a clitoral orgasm the G-spot is very accepting of stimulation, and arousal is maintained. I think it was Dr Bauer in his book "Extended Sexual orgasm" who suggested alternative clitoral and G-spot stimulation for successive orgasms.

In my journey through serial monogamy I have had several long-term partners who when I met them believed that they "have no G-spot". However my experience with ALL of them is that after several weeks/months of regular G-spot stimulation their periurethral area (G-spot) became more sensitive to stimulation; more swollen when aroused; and produced more arousal and (sometimes!) orgasms. I'm told (by Dr John Perry - author of "The G-spot") that the G-spot is served by a different set of nerves than the clitoris, and that is why resulting orgasms are experienced differently. This G-spot nerve system has to "booted-up"!

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« Reply #3 on: November 23, 2009, 09:28:14 AM »

The object in that article was trying to figure out what is the neccessity of a female orgasm - we all know that mans ejaculation has a reason... so, the funny part is: Why give pleasure
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« Reply #4 on: November 29, 2009, 02:17:46 AM »

So both parents have at least one truely pleasurable memory before the children are born and take over their lives.  Not that I believe the female orgasm is necessary for conception to occur.

Or you could just run with nature playing a sick joke on women, again, teasing us with pleasure while allowing the man to have it each and every time........just a thought
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