Top Techniques for Vaginal Orgasm

Vaginal Orgasm

One of the most frequent requests I get during sex coaching, is to teach techniques for vaginal orgasm.

When women first start masturbating, they learn to achieve climax by stimulating the clitoris. This leaves the glorious world of vaginal orgasm untapped - that is, until she finds a lover who is willing to explore various techniques for vaginal orgasm. There is, in fact, considerable more variety in the ways in which women can be stimulated to orgasm than there is for a man... what an advantage!

Vaginal orgasm is less common than one might think... Penis thrusting is simply not the best stimulus for female climaxing, therefore only about 20 to 30% of women report having regular vaginal orgasms. However, with the right position and techniques, chances are significantly improved.

Experts are pretty much agreed that women who orgasm vaginally are experiencing stimulation of the anterior (front) wall of the vagina. The inner walls of the vagina have nerve endings - not to mention extremely sensitive areas like the G-spot and the A-spot. Stimulation of these sensitive areas inside the vagina produces intense excitement in most women.

Preparation for Vaginal Orgasm

The stronger the vaginal muscles, the more pleasurable sex becomes due to the ability to 'grip' the penis. A daily Kegel workout can go a long way towards strengthening the muscles surrounding the pelvic platform.

1. First, isolate the pubococcygeus (PC) muscle by inserting a finger into the vagina and tightening your muscles around it. If you can feel your muscles squeezing your finger, you're in good shape. If not, it is easily fixed!

2. Contract and relax the PC muscle 25 times, twice a day, to begin with. It's best to start off slowly and working up to the number of repetitions needed. When you can do 25 fast, move on to 50 twice a day.

3. If you've mastered 50 contractions twice a day, work on holding each contraction to the count of three before releasing.

At this point, you should notice a vast improvement during intercourse. Your vagina will be tighter and you will also be able to massage your lover's penis while he is inside of you.

Best Techniques for Vaginal Orgasm

- Clitoral and vaginal orgasms have the same stages of physical response. Sex researchers believe that clitoral stimulation is in fact the primary source of both kinds of orgasms. Vaginal orgasms are therefore most likely to occur when the clitoris is stimulated during penetration. This can be achieved through manual stimulaton or the use of a vibrator.

- Alternatively, some effort has to be devoted to working out the angle and the position that will put the head of the penis in contact with your G-spot. The woman-on-top positions can work well for this, but if you both like the missionary position, it works well to put a small pillow under your lover’s back or lifting her legs. The idea here is to push the upper wall of the vagina against the head of the penis, allowing you both maximum pleasure.

How does a Vaginal Orgasm Feel?

In contrast to clitoral orgasms, vaginal orgasms produce a more widespread 'warm-wave' sensation.

Also keep in mind that vaginal orgasms are very powerful and can release an emotional response - some women have a strong urge to laugh or cry after a sensational vaginal orgasm. This is actually a good thing... it's just part of the release!


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