Orgasm through sex

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Not clitoral. Others feel pressured to by society or their partner s. Whatever your reason, Ella, vaginal orgasms let you experience pleasure in a new way and enhance intimacy. Here are some steps to experience one—and to keep it coming literally.

How to Have—and Keep Having—a Vaginal Orgasm

Vaginal orgasm 'doesn't exist', researchers argue - NHS

While movies and pop culture may have normalized the not true notion that female orgasm requires penetration, the truth is that you very rarely hear women say they can achieve orgasm just from penetration. Some experts say 70 percent of women rarely or never have orgasms, but men put a premium on it for a few obvious reasons: 1 porn and 2 they want to feel like their penis is a sexual hot rod that will make you speak in tongues and throw your vibrator into a volcano. But some women still claim to be able to have vaginal-only orgasms! So then how can you still have a purely vaginal orgasm without G-spot stimulation? So while you might identify vaginal and clitoral orgasms as two different animals, the source of the pleasure actually comes from the same spot: the clitoris.

How to orgasm more easily during sex

Many women will experience difficulty reaching orgasm from time to time. And for some, sexual climax remains frustratingly elusive. We look at the common issues that can hinder orgasm and find out how women can improve their chances of getting there.
Each woman's ability to orgasm during sex depends almost wholly on physical development that occurred while she was still in the womb, according to the review authors. During gestation, the clitoris begins to drift up and away from the vaginal opening, the researchers said. But among women whose clitoris drifted too far up, it may be very difficult or even impossible to have an orgasm during sex, because traditional lovemaking doesn't provide enough friction to stimulate the clitoris, said Dr.