Benefits of a Clitoral Orgasm

Direct or indirect clitoral stimulation is the most common way for a woman to have a regular (not necessarily “super”) orgasm. Before we get too far into this subject, it may be helpful to learn a little about the clitoris.

  •  The clit is located just inside the vaginal opening. It has an extraordinary relationship with the vagina. It’s complicated to see because it’s mostly hidden behind the labia minora (the little lips) that surround the vaginal entrance. But once you learn how to find it, the clit is quite a tiny nub of flesh, it contains a high concentration of nerve endings, and it’s susceptible. And the truth is, only a tiny portion of the clit is visible. The rest of it is hidden by the rest of the female anatomy, but it extends down to the bottom of the pubic bone.
  •  Two things are exciting about the clitoris. First, it’s a fascinating fact that all female mammals have a clitoris. That means even animals other than humans enjoy the way sex feels.
  • The clitoris is indeed made from the same material as the penis. The clitoris becomes a full-fledged penis in men after the male fetus is exposed to testosterone in the mother’s womb. Just like the penis, the clitoris fills with blood and becomes erect during sexual arousal. The clitoral hood is essentially the same as the foreskin of a penis. The only real difference between a clitoris and a penis – besides location in the body – seems to be that the penis is used for urination while the clitoris is not.

With that said, it’s important to remember that the clitoris is similar in size to the penis, even though most of it is hidden. Vibrations through the pelvic region caused by intercourse can stimulate the nerve endings in the hidden part of the clitoris, which can also cause orgasms.clitoris and it's parts explained

Many people don’t realize the clit is located at the top of the vagina. Because of this, most men have difficulty finding and stimulating this highly erogenous zone. This leaves most women dependent on their partners for total sexual satisfaction. Traditional intercourse, by itself, usually does not provide enough stimulation for the majority of women. Therefore, most women need to be stimulated in some other way while having intercourse. This usually involves oral or anal sex.

Some men feel uncomfortable or even ashamed about bringing their partner to orgasm. They don’t know what to do. This is a common problem and, if you are in this situation, using the suggestions in this book will give you a leg up on the competition.

Another way to increase your odds for getting a “yes” is to use what I like to call “multi-tasking.” Multi-tasking means the man does more than one thing at the same time. For example, he may be thrusting deep while maintaining a steady rhythm and applying just enough pressure to keep her arousal. If the couple wants to achieve orgasms at or near the same time, this is the best option.

Many other couples I know to resort to an alternative approach. One person reaches orgasm at a time. Depending on how each person best reaches orgasm, this may be a possibility, but it’s usually not the most satisfactory approach.

The best thing about clitoral orgasms is that there are no “rules” regarding how or where they are achieved. Because the entire area is so susceptible, experimenting with these types of orgasms can also add some much-needed interest and spice to sexual relationships that have lost their passion over time.

Different women prefer different types of clitoral stimulation. While some like direct stimulation, others find it uncomfortable and instead choose to have the area around the clitoris stimulated instead. Women who have masturbated will generally have a better idea of what type of stimulation they prefer than women who have not.

Before telling you what happens during a vaginal orgasm, let me tell you what happens during a clitoral one. As I mentioned above, the clitoris feels up with blood and becomes erect like a penis. This means it’s usually easier to spot when a woman is aroused. Because the clitoris does not need to be erect for sexual intercourse, clitoral orgasms will only happen if the woman is aroused properly. That means some foreplay is generally a requirement. When the clitoris is repeatedly stimulated, it becomes more engorged with blood, further heightening its sensitivity. With another stimulation, a point is reached when all of the tension in the area must be released, and this point is considered the orgasm.

What is clitoris orgasm?

The clitoris is the female organ that produces intense sexual pleasure. It is often compared to a male penis for its supposed “erect” (upright) state. However, the real excitement of this organ is when it is soft and flaccid. When it becomes engorged with blood, it is tough and very sensitive. This causes a woman to experience a much more powerful orgasm than one which is not clitoris-driven. There are several ways to stimulate this area.

How to induce clitoris orgasm?

If you want to know how to induce a woman to have an orgasm through her clitoris, concentrate on rubbing it vigorously for a few minutes… and then stop! Don’t keep rubbing after you’ve achieved your goal. Women need to be gently led to the point of orgasm. They don’t need a lot of “teaching” to achieve this goal; they only need a little “help” along the way.

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