Clitoral Orgasm Every Woman Should Have

Clitoral Orgasm Every Woman
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A vast majority of women report that they often experience difficulty achieving an orgasm during sexual intercourse. This is mainly due to the fact the most of these women experience an orgasm through their clitoris. Before a woman can have a clitoral orgasm, you first have to understand what a clitoral orgasm is.

The Clitoris

A woman’s clitoris is located at the top of her labia, next to her vaginal opening. This small, hard nub of tissue, is full of thousands of tiny nerve endings. It is these nerve endings that can cause a woman to orgasm when they are stimulated. The clitoris will also become swollen as a woman becomes more aroused. There are several ways in which a woman can become sexually aroused, and one of the ways is to tell her how your are going to please her. Unlike men, women experience several different stages of arousal and one way to help her progress through the stages is to talk to her.

Different Ways to Stimulate the Clitoris

There are several different ways to stimulate her clitoris, and the most common way is by using hands and fingers. Instead of moving straight to her G spot, or clitoris, consider beginning with foreplay. Using your hands and fingers, slowly begin stoking her upper thighs and lower abdomen. Also gently stroke the sensitive area around her labia. Slight pressure is usually alright in this area, but some women find that any type of pressure might be too intense. If so, the area below the clitoris is generally less sensitive and can tolerate light caresses.

Not all couples are comfortable with using a vibrator, but for those who are they can be useful for stimulating a clitoral orgasm. Using a vibrator can help free up your hands, for additional sensual strokes. A vibrator can also be used instead of a man’s penis for rubbing against the clitoris. Often it can be difficult for a man to line up correctly, without causing pain to the woman. A vibrator can still provide pressure, without causing discomfort. Another sexual aid includes lotions and lubricants. While female sexual enhancement products are often used to help moisten the vagina and penis, they can also be used to help her experience intense pleasure. Many of these lotions provide different warming and cooling sensations, while others can cause an exciting tingling sensation. For you partner’s pleasure, some of the lubricants are even flavored.

His mouth is probably one of the best tools to use for an amazing clitoral orgasm. When it is combined with his tongue, the sensations that can be elicited are intense. The mouth not only has natural lubrication and warmth, it is also capable of producing some incredible motions and sensations. For added pleasure, alternating between gently sucking on the clitoris and blowing on it can bring some of a woman’s most exciting and intense orgasms.

Using his penis to achieve a clitoral orgasm can be exciting and fun for both partners. Instead of simple entering in the vagina, spend time on foreplay and on teasing each other. Before engaging in intercourse, couples can try having the woman lay on her back. With her legs closed tightly together, have her partner slowly slid up her until her is even with her pelvis. Having him slowly rub his penis against the labia and clitoris can not only stimulate it, it can also result in an orgasm.

Understanding The Clitoris

Part of a healthy sex life is understand your body, and the way it naturally responds to sexual stimulation. Once a woman understands her clitoris, and how it can be stimulated, she can expect to begin having amazing orgasms. Sexual intercourse is about satisfying both partners, and one way to do this is by giving her a clitoral orgasm. Once you understand how, you will both begin to experience a satisfying and pleasurable healthy sex life.

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Expert Author : Mark Simms (Consumer Health Digest)

Mark Simms is a prolific freelance health and beauty writer, independent researcher with a long history and expertise of providing reliable and relatable health content for magazines, newsletters, websites including blogs and journals. He also enjoy exploring men’s and women’s health category writing articles about sex and relationships, product review and providing information on sexual health.