Lesser Kn-O-wn Orgasms
Last week I wrote a blog on the more better known types of orgasms a woman can have. During my research, I came across a few articles that spoke about other kinds of orgasms. I love how much we are learning about the human body and specifically sexuality. As more research is done, and more information is gathered, we all grow and learn and the potential for improving our sex lives grows right along with it. Since I started working in this industry 12 years ago, one thing that I always tell my customers which has still not changed, is the importance of orgasms. Great orgasms combat stress. When you combat your stress, your life becomes more manageable. So having regular orgasms is an investment in yourself and your future.
So here are some new and wondrous ways to have that orgasm:
The Anterior Fornix Erogenous zone is an area of sensitivity that is located at the back end of the clitoris, where the wall begins to curve upwards. There is a sensitive tissue at the inner front end of the vaginal tube, between the cervix and the bladder. Penetration or even light touching of the cervix is uncomfortable for many women, but touching the anterior fornix can produce an immediate feeling of pleasure. In fact, if you have a cervix, you also have a posterior fornix!
Deep Spot Orgasm
This spot is the Posterior Fornix Erogenous Zone. Sometimes the A-Spot and Deep Spot have been combined together, but in actual fact, they produce different types of orgasms. The Anterior Fornix is not quite as sensitive as the Posterior Fornix. Stimulating the Posterior Fornix, can result in an exceptionally intense orgasm! The Posterior Fornix is situated on the other side of the cervix to the Anterior Fornix. To stimulate either the A-Spot or the Deep Spot, use a long vibrator or a penis.
This is a small patch of sensitive erectile tissue located just above and on either side of the urethral opening. It is absent just below the urethra, in the small area between the urethra and the vagina. Less well known than the clitoris, its erotic potential was only recently investigated by American clinical research workers. They found that if this region was gently caressed, with the finger, the tongue, or the tip of the penis, there was an unexpectedly powerful erotic response.
Nipple / Breast Orgasm
Nipple stimulation activates the same region of the brain as clitoral, vaginal and cervical stimulation. Nipples can be stimulated in a huge variety of ways. In addition to touching, pinching, fondling, sucking, nibbling, biting, there are also loads of toys you can use. Exploring all of these ways is where the fun lies. If your goal is to make sure she has a nipple or breast orgasms, without much thought as to the journey there, chances are you won’t have much success. The area around the areola are also incredibly sensitive and when a woman is aroused, her breasts can swell up to 25% of their original size. The most important thing is to know and accept that it can happen and open yourself up to the possibility.
Coregasm or Exercise Orgasm
'Coregasm' is a term used to describe orgasms that seem to occur from exercises or movements that engage the core abdominal muscles. Debby Herbenick, Ph.D., an associate professor at Indiana University's School of Public Health, and a research fellow and sexual health educator for the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, spent five years researching sexual behaviour related to exercise. What she found: At least 10 percent of all people — no matter the age, gender, or fitness level, experience orgasms while exercising. For women, coregasms were most likely to happen during ab exercises, biking, running, yoga, or climbing. For men, coregasms were most often reported during sit-ups, weight lifting, climbing, running, or chin-ups. Obviously some people had them in other instances, but these were the most common moves that brought them on.
In my opinion, the mind is where every single orgasm – no matter the type – originates from. If you are not in the right frame of mind, you can kiss your orgasm good-bye. But have you ever heard about having an orgasm without even being touched? An orgasm completely in your head? Well the mind is a super-powerful thing and it can happen! The key is letting go completely, and for many women, stress, stigma and exhaustion can all sabotage mental orgasm efforts. And even if you can reach a mental climax, sex expert Paula Hall indicates that doesn’t mean you should forgo a healthy relationship. Sex is primarily about connecting with another person emotionally and physically, and relying on a mental orgasm when alone is no different than physical masturbation–a poor replacement.