Top Five: Types of Female Orgasms

A 2017 survey found that over 40 percent of women aged 25-45 had not experienced an orgasm by vaginal penetration. Here are our top 5 types of orgasms.

The Multiple Orgasm:

To be clear, multiple orgasms happen one right after the next, not at different times in one session (although those are great too). Studies show that multiple orgasms are possible for some women if they can withstand being continuously stimulated after their first.

Clitoral Orgasm:

The clitoris is stimulated, muscular tension builds, and there are vaginal contractions and a release very large of the energy. These can occur very localized just in the clitoris, or the feelings can spread up into the belly and groin and over the whole body. They can be teeny-tiny, or humongous. Clitoral orgasms can be ‘extended’.

The Mega:

Megagasm is an intense full body experience, a deeply emotional experience, and for some a deeply spiritual experience. It generally lasts an extended lengthy of time, from forty seconds to in some cases up to an hour or two. Several megagasms have been documented on video, although they are extremely rare. Not that many women are capable of letting go that deeply or handling that much pleasure and ecstasy and orgasmic energy.

The All Over Orgasm:

Also known as the full-body orgasm has been known to be felt from your toes and fingertips to the back. It’s the kind of orgasm you want to have and not just need to have because you’re horny.

Unregrettable:

That all encompassing feel good orgasm that leaves no strings attached.

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