Orgasms may be elusive, but when experienced, take you to a whole different world! Since it’s a topic that isn’t as openly discussed, we’re sure you have some questions about it. Don’t worry girls, like always, we’ve got your back. Here is a list of questions about the female orgasm...and their answers!
1. Can I only get an orgasm when I’m having sex?
No, you don’t need to have sex to orgasm. It can be experienced even when you’re doing something like getting a head massage or even when you’re at the gym. Yes, you heard us right! The flow of hormones and the feeling of being turned on results in getting an orgasm and it can potentially happen, anywhere.
2. Is it normal if I don’t get an orgasm every time I have sex?
If you have trouble climaxing, then you’re not the only one! As much as it’s important to get stimulated physically, it is also important to be in the right frame of mind. You have to ‘set the mood’ and it’s absolutely okay if you don’t orgasm every single time you have sex - it takes time and effort!
3. Do women ejaculate?
While it’s common knowledge that men ejaculate, it’s a lesser known fact that a few women do too. We have prostate glands that secrete liquid through hardcore stimulation of the G-spot. It’s also known as ‘squirting’. It’s rare, but it happens.
4. Where is the G-spot?
First things first, it’s not a spot. It’s an area which is very sensitive and is located on the anterior wall of the vagina.
5. How can I locate my G-spot?
Your G-spot is located about 2-3 inches inside the vagina, mostly on the upper side of the wall. When you’re in a sexy mood, feel around for a sensitive patch. Contrary to what you might have heard, it isn’t that difficult to locate.
6. What is the correct way to masturbate?
There is no one way to mastrubate. Generally an orgasm can be achieved by some gentle rubbing. Some women use sex toys such as a vibrator, in order to climax. It’s all about what floats your boat.
7. Is it easier to experience an orgasm when I’m on my period?
Orgasms during your period may be enhanced due to the fact that you’re more sensitive during this time. In fact, a lot of women prefer having sex on their period because it’s more pleasurable than the other days of the month.
8. Can I have multiple orgasms?
Um.. Yes! With a few easy tricks, such as an arousing foreplay and stimulating your G-spot, you can achieve multiple orgasms!
9. Can orgasms really cure an illness?
Yes, it has the power to make you feel better. Nothing major, but an orgasm can help get rid of an annoying headache and sometimes, even period cramps. The reason is that a hormone called oxytocin is released, which facilitates a positive emotional state of mind and hence makes you feel much much better.
10. What if I’ve never experienced an orgasm?
It’s absolutely okay! Also, women who have not experienced an orgasm in their life still enjoy sex. If you haven’t, don’t worry, you will eventually get there. Also remember, practice makes perfect!
11. Does using a condom affect the intensity of an orgasm?
It’s possible to experience amazing orgasms even when you’re using a condom. It’s always best to use a condom because it not only protects you from an unplanned pregnancy but also from most STDs. Always practice safe sex, girls!
12. What is the best position for orgasm?
Again, whatever floats your boat! There isn’t necessarily one specific position that is considered to be the best when trying to experience an orgasm.GIFs: Giphy, Tumblr