People with Vulvas and Vaginas Can Have 15+ Different Types of Orgasm!!

Did you know that people with vulvas and vaginas can have 15+ different types of Bliss consciousness-expanding orgasms?

These yummy peaks of pleasure originate from the erogenous zones in which they are felt:

 

1- Clitoris:

Clitoral orgasms are the most commonly experienced type of orgasm. They are short and intense and are often accompanied by a refractory period.

 

2 – G-spot:

The G-Spot is located approximately 1-2 inches (when un-engorged and 2-3 inches when engorged) into the vagina on the anterior wall and has a distinct “corrugated” texture like the roof of the mouth. This area can carry a great deal of emotion and many people experience numbness or irritation when the G-Spot is initially stimulated.

 

3 – U-spot: 

U-Spot orgasms come from stimulation of the urethral opening where erectile tissue from the paraurethral sponge is present.

 

4 – A-spot:

The A-Spot, or Anterior Fornix Erogenous Zone, is located 3-4 inches inside the vagina on the anterior wall.

 

5 – Cervical: arise from stimulation of the cervix.

In Tibetan Tantric instruction, the cervix is the bottom end of the Central Channel, the core of the life force and enlightened awareness in the body.

 

6 – Uterine:

Uterine Orgasms arise from pleasure spreading to the Uterus during orgasm. They are often an extension of contractions and pleasure from a cervical orgasm spreading into the uterus.

 

7 – P-spot:

Posterior Fornix Erogenous Zone is found deep inside the vagina on the posterior wall, behind the cervix.

 

8 – Perineal Sponge:

The perineal sponge is a network of spongy erectile tissue located between the anus and vagina. It is an area of highly pleasurable sensation for many. This area is frequently damaged by vaginal childbirth.

 

9 – Anal:

These orgasms arise from stimulation of the Anus which has a high concentration of pleasure-sensitive nerve endings.

 

10 – Nipple or Breast:

The breasts and nipples are highly sensitive erogenous zones that have the capacity to experience orgasm. Additionally, stimulation of these areas releases oxytocin and prolactin.

 

11 – Blended:

Blended orgasms are any orgasms that originate from two or more erogenous regions. Examples of some blended orgasms are: clitoral/g-spot orgasm, nipple/clitoral orgasm, g-spot/a-spot orgasm, clitoral/anal orgasm, etc.

 

12 – Ejaculatory:

Any orgasm that is accompanied by an ejaculatory emission.

 

13 – Vaginal (whole vagina):

A blended orgasm where the entire vaginal canal experiences pleasure.

 

14 – Whole-body:

This orgasm happens when orgasmic energy courses through the entire body.

 

15 – Energy orgasms:

Energy orgasms can be experienced as small shutters of pleasure or “kriyas,” or can be experienced as full-blown no-touch orgasms. People have experienced these orgasms during meditation, while ocean breathing, and during pelvic floor exercises!

Our potential for pleasure is VAST and almost limitless.

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