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Vaginal orgasm and how to experience it


The term "vaginal orgasm" was first coined by Sigmund Freud. He believed that this particular type of orgasm, in contrast to the more common clitoral, is complete. Since then, sexologists around the world have been arguing whether this is really so and whether these two types of orgasm exist. And many women who experience only the usual clitoral orgasm feel left out.

In fact, there is no sufficient reason to believe that everything is exactly as Freud claimed. For example, there is evidence that any orgasm is somehow connected with the clitoris. After all, there are no nerve endings in the vagina, otherwise women would simply die from pain shock during childbirth. Opponents of Freud’s theory argue that all types of orgasm essentially come from the same root and are strongly associated with the psychology of a woman, her mood. And what is commonly considered a vaginal orgasm is just a deeper and more intense orgasm. That is why it feels like coming from the vagina.

However, proponents of the vaginal orgasm theory believe that a muscle located in the lower part of the vagina is responsible for its appearance. If this muscle is not developed, a woman will not see a vaginal orgasm. Therefore, those who want to experience new sensations need to train hard every day, namely, to do Kegel exercises. These exercises consist in tensing the muscles of the vagina and anus as if the woman wants to delay urination, and then relax them again. Keep the muscles tense for 3 seconds. Exercises should be repeated in series of 20-30 times, at least 5-6 times a day. You can also actually hold back the stream of urine while urinating. It is not forbidden to train during intercourse. It is necessary to try to squeeze the partner’s penis with the muscles of the vagina: both the man is pleased and the woman is benefited.

In addition, you need to find the so-called "point G". Sexologists also argue about its existence or absence in nature for a long time. But still it is believed that this point of pleasure is located on the front wall of the vagina, about 5 cm from its entrance. You can try to feel it with your finger, it is believed that this point is about 1-3 cm in diameter and slightly rough. Gently press on this area with your fingertip, massaging it in a circular motion. It’s better if a man does it. Then the pleasure gradually received from stimulation will be connected in the brain of a woman with a partner.

When the couple learns to use the pleasure point for its intended purpose with the help of finger massage, it is possible to bring the penis into battle. A man must first caress the clitoris and the area around it slowly and for a long time. When the woman’s vagina is sufficiently moistened, the partner can feel the G-spot with his finger and stimulate it. Then you need to enter a member and touch the point of pleasure with a member. The knee-elbow position or the missionary position is well suited for this, if a pillow is placed under the woman’s buttocks.

You can also try the so-called "bridge". Sexologists say that it helps to move from a clitoral orgasm to a vaginal one. A man should insert a penis into the vagina, but not move it, but massage the clitoris. When a woman feels the approach of orgasm, her partner should stop stimulating the clitoris and start friction with the penis. Then the orgasm will be much brighter. To achieve a stable effect, it may be necessary to repeat the “bridge" many times.

What if the purpose of the relationship is something unconditional for which both the man and the woman could take responsibility? What if this is… the practice of love? Love is what is within us; something for which we are responsible in both good and bad times. Love allows us to focus on our own efforts and responsibilities, as well as to notice the advantages of our partner. Too many people focus on taking something from the relationship. But, for a harmonious relationship, you need to give, take responsibility for your happiness, and then “invest” it in others.

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