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Female Orgasm

For many women - and men – the female orgasm is shrouded in mystery. While some women are able to orgasm very easily, with up to 40% experiencing multiple orgasms, around 16% never achieve orgasm at all.
This video explains what happens during orgasm and looks at the 2 areas commonly associated with orgasm in women – the clitoris and the G-spot.

Your Experiences

  • im 17 yrs old & im not a virgin i have not been a virgin for only 1 year. i have tried everything from missionary to elephant postion and nothing seems to work im not having any type of orgasms yet. my current boyfriend thinks something is wrong like he has a small penis but i guess that is half my fault because i asked if he penitrated yet and he said yes for about 10 min. Does this mean im never gonna have a pleasurable experience EVER!!!!!

    Posted by [No first name supplied] on 18 November 2008

  • I am 16 and recently had sex with my girlfirend (with a condom of course). The best thing to do is to explore your girlfriend/boyfrien ds sexual parts before sex. Let him/her have a play with them first and communicate with your partner and tell him/her where you like being 'played with'. Then when you're ready you should put your contraception on if you want. You can still feel sex through contraception so don't worry.

    Posted by Luke on 18 November 2008

  • i am not experiens for sex i am indian for ditel (hindi)only your side veri experiense thanks

    Posted by [No first name supplied] on 18 November 2008

  • I agree that the video is rather on the 'factual' side and it might not help girls/women differentiate between really good sexual stimulation and actual orgasm (otherwise known as climax).

    I myself was not certain for years whether or not I was able to cum - I knew that being masturbated and given oral (cunnilingus) by my husband felt great but did not seem to reach a definite 'peak'. I had never been into masturbating myself but felt I owed it to myself to find out once and for all if I was able to orgasm...

    I found a leaflet that explained that it is important to relax, take your time, see whether you like using a vibrator/ dildo inside to give a sensation of 'fullness', and find out what sort of touching you like - and to persist. I found that even though it didn't feel orgasmic straight away, after about 5-10 minutes I could feel pleasureable sensations building and kept going until I came... I would best describe my clitoral orgasm as feeling as though my vagina is 'drawing-up' or 'tightening' until the peak is reached which is a series of waves through my vagina.

    I have since found with my partner's help that I am able to have clitoral, G-spot (from which I sometimes ejaculate) and anal orgasms.

    Posted by Charlotte on 13 November 2008

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