Back in the mids, when the net was smaller, there was a funny little newsgroup called alt. It was a friendly place, a virtual community where anyone could ask a question about sex, and someone -- or several folks -- would answer it factually and non-judgementally. Most, but not all, of the people who asked questions were in their teens, but because this was before the huge outcry for censorship of explicit sexual material on the net, we had no problem with that.
Oral orgasms are some of the best! If that's your case, the best thing you could do is get to know your body, so you can better guide your man down on you. The clitoris is your most sensitive spot.
Combining vaginal stimulation with clitoral bliss makes having a bomb orgasm pretty much a sure thing. The more textures, sizes, speeds, and shapes you bring into play, the more nerve endings you can stimulate, making a blended orgasm more likely. Have your partner alternate between touching your clitoris with his fingers, tonguewhile penetrating with a vibrator or dildo.
Skip navigation! Story from Sex. If you're someone who has a vagina and a clitoris, in theory it seems like the more stimulation and penetration you have, the better. But that's not necessarily how it works — plenty of people actually only enjoy clitoral stimulation without penetration.
A lot of what we see in pop culture suggests that the only way women can orgasm is by stimulating the vaginal area. Nipples, when played with, can set off fireworks throughout your body. Enough stimulation, and you can even reach that big O.
Okay, you've heard of a clitoral orgasm and you've heard of the G-spot kind — both damn good in their own right. Now imagine if you blended the two types for one phenomenal fireworks-like finale. Yep, you can actually do that.
But how often do we hear the nitty-gritty of how we can actually better understand our deepest desires and most embarrassing questions? Bustle has enlisted Vanessa Marin, a sex therapistto help us out with the details. No gender, sexual orientation, or question is off limits, and all questions remain anonymous.
By Linda Geddes. Now brain scan data has added weight to their argument. The study also found a direct link between the nipples and the genitals, which may explain why some women can orgasm through nipple stimulation alone.