Boys and men out there, if you are curious about the mechanism of the female orgasm, you should first understand how women feel when they actually come! Different terms are used to refer to it – climaxing, coming, getting the big O. But it means the same thing – reaching the sexual peak. This is the culmination of all those acts that go into building up the intensity of the sexual arousal. For a woman’s orgasm, there are several things to be considered, which makes it a bit of a complicated affair.
Understanding The Female Orgasm
The features of the female orgasm include strong contractions of the body muscles (particularly genital) and the tightening of sex organs that ultimately creates extremely pleasurable feelings involving mind, body and soul. The heartbeat skyrockets, breathing turns shallow and the blood pressure shoots up! Organs that actively participate in female orgasm include the vagina, the uterus, the pelvic floor and the anus.
Researchers say that chemicals called as endorphins are released into the bloodstream during sexual arousal. These chemicals are responsible for producing all the pleasant feelings that are connected with the sexual peak. When a woman is sexually touched, her body begins to secrete sex hormones, chief among which is estrogen. This hormone is singularly responsible for creating the sexual desire in her. When her organs such as breasts, buttocks, clitoris, armpits, neck, lips and thighs are caressed, her hormonal secretions attain their peak and stimulate the sex organs further.
Body Reactions to Orgasm
At orgasm, breasts become taut, with the nipples becoming so sensitive they contract up to a certain extent. Blood flows more freely into the female genital organs such as vaginal tract, uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes and the anus. This makes these organs highly sensitive to the touch. Continuously rubbing the genitals and caressing her other private parts increases her hormone secretion. Researches indicate that vaginal orgasm includes super-stimulation of something called as the G-Spot (Graafenberg Spot).
This G-Spot is a bunch of small nerve branches about a size of a quarter. This is situated about 1-2 inches inside the vagina on the side that is nearest to the umbilicus. When anything touches the G-Spot (most likely a finger, penis or a vibrator), it becomes extremely sensitive and may become so swollen in some women that it can be easily spotted.
Understanding the mechanism of the female orgasm includes a lot of learning, right from how to touch the woman in the right places to how to caress her various organs so that they are well-stimulated. Unlike the male orgasm, a perfect and powerful female orgasm requires a series of successful events and failure in any of them may ruin her mood and she may become nonresponsive.
A man in this case may enjoy her body and may come the way he wants but a woman if not taken to her sexual peak remains unsatisfied, frustrated and feels disgusted. Clitoral stimulation plays a significant role in female orgasms and hence it must never be ignored. A man who learns the technique of arousing a woman with foreplay is the ultimate winner.