Although we usually only hear about clitoral and vaginal orgasms, these are not the only two types of orgasms that women can have. While the majority of women, about 75 to 80 percent, need clitoral stimulation in order to climax, and 20 to 25 percent of women can experience a vaginal orgasm, thanks to G-spot stimulation, this isn’t where the orgasm list ends. In fact, there are orgasms out there that you probably didn’t even know existed; ones that would blow your mind, not just because they’re so great, but because, “OMG. WHAT?! REALLY?! NO WAY!”
So, because experiencing all ranges of pleasure is the name of the game and what keeps people happy and healthy, here are five other orgasms that, with some practice, can be yours – all yours!
If you’re not into anal sex, this one is going to make you raise an eyebrow, but anal orgasms are legit. During anal sex, both the G-spot and the erectile tissue of the clitoris are stimulated – that is if you use enough lube to cancel out any unwanted discomfort – when this happens, an anal orgasm can be experienced. But you really need to load up on the lube and learn to breathe and not fear the P in the A.
Whether you call it “squirting” or “female ejaculation,” technically it is a urethra orgasm. When the U-spot (the opening of the urethra) is stimulated during penetration or manually, with fingers or toys, a urethra orgasm can be achieved. When that happens, you get to finally tell your friends that, after years of skepticism, you squirted… making you, officially, a squirter.
If you work out a lot and have never experienced a coregasm, then maybe you’re not working out as hard as you could be. Apparently, women, while in the throes of really exercising their core, have experienced what’s known as a coregasm. How does this happen? If you have strong pelvic floor muscles, as in you do your Kegels on the reg, and you’re working out your abs, all these muscles, which are attached to your pelvis, can induce an orgasm. Now maybe you’ll step up your Kegel exercises?
Again, we have a fairly elusive way to orgasm. So elusive that when women say they have multiple orgasms all the time, you can’t help but cock your head to the side and say, “Oh, really?” But either way, they DO exist. Multiple orgasms are orgasms that come one right after the other, with no downtime in between. Although they can be experienced via the clitoris, more often they’re the result of a deeper orgasm, like the vaginal orgasm.
A blended orgasm is exactly what it sounds like… orgasms blended together. Whether it’s a clitoral and vaginal orgasm at once, or a urethra and anal orgasm at once, or vaginal, urethra, and clitoral orgasm all at once, the point is that it’s an orgasm that involves two or more types of orgasms at the same time. This one definitely involves practice. Lots of it.
See? I told you that your mind would be blown.