Women Can Have An
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The process of arousal
Before we go any further in
explaining the easiest and best ways to have orgasm during sex through
cunnilingus (or by any other method!) it's worth considering the process of
sexual arousal. Clearly sexual arousal is not just something that happens in the
mind; it happens in the mind and the body together.
The sequence of events leading
up to the point of having an orgasm is known as the sexual response cycle: it
has four stages - excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution. Each stage built
upon the last, in both men and women, so long as the right kind of stimulation
is applied at the right time and with the right intensity.
The female sexual response cycle - the first
step on the road to orgasm or climax
The sexual response cycle
begins with foreplay. This promotes sexual arousal. As you know, foreplay can
take many forms, ranging from simple loving look to a gentle touch, from a
passionate kiss to a warm embrace, from gentle stroking of the skin to a
Whatever the stimulation, the
first part of a woman's sexual response involves changes in her body which make
her conscious of her growing sexual arousal.
These changes include an
increased flow of blood to her genitals, with some engorgement of the erectile
tissue of the clitoris, vulva and labia. At the same time her skin becomes more
sensitive to touch.
Her breasts swell in size and
her nipples become more sensitive to stimulation. Perhaps the most obvious sign
of her bodily arousal is production of vaginal lubrication, sometimes in large
quantities, so much so that she may feel the wetness growing and seeping
outwards into her underwear.
This is often accompanied by a
sense of warmth. And finally her clitoris engorges and becomes more prominent as
blood flow to the clitoral tissues increases.
As sexual stimulation continues, muscle
tension increases throughout a woman's body: this will be released at the moment
of climax. Her rate of breathing increases, her
blood pressure goes up, and her heart beats faster. There will be also be
changes to her vagina, with the entrance tightening slightly and the inner parts
ballooning and increasing in length.
As she becomes more aroused her clitoris
becomes larger and goes through a number of changes that cause the angle of the
clitoral body to change. It is at this point that the G-spot changes in
texture from rough to smooth, a change which some people believe is caused by
swelling of part of the clitoris, causing it to lie more
closely on top of the vaginal wall.
glans certainly disappears beneath its hood and remains there until the point of
climax or orgasm unless exposed by pulling the skin back.
At the same time a woman's uterus shifts upwards so as to allow
the vagina to expand lengthwise, thereby allowing the penis to thrust more deeply.
Unless the clitoris is stimulated during sex, a woman is unlikely to climax
during sexual intercourse.
In the plateau phase a woman is
highly aroused, both physically and mentally, and she can remain in that state
for some time without reaching orgasm unless additional stimulation is applied
to take her over into the orgasm phase.
During the plateau phase she
may experience a skin flush, deeper breathing and a higher heart rate; certainly
her genitals will change color, as her labia become flushed with blood and her
vaginal tissues swell.
As mentioned above, with
additional stimulation a woman will move from the plateau phase into orgasm.
It's often the transition from the plateau phase to the orgasm which presents
most difficulties for a woman when she is
trying to have an orgasm.
Men, familiar with the way in
which they stimulate their own penis during masturbation, will often apply much
more vigorous and rapid stimulation to a woman's clitoris at this point. While
it's certainly true there is a point where a woman may need this additional
stimulation to reach orgasm, it has to be timed to perfection, otherwise a woman
is likely to find her orgasm slipping away from her.
What in fact is needed most is
rhythmic regular stimulation at the right pressure, until the very last moment
before orgasm, and then some additional pressure or faster stimulation to take a
woman into her orgasm.
or orgasm (these words mean the
same thing) itself involves a series of contractions of the muscles of the
vaginal walls, the uterus, and the pelvic floor muscles. These contract
rhythmically at just under one second intervals.
All of these contractions are
accompanied by a great sensation of pleasure and, in some women, the emission of
a small amount of fluid from the vagina - a sort of female ejaculation.
The number of contractions a
woman experiences when she has an orgasm varies from three to fifteen, although
some women can experience prolonged orgasmic contractions.
And many women experience their orgasm
as a whole body sensation rather than just in their genitals. It's probably safe
to say that all women's orgasms are different - both between different women and
in the same woman over time. Whether or not a woman achieves orgasm during
intercourse may well depend on whether or not the man is able to control his
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be helpful if you need more information on how to reach orgasm during
intercourse, which often depends on the man's ability to engage in long lasting
The final phase of sexual
arousal is the resolution phase, where a woman's body returns to her pre-aroused
state. This process happens much more slowly in women than the post-orgasm
process in men. Indeed, women can often have another orgasm soon after their
first; which is distinctly different to men, who have a refractory period,
during which it is impossible for them to become sexually aroused again.
Why do men want to sleep after
orgasm and women to cuddle? It's down to the hormones we produce - after she's
had an orgasm during sex a woman is much more likely to want a period of
cuddling and interaction; after his orgasm, a man is likely to want to sleep.