Vaginal vs Clitoral
|Since most women need direct clitoral
stimulation to orgasm, and it's very difficult to get direct
clitoral stimulation during intercourse, most women do NOT have
orgasms through intercourse alone. Manual or oral stimulation of the
clitoris is most usually a prerequisite for climax. (Think about it
-- could you imagine a man having an orgasm without directly
touching his penis? It's possible, but certainly a rare occurrence!)
On the other hand, some women do report orgasm from G-Spot
The clitoris is more sensitive to sexual
stimulation than the vagina because there is much greater density of
the nerve endings there. The entire area above, to the sides, and
below the clitoris is usually highly sensitive to sexual
stimulation. (In fact, some women don't like their clitoris to be
touched directly; they prefer stimulation around and to the sides of
it.) In fact, the clitoris has no other function than to provide a
woman with sexual pleasure.
Women often report that there two
positions that work well during intercourse to achieve orgasm. One
is the doggie position, where the woman is on all-fours and the man
enters her from behind. In this position, either partner can use his
or her hand to stimulate the clitoris during intercourse. The other
favored position is the woman-on-top, where she can lean forward
toward her partner so that her clitoris can rub against his body.
Some women do favor missionary and there are ways to make
it even more pleasurable for her.
Remember, a substantial amount of
stimulation of the genital area is necessary for a woman to orgasm.
The exact area and type of stimulation varies from woman to woman.
If two women have the same emotional involvement with the same man,
his love-making technique might arouse the first woman, but the same
approach might do nothing for the second. It's important to communicate with your partner in order
to get what you need to reach a climax.