The "G-Spot" is a misleading term as it actually refers to an area within the vagina that is located in slightly differing places from person to person. However, when stimulated, it can induce powerful orgasms.
The female orgasm is often described as complex, and perhaps this generalisation comes from the fact that there are different types of orgasm! Cervical stimulation delivers stronger orgasms that could be the key to heightening female arousal.
With sex education often focusing on the biological aspect of sex rather than pleasure, young and older people alike are missing out on information that will help them to achieve or give their partner an orgasm.
Women are experiencing an orgasmic phenomenon as they strive to tone up their core muscles. It's called a coregasm, a spontaneous orgasm that some women experience whilst performing certain exercises that target the deep core abdominal muscles.
Orgasms are a little more complex than feeling good. In actuality, there are four stages to an orgasm, and having an orgasm causes psychological responses that go beyond the ultimate sensations of pleasure.
The terms “wet dream” and “nocturnal orgasm” are normally associated with men. This is as a result of it being taught in sex education lessons, as male sexuality is seen as being more uncontrollable than female sexuality.
Many women relish the feeling of wetness in their vagina, whilst others feel it is unpleasant and think they are urinating. It is believed that between 10%-69% of women ejaculate, but many think it is either male ejaculate or vaginal lubrication. Learn how to provoke female ejaculation in this helpful article.