Surprising Facts About Female Orgasms

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  1. Orgasms can relieve pain.
    When you have a headache, it’s pretty common to go to bed. But you shouldn’t be sleeping. There is some evidence that orgasms can relieve all kinds of pain, including pain from arthritis, pain after surgery, and even pain during childbirth. This is largely due to the body’s release of oxytocin during orgasm, a chemical that facilitates bonding, relaxation, and other positive emotional states.

  2. Using a condom doesn’t hamper your orgasm.
    A lot of people think that because sex can often feel better without a condom that their orgasm will too. But that’s not the case. Women are equally likely to experience orgasms with or without a condom. Condoms may help a couple spend more time having sex, as a man doesn’t have to ‘pull out quickly if he’s worried about ejaculating too soon. If he’s resistant to wearing a condom because of a lack of sensation, consider manual or oral stimulation before intercourse.

  3. It’s not easy for women to reach orgasm.
    According to a 2018 study, 10 to 40% of women report having difficulty or an inability to reach orgasm. So, your inability to hit your climax is more common than you think. The issue is that there are so many reasons why a person may not be able to orgasm, that it’s hard to pinpoint your exact cause. Reasons range from stress and anxiety to medical issues and past trauma, according to the study. Another bit of research also found that age, arousal difficulty, and lubrication were the top reasons why women couldn’t orgasm. Regardless of the reasons, it’s a good idea to talk to your doctor to rule out any other underlying roadblocks — be they physical or emotional.

  4. The G-spot may not exist.
    In 2012, a study declared that the G-spot was, in fact, real and that it was composed of an upper pole (or head) and a lower pole (tail). It also stated that it contained a sac with walls that resembled erectile tissue. But a 2017 dissection of 13 female cadavers found no such structure. Regardless, according to one study, more than half of women believe that the G-spot does exist. So what are people talking about when they talk about the G-spot? Well, one study suggests that the squishy tissue you feel when you insert your fingers against the inner wall of your vagina is your urethra tissue, which is surrounded by the arms of your clitoris. So we may all just be stimulating our clitoris internally when we’re using our G-spot vibes.

  5. Orgasm gets better with age.
    There are plenty of things to gripe about when it comes to age, but your sex life isn’t one of them. It turns out that as you get older, the quality and frequency of orgasms can improve. With age comes more confidence and trust in the bedroom, which can allow a woman to relax more and truly enjoy their orgasm. Although the survey didn’t indicate why exactly orgasms become easier with age, it’s likely because older women are more sexually experienced, have more confidence in the bedroom, and aren’t afraid to speak up for what they want. There may also be more trust and intimacy involved if you’re in a long-term relationship, which can allow a woman to relax more and embrace the ride on the way to orgasm.

  6. Mixing things up can help.
    If you have trouble reaching orgasm during intercourse, consider switching things up. It is significantly easier for women to experience orgasm when they engage in a variety of sex acts as opposed to just one act, for example, vaginal sex plus oral sex would be linked to a higher likelihood of orgasm than either one of them alone.

  7. Cannabis may help you orgasm, whether you apply it topically or ingest it.
    Although there isn’t a ton of research on how cannabis affects your sex life, there is a lot of compelling evidence to suggest that it might help increase libido and the ability to orgasm. For one, cannabis is a vasodilator, which means that it opens blood vessels, increasing blood flow — which also happens when you’re aroused. In women, that is useful, because that blood flow also leads to natural lubrication. Cannabis’s ability to blunt painful sensations while also enhancing pleasurable ones may give hope to those who suffer from ailments like vulvodynia and vaginismus. There is also evidence that points to cannabis can be useful in helping sexual assault survivors reclaim their sex life, as evidenced by its possible treatment for anxiety disorders. And even though the research is lacking, anecdotal evidence isn’t. Surveys show that plenty of folks are already leaning on cannabis to help enhance their time in the bedroom.

  8. The most common type of orgasm comes from clitoral stimulation, not penetration.
    If you’re not someone who can orgasm from vaginal penetration only, you’re not alone. One study showed that only 6% of women said they always had an orgasm during penetrative sex. Another study showed that 36.6% of women needed clitoral stimulation to achieve orgasm. There are a bunch of ways that you can incorporate clitoral stimulation into penetrative sex, though. Positions like doggy or woman-on-top allow easy access to your clit, so you can stroke it while you’re having sex. And remember — you don’t have to have an orgasm during sex, either. Try some extended foreplay to get you off before sex kicks off. That way you can just relax and enjoy yourself.

  9. One study suggests that lesbians are orgasming more than all other women.
    You’ve probably heard of the orgasm gap between men and women — but there’s also, apparently, an orgasm gap between lesbians and bisexual and heterosexual women. One study showed that 86% of lesbians reported usually having an orgasm, while only 66% of bisexual women and 65% of heterosexual women reported the same. And that has to do with the type of sex they’re having. That same study found that women who orgasmed more frequently had sexual encounters that included deep kissing, manual genital stimulation, and/or oral sex in addition to vaginal intercourse. In other words? More focus on foreplay!


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