The female orgasm consists of a physiological response, in combination with an emotional and a psychological response, to duration of sexual stimulation.
The intensity of the female orgasm can vary among individual women, and even with the same woman, depending upon her attraction to and connection with her partner. In some cases, the excitement of the sexual experience can even contribute to a more intense female orgasm.
Following are some basic tips regarding how to achieve and enhance the female orgasm.
Facts about the Female Orgasm
The female orgasm consists of two types: clitoral and vaginal. Many female orgasms occur as the direct result of clitoral stimulation. This is the most common type of orgasm for women. In many instances, this is also the most intense type of female orgasm, but a combination of clitoral and vaginal orgasm is ideal.
Vaginal orgasms are much different than clitoral orgasms. In fact, some women are unable to have vaginal orgasms for a variety of reasons. For some women, the reason they are unable to achieve a vaginal orgasm is that their partner cannot maintain arousal long enough to bring them to climax.