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There Are How Many Different Types Of Orgasms? 

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There are How Many Different Types of Orgasms?

Orgasms are something most people would argue they can’t get enough of and we’re all for that. But did you know there are many different types of orgasms? 

We’re talking about an orgasm spectrum way beyond just the clitoral and vaginal for vulva-owners that you may be familiar with. In fact, there are several types of orgasms that all people can have. 

We have even more good news — aside from just feeling incredible, all orgasms have health benefits like improving your sleep, lowering your blood pressure, and decreasing stress.

Here’s a breakdown of the different types of orgasms that are possible. Please keep in mind that all bodies are different and you may or may not actually be able to achieve all of these, but it will certainly be fun to try! 

Orgasms for everyone

Anal Orgasm: An anal orgasm is exactly what it sounds like: an orgasm produced by stimulating the anus and anal canal. Due to the many, many nerve endings present in the anal canal, anal stimulation already feels great for many. This anal stimulation can actually lead to an orgasm in some people. For vulva owners, this is more common since the internal parts of the clitoris run right up against it, but it is possible for penis-owners, too. 

Nipple Orgasm: The nipples are practically bursting with nerve endings just waiting to be explored. Sometimes upon prolonged stimulation of the nipples, orgasm can occur. The nipples actually send messages to the brain using the same system that the genitals use, leading to this possibility. 

Orgasms for Penis Owners

Standard Orgasm: A standard orgasm is exactly what you’ve come to know and love. It’s the typical orgasm that comes from stroking the penis and leads to ejaculation. No surprise here. 

Prostate Orgasm: Prostate orgasms are arguably even more powerful than standard orgasms for men — see what you think for yourself! This type of orgasm requires stimulating the prostate. It’s traditionally reached through the anal canal, but, in some penis owners, it can also be reached externally by pressing on the skin of the perineum, the area between the scrotum and the anus. Keep in mind that enjoying a prostate orgasm has everything to do with biology and nothing to do with sexual orientation. 

Orgasms for Vulva-Owners

Clitoral Orgasm: The clitoral orgasm is the most common form of orgasm for vulva-owners. It’s produced by rubbing and applying pressure to the clitoris, which is jam-packed with sensitive nerve endings. Most, if not all, women can have an orgasm this way. In fact, many women actually require clitoral stimulation in order to orgasm at all. 

G-Spot/Vaginal Orgasm: The G-Spot is the elusive place inside the vaginal wall that provides an incredibly strong sensation when stimulated. It’s actually part of the internal clitoral system and can be found about 2 inches inside the vaginal canal on the front wall. It’s not an actual, noticeable nub like the clitoris, however, so it can be difficult to find on your own body or your partner’s body. Using a vibrator made specifically for the G-Spot will be a big help in finding and stimulating yours. 

Blended Orgasm: A blended orgasm is a combination of multiple orgasms. Most commonly, this is both a clitoral and vaginal or G-Spot orgasm. If you’re thinking ‘wow, that sounds amazing!’ as you read this, we highly recommend you try one of these dual stimulation toys.

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