An orgasm is a feeling of intense pleasure that happens during sexual activity.
It’s sometimes called cuming or climaxing. Most people can have orgasms.
When an individual have an orgasm, such person may notice an increase in the rate of heartbeat.
Truth about Female orgasm: fastest and easiest way to make it happen
Some people may ejaculate when having a vaginal orgasm. A clear fluid spurts from glands close to the urethra during intense sexual excitement or during orgasm. The glands are called the Skene’s glands.
As a female, you may notice an intense pleasurable release of sexual tension which is accompanied by contractions of the genital muscles.
As for men, penis orgasm makes muscles contract and semen containing sperm spurts out of the penis (ejaculation).
When it comes to the female orgasm, there’s so much contradicting information out there, that it’s no wonder most guys aren’t sure just what to do. It could be clitoral, vaginal, even cervical — or a mix of all three. That said, the female genitalia isn’t the only option when it comes to achieving the big O.
Well, one thing is for sure… unless you have delayed ejaculation, a woman generally does take longer to orgasm than men do. Research published in the
Journal of Sexual Medicine found that the average time it takes women to orgasm was 13.41 minutes, so any longer and you really aren’t doing it right.
And if you don’t warm her up, and penetrate her properly, it probably WILL take her 15 – 20 minutes to get off. And most men don’t know what the hell they’re doing when they’re in the bedroom, so either 1) the girl naturally has quick/easy orgasms, or 2) she’s putting on a performance to please her man’s ego.
1. Mouth to Mouth
The first three minutes of your 15 should be spent kissing your partner.
She’s almost naked now but keep her underwear on for another minute or so. Stroke and caress her through the fabric rather than going for gold. “Focus on building anticipation rather than going straight for direct stimulation.” Feeling that time is short prevents a woman from reaching orgasm, adds Webber.
3. And finally, Back Off, but Only a Little
When some women are on the brink of orgasm, their clitorises become very sensitive. (Discover more Things You Didn’t Know about Her Vagina.) If that’s the case, stimulating her more gently may help her maintain her climax for longer.
First, find out if she wants you to ease up. Lean into her ear and softly ask her if she likes it gentle or hard. If she prefers a lighter touch, just ease up on the pressure. Another option: Try moving your finger, tongue, or vibrator to the 1-o’clock spot, just outside and above her clitoris. She will either love the delicate, indirect touch or redirect you back to where she wants it. Follow her lead.