Thursday, May 24, 2012

Gspot Orgasms vs. Clitoral Orgasms

Clitoral Orgasms 

Clitoral orgasms are usually easier to achieve, as the clitoris is the most sensitive area of a woman’s vagina as it is abundantly supplied with nerves. The clitoral hood is formed by the connection of the inner vaginal lips. This small hood covers the clitoris, in much the same manner as foreskin covers a penis. When you pull the hood back, you can see that the clitoris is usually about the size of a pencil eraser, however, the size does vary from woman to woman, much the same way penis size varies from man to man.  

When men ask us here at, why the clitoris is so important, we ask them how they would enjoy stimulation to their penis without touching the head of it. Typically, men then realize why it is so important when you phrase it that way,
as that is the most sensitive part of a man's penis (the frenulum).

The part of the clitoris that you see is actually much like the head of a man's penis. A man has a shaft to his penis; a woman has a shaft to her clitoris. The shaft is located under the hood, and is more easily felt when a woman is aroused as it become more rigid as it fills with blood basically becomes a clitoral erection.

What makes women love vibrators so much is that they bring healthy blood flow to the clitoral area quite easily. This in turn allows for a higher sex drive (libido) and enhanced pleasure even when she is not using it. The old adage of 'if you don't use it, you lose it,' is actually true in this case and it is highly recommended that women who struggle with a low sex drive (lack of libido) from the side effects of menopause, prescriptions drugs, stress and other factors, use vibrators to help them regain their sex drive as well as increase their ability to experience more pleasure even long after using one.

G-spot Orgasms

This orgasm may begin at the Gspot (female prostate) and stay focused there throughout the building and final release of the orgasm, or may expand throughout the body. This orgasm is demonstrated when the G-spot (Skenes Glands) is stimulated and becomes ‘puffy’ and swollen as the tissue surrounding the female prostate glands fill with blood during sexual arousal. This results in the tissue becoming firm to the touch.

This orgasm usually takes longer to build. Because the G-spot is not stimulated as much by friction as it is with pressure, thus, using a rhythmic, pushing against the G-spot is more pleasurable than light rubbing. The g-spot increases fluid inside, fueling arousal thus, making it puffy and easier to locate once aroused. 

Just as clitoral vibrators help women who struggle with a low sex drive (lack of libido), so do gspot vibrators. Especially like the Intensity by JOPEN, which uses electro stimulation. Research has shown that using these types of vibrators not only enhance sexual stimulation for her (even weeks after using one), but make her vagina feel tighter and gives her more pelvic control. This is done through the automatic Kegel exercises that this type of sex toy provides. This can also prevent or treat urinary incontinence issues.

See the best vibrators for Gspot stimulation that are nontoxic.

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