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Sexpert tips for women on how to achieve different types of orgasms. Image via Pexels

Ah-mazing: The sexpert guide on how to achieve different orgasms

Studies have found there is an orgasm gap between men and women. But this doesn’t have to be the case with you and your partner…

Woman orgasm

Sexpert tips for women on how to achieve different types of orgasms. Image via Pexels

A recent study has found that there is a larger percentage of men who experience orgasm during sexual intercourse than there are women. According to the study, only  65% of straight women climax during sex compared to 95% of their male partners in the United States (US).

The study however found a higher number of women (86%) climax when engaging in sexual intercourse with another woman.

Bringing it home, News24 reported in 2017 that 58% of South African women still faked their orgasms. Time to call upon the sexperts for some tips on how women can achiexperience different types of orgasms…

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Said to be the most common way of “getting there”, using toys and lube can assist in getting this type of orgasm going.

According to the Mirror, psychosexual an relationship therapist Kate Moyle says the majority of women experience orgasm through clitoral stimulation via “the external part of the clitoral structure, also known as the glans”.

“As the largest part of the clitoris, it can’t be directly touched as it’s inside the body, this makes many sex toys featured around stimulating this specific area a real asset for both solo and partnered play for trying different types of stimulation.”

– Kate Moyle

According to the relationship expert, the clitoris is the only human body part that has the sole purpose of giving pleasure, and it can be enjoyed in many ways.

A good water-based lubricant is the perfect addition to any type of clitoral stimulation as, unlike the vagina, it does not self lubricate,” Moyle added.


Sexpert.com describes the G-spot as “a highly sensitive erogenous zone located 2-3 inches inside the vagina can cause sexual arousal, intense pleasure, powerful orgasms and female ejaculation when properly stimulated”.

While the G-spot is said to be “hard to find”, Moyle explains that it is best found and reached when the woman is already aroused, but it is important to note that stimulation there isn’t for everyone.

“It may also take a few tries at finding it, working out what pressure and sensation you like and getting to know that part of your body. Anecdotally, a G-spot orgasm is the type of stimulation and pleasure that most women report experiencing female ejaculation with.”

– Kate Moyle

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Although traditionally viewed as a rather taboo subject, an anal orgasm is climax achieved by stimulation of high-density nerve spots in the anus.

“There are shared nerves from the anterior wall of the rectum to the vagina. So for vagina owners, it may be possible for sexual arousal to occur from rectal stimulation. Plus, the legs of the clitoris extend all the way back into the anus, so it could result in some clit stimulation, too,” Dr Sheila Loanzon told Women’s Health Magazine.

In addition, a good anal lubricant is reported to be as essential as taking things slow and building up towards more intensive pressure.

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As the name suggests, with the blended orgasm, the aim is to arouse different pleasure zones at once.

“A blended orgasm can be summarized as ah-mazing — and more intense than just vaginal or clitoral orgasms alone. Since both the vagina and clitoris are both being stimulated, a blended orgasm may trigger anything from involuntary movements that mimic convulsion to female ejaculation in some cases. (This happens when the G-spot is stimulated, causing the Skene’s glands on either side of the urethra to also be stimulated.),” Healthline reports.