25 EXHILARATING FACTS ABOUT THE FEMALE ORGASM
Women don’t need to have their vagina stimulated in order to achieve an orgasm. As mentioned earlier, this can be done through anal stimulation, kissing, fondling of other body parts, and even (for a small amount of women) just by thought.
Approximately 55% of American women have used a vibrator at some point in their life.
It turns out that women can prematurely orgasm. This is great, other than the fact that afterwards, they can jump right back into it again. Whereas us guys need a little bit of time, so it’s still worse. A 2011 study showed that 40% of the women in the study experienced orgasms prior to the time that they wanted to during intercourse. However, this was only considered chronic in 3% of them.
Orgasms can genuinely help with pain. Headache sufferers often find that orgasms help reduce their headaches.
Contrary to popular belief, there is only one type of orgasm for women. There isn’t a clitoral orgasm and a vaginal orgasm, or even an anal orgasm. It’s all one orgasm, but you can achieve it in a plethora of ways.
You can die from orgasms. Well… if there’s any one way to go, I suppose that would be it. Don’t worry though, this is incredibly uncommon.
A study in 2014 showed us that lesbians tend to experience orgasms more frequently than heterosexual females do during sex. According to the study, 61.6% of heterosexual females experience frequent orgasms during sex, while 74.7% of lesbians experience orgasms during sex. Hey, they have the advantage of knowing all the tricks, right?
There are women who have reported experiencing orgasms while getting tattooed.
Squirting is a very real thing. Not every woman can do it, but when they do, it’s pretty intense for the girl. Furthermore, it isn’t pee. A lot of people seem to think it’s pee. It’s not pee. It’s not jizz either, though. Some women’s urethral sponge is filled with a fluid that is similar to ejaculate but contains no semen.
Vibrators were once used by doctors to treat hysteria. We’ve all heard about this, and that’s because it’s true! This is no joke. The first vibrators used for this, however, were steam powered, which is kind of odd.
Women can experience orgasms during workouts. With the right muscles constantly engaged, and maybe the help of some particular sitting positions (and a nice seat?) you can experience an orgasm.
Women who ‘mix things up’ while in the bedroom are likelier to have frequent orgasms.
Around .5% of women have had an orgasm while giving birth.
There has been one documented case of a women experiencing an orgasm due to brushing her teeth.
Some women are known to faint when they orgasm. There have even been reports of heat failure via orgasm, but it is a very rare (and unfortunate) circumstance.
Gentlemen, if your girl is faking an orgasm, there is a way you can tell. Look for her increased heart rate, rhythmic contractions in her lower abdomen, arched feet, and dilated pupils.
Kegel exercises (working out of the vagina) can help improve both the number of orgasms and the quality of orgasms a woman can experience. They aid in sexual arousal, lubrication, and orgasm achievability.
When women experience an orgasm, their bodies release oxytocin, which increases their feelings of affection and love. The strength of the female orgasm depends on how much oxytocin is in her system at the time.
Multiples orgasms are very far from being just a myth. A study of 800 female college graduates found that approximately 43% reported having had multiple orgasms. So exactly what is a multiple orgasm?
According to Dr. Streicher. “Some women experience long, cascading orgasms, where you continue to have strong rhythmic pelvic contractions for a long time. And then there are orgasms where you have that over-satisfied sensation which stops and then, with more stimulation, starts again.”
Studies have shown us that the moment that you achieve an orgasm literally allows you to feel fearless and stronger than ever. Your self-reflection activity and fear dramatically decrease during orgasm. It’s too bad that they’re so damn short.
The clit is made of the same material as the penis head and houses approximately 8,000 nerve endings.
Not every woman experiences the mind-blowing, bed-rocking, exorcism inducing orgasms that we imagine. In fact, some women don’t even know when they’ve orgasmed exactly. Rather, they feel a certain feeling of “completion and satisfaction.”
Studies are showing that older women are experiencing more orgasms than younger women are. A recent study showed us that 61% of girls having sex between the ages of 18 and 24 experienced an orgasm the last time they got jiggy. For women ages 40+ that number shoots up to 70%. Where are the cougars at?
A female orgasm can last anywhere from 15 seconds to 2 minutes. It’s different for everyone, but on average, the female orgasm lasts anywhere between 15 and 20 seconds.