How to Have Better Orgasms
So you can have an orgasm, but you want more? There's nothing wrong with wanting fuller, deeper orgasms. With practice, you can work (well, you might think of it as play) your way to more intense orgasms, and even multiple orgasms.
|How Can I Have Deeper, Fuller Orgasms?|
One way to achieve a stronger orgasm is to explore your g-spot. The g-spot is located one to two inches into the vagina, on the front wall. Applying pressure or vibration to the g-spot is pleasurable for many women. Some women find they can climax from g-spot stimulation alone, and some find it's the perfect accompaniment to clitoral stimulation. Need help locating your g-spot? Try the Lelo Iris. A strong, curved vibrator pressed toward the front wall of your vagina is often all the help you'll need to find your g-spot and experience strong orgasms.
Another route to stronger orgasms is performing Kegel exercises. Kegels make your PC muscles stronger, resulting in stronger contractions during orgasm. To perform a Kegel, contract the muscle that controls urine flow. Contract this muscle 10 times, exhaling as you contract, and inhaling as you release. Do this 3 times a day. Work your way up to holding the PC muscles contracted for 10 seconds. You can do these exercises anytime, anywhere, and no one will know. Luna Balls are tools that can help you strengthen your PC muscles even more, for even better orgasms.
If you're interested in having multiple orgasms, try using a vibrator. After having your first orgasm, don't stop stimulation. Keep yourself aroused and continue whatever type of stimulation got you to your first orgasm. If you find yourself too sensitive, try touching your clitoris indirectly or stimulating your g-spot instead. Another way to achieve multiple orgasms is to try squeezing your PC muscles immediately after your first orgasm. Because your PC muscles contract naturally as you orgasm, consciously squeezing them could cause even more orgasmic contractions.