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Clitoral Complex Orgasms

Another way for women to explore and experience their awesome orgasmic capacity – Clitoral Complex Orgasm(s). Beyond the delicious Clitoral Glans orgasm described yesterday, be sure to explore the whole landscape of the clitoris. There is as much erectile tissue in a vulva as in a penis, but most of it is hidden beneath the skin. This erectile tissue gets engorged with the right stimulation in a relaxed environment. Blood flow to the genitals is constrained when a woman is feeling anxious or afraid.clitoral_complex_unengorged

Find the clitoral hood, the shaft, and the clitoral legs. Stroke the shaft through the hood. Roll the shaft back and forth, all the way up to the pubic bone. The clitoral shaft becomes erect, like a little penis, when the clitoral complex gets engorged. Feel deeply into the vulvar vestibule, along the sides of the bones of the pelvis, touching the legs of the clitoris, just under the bone.The vestibular bulbs may start to engorge during clitoral stimulation. These bulbs lie beneath a layer of muscles, behind the inner lips and the vulvar vestibule. Press into the tissue under her vestibule. Press into the flesh around her vagina and pull the membrane of the vestibule back and forth over her vestibular bulbs. Notice her vaginal opening. Is it getting narrower?

The perineal sponge lies inside the body between the vagina and the anus. This sponge is engorgeable tissue that helps to squeeze the vaginal opening tight when it is full of blood, along with the vestibular bulbs and the urethral sponge. The perineal sponge can be stimulated from the outside, through the perineum. Vibrate, press and release the perineum. The sponge can also be stimulated from inside both the vagina and the anus. (We must be careful never to touch the vagina with a finger that has touched the anus. Mixing anal and vaginal juices can result in a nasty bacterial infection.)

anatomy drawing showing engorged clitoral complexWhen and if the erectile tissue surrounding the vagina becomes engorged and puffy, vaginal penetration may become pleasurable. As the swollen tissue surrounding the vagina is stimulated, the whole clitoral complex can be engaged by internal penetration. If penetration happens before she is ready, none of this potential is tapped. (I will save writing about the urethral sponge and the G-Spot for another day)

Take enough time (an hour or more), and have enough knowledge, to engage the whole clitoral complex, then include the Clitoral Glans. Whenever she feels a sense of climax, encourage her to express and enjoy the orgasmic sensation, but don’t stop. Keep the stimulation going. More and more pleasure is possible. Instead of thinking “relief of tension” as with the Clitoral Glans orgasm described yesterday, Clitoral Complex orgasms can feel more like opening, opening, opening…..

I include diagrams of the erectile tissue of the clitoris – unengorged and engorged – from the textbook for my course in Intimacy Education. http://www.erospirit.ca/education/advanced-training/

11 Ways Women can Orgasm – Part One

Women have the capacity for multiple varieties of profound ecstasy. This capacity is a physiological fact! Celebrating, honoring and empowering women’s erotic bliss is a vital Guided by Receiver Caffyn Jessepart of our journey to wholeness – as individuals and as a world. So I am going to write about 11 kinds of orgasm – and how exactly to explore and experience them – whether you are playing alone, with a partner, a professional, or a community. Here is the first post, on the most familiar form of orgasm – clitoral glans orgasm. I will include some of the new and beautiful anatomical diagrams I have had made for my program in Intimacy Education.

A clitoral glans orgasm is what most women know to be an orgasm. Intense stimulation of the clitoral glans builds arousal and whole-body tension, climaxing with an orgasmic peak that lasts 20-30 seconds (or much longer with some techniques I will write about later). The muscles of the pelvic floor contract, and the orgasm feels intense, wonderful, and relieving.anatomy vulva vagina female genitals clitoris

How to have a Clitoral Glans Orgasm

The clitoral glans is the most highly innervated area of the human body, and it is built for pleasure. Use lube (I like organic coconut oil), and start touching the glans softly. Increase the pressure, speed and intensity, following your desire. Apply direct and indirect stimulation of the clitoral glans with fingers, a vibrator, or a partner’s mouth. Experiment with lying on your back, and try lying face down on top of your hands or vibrator. During penetrative sex you can manually stimulate the glans, use a vibrator, or try assuming a position in which your partner’s pubic bone stimulates the clitoris anatomy drawing nerves pudendal clitoral glansclitoral glans. Some women want and need and direct, intense stimulation of the clitoral glans, while others only enjoy indirect stimulation through the clitoral hood. If that feels like too much, try stimulation through blankets. Sometimes one part of the glans is most deliciously sensitive. Experiment with doing the same motion repeatedly for a long period. 45 minutes of focused stimulation of the clitoral glans is an ordinary amount of time to generate a clitoral glans orgasm. Too many women give up way too soon. Enjoy the journey! If a woman’s mind wanders, she can change the touch, blend in other kinds of touch, use erotic visualizations, and bring in fantasy to ramp up her arousal.

Coming Soon: Full Clitoral Complex Orgasm, G-Spot Orgasm, A-Spot Orgasm, Anal Orgasm, Fusion Orgasm, Valley Orgasm, Extended Massive Orgasm, Breath and Energy Orgasm, Sound Orgasm, Fantasy Orgasm…. and what else? With some of the new lovely illustrations for my Intimacy Education course