Orgasm privilege? Yes—discover the secrets of the female orgasm

Orgasm privilege? Yes—discover the secrets of the female orgasm

Get ready for an enlightening journey through the world of female orgasms. We'll reveal secrets, debunk myths, and explore the fascinating variety of ways women can achieve climax—from the well-known clitoral orgasm to lesser-known gems like coregasms.

Moreover, we'll delve into the topic of how watching porn might impact orgasms positively. For some individuals, pornography can be a safe outlet to explore sexual fantasies. Engaging with these fantasies during intimate moments may lead to increased arousal and a more satisfying orgasmic experience.

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Picture the clitoris as the tiny but mighty superhero of pleasure, hidden in its secret lair between the folds of the labia. It's like a super-sensitive little button that packs a punch when activated. It's the Indiana Jones of pleasure, seeking to be discovered and unleashed!

Around 80% of women need the clitoris involved in sexual intercourse to reach orgasms—to reach clitoral orgasms, all you have to do is stimulate your clit! 

With more than 10.000 nerve endings, the clitoris is an extremely sensitive part for vagina owners—some people prefer stimulation around the clitoris, while others direct stimulation: sex toys or oral sex are perfect for reaching a clitorial orgasm. We recommend using a vibrator or suction toy.

Have you tried The Oh Collective’s clitoral vibrator, Pixie? It's a tiny vibrator worn between the fingers—so no risk of losing it! Pixie can see you through plenty of solo sessions, or bring it into couples play for some extra stimulation that’ll have you drowning in pleasure before you know it. 

G-spot (& squirting):

We're sure you heard about the G-spot. Wayne Marshall used to sing in 1996, "Cuz tonight I wanna hear you say 'ooh aah' when I hit your g spot baby, I wanna hear you moan and groan with delight” and more recently, Quevedo from Spain sings "cruzamos miradas, ella despechada se me acercó y terminé tocándote el punto g y tú gritándome" which translates as "our eyes met, she was heartbroken and came closer, I ended up touching your g-spot, and you ended up screaming..."


So, as you can see, the G-spot has a reputation for bringing huge amounts of pleasure. Is it difficult to find? The answer is no.


The G-spot is located in the front wall of your vagina, about halfway between your vaginal opening and cervix. Did you know it's part of the clitoris' network of nerve endings? So yeah, the clit is present here too. So how do you find the G-spot? Insert a finger into a vagina and press forward making a come-here motion; you should detect a slightly bumpy, ridged, or spongy area.


Touching this spot can lead to a G-spot orgasm—for most people, G-spot orgasms feel deeply intense! Also, this kind of orgasm can make you squirt! If you play with this spot long enough, waterfalls may be coming down... But remember, this is not the case for everyone, and it's a sexually-induced reaction that may or may not coincide with orgasm.


But if you want to experience it, it is important to know that it can feel like you're about to pee yourself, so don't hold back and embrace this feeling!


Have you tried The Oh Collective G-Spot Kit bunny vibrator? It is a super bendy vibrator that can be used alone or with a partner. It can pleasure your clitoris and G-spot at the same time and could aid you to reach potential squirting orgasms! 



Did you know vaginal orgasms, without stimulation of the clit and g-spot, also exist? Are you wondering if we are making this up just for the sake of this post? Even though it is uncommon (only 18% of women can orgasm from vaginal sex alone), the vagina has erogenous zones that can help reach climax.


It can be easy to include all supposedly non-clitoral orgasms, like vaginal and G-spot orgasms, into one experience—but this isn't 100% accurate. When a vaginal orgasm happens, everything is stimulated, including the G-spot. The vaginal orgasm comes from stimulating the nerves around the uterus and cervix and stretching the nerve tissue and the G-spot. 


Basically, a G-spot orgasm depends on stimulating only the G-spot, and a vaginal orgasm can involve stimulating anything inside and around the vagina. 


This can create the whole uterus to contract, which feels amazing for some people. You can try if this works for you during penetration, but remember that maybe it doesn’t, and that’s completely ok—just try something else. Use your orgasm privilege!



Have you ever experienced anal orgasms? If you have, you have already opened the Pandora box! Even though it is a taboo topic for some, anal orgasms are also possible for vagina-owners since the anus is really close to the vagina and clitoris, connected by the perineum.


Plus, the anus is connected to the pelvic floor muscles, supporting the vagina. And because the pelvic floor muscles are highly sensitive, stimulating them during anal can lead to the big O.


Before diving into this uncharted territory, remember that communication is key. Have an open and honest conversation with your partner about your desires and boundaries when it comes to anal sex.


To ensure smooth sailing, lube up like there's no tomorrow and relax! A generous amount of water-based lubricant is your secret weapon against any discomfort. Take it slow and steady; start with a gentle exploration and build up as you move along. Try The Oh Collective’s Motion Lotion, 100% natural water-based lubricant that will glide you into smoother times! 


Do you want to have it all? Well, you can! You can combine orgasms: a blended orgasm is a climax that happens when more than one erogenous zone is being stimulated simultaneously. For example, you can stimulate the G-spot and the clitoris at the same time. The more stimulation, the bigger the orgasm will be, and you can even have multiple orgasms!


Are you wondering how? Just begin stimulation again after your first orgasm; how many can you have? 2,3,10? The sky's the limit! 


Sex toys are a good tool to use if you want to experience different types of orgasms simultaneously or multiple orgasms. Try introducing a vibrator or two to your sexual experiences, even with a partner. Check out The Oh Collective Dream Team couple’s vibrators with remote control. They can activate your senses across clitoris, G-spot, anal, and more! It also comes with a pleasure wheel and remote-control where you can activate your fantasies along with your orgasms. 


You're probably wondering now: what even is a coregasm? Will this happen while I am in my Pilates class? Well, it could happen in your pilates class because it does involve your core muscles. It is unlikely, but workout-induced orgasms, or coregasms, are real. A study found that around 70% of women surveyed had experienced orgasm or sexual pleasure while working out, usually from core-based exercises.


One way to induce a coregasm is to super-squeeze your pelvic floor muscles, which actually helps make them stronger. And as we all know, having healthy pelvic floor muscles is essential for having super pleasurable orgasms.


Most people will need clitoral and/or vaginal stimulation to go along with that if they want an orgasm. You can practice during masturbation using your favorite clitoral toy and squeezing your pelvic floor or you can try it with partnered sex, squeezing the pelvic muscles during penetration. 

Hurray! You made it to the end of this journey of discovery and celebration of the female orgasm. An orgasm that still gets way less attention than its male counterpart, likely as a result of a still casually sexist society. Talking about it openly and without embarrassment will help make it equal. After all, it's as old as civilization itself—what could be more natural than pleasure?


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