1. VAGI­NAL

Marie Claire (South Africa) - - SEX REPORT -

An or­gasm that comes from within the vag­ina al­most al­ways re­lates to stim­u­la­tion of the G-spot. As you be­come turned on you breathe more rapidly and blood rushes into the G-spot and the lower part of the vag­ina, nar­row­ing it so it will grip the pe­nis. The G-spot – which is re­ally more a zone than a spot – is a lit­tle smaller than a R5 coin and is found roughly 5cm within the an­te­rior side of the vag­ina. When pressed, it stim­u­lates tis­sue that forms part of the cli­toral com­plex. In some women this re­sults in an in­tense sen­sa­tion that can be ex­tremely plea­sur­able, but sim­i­lar to an ur­gency to pee. Ten­sion builds across the mus­cles of the gen­i­tal area un­til it is in­vol­un­tar­ily re­leased in a deep, eu­phoric, whole-body or­gasm.

Some­thing like one in a G-spot or­gasm dur­ing sex. ‘Stim­u­la­tion of the G-spot may evoke emo­tional re­sponses – the urge to weep, a sense of vul­ner­a­bil­ity,’ says sex ex­pert Betony Ver­non, au­thor of The Boudoir Bi­ble.

All or­gasms can evoke this re­sponse to some ex­tent, but this is by far the strong­est, since stim­u­la­tion in this area trans­mits not only through the at­tached nerves to the spinal cord but also uniquely into the va­gus nerve sys­tem, which re­lates to moods rang­ing from hap­pi­ness to de­pres­sion. Be­cause of its power, it’s best to How: Once your gen­i­tals have be­come en­gorged, feel for the raised mass of tis­sue around the size of an al­mond on the an­te­rior wall of your vag­ina. Stroke it, grad­u­ally in­creas­ing the pres­sure. When you be­gin to sense the ra­di­at­ing, full-body ef­fects of G-spot stim­u­la­tion, it is a clear in­di­ca­tion that you are close to cli­max. Good po­si­tions in­clude any­thing where you are bent at the waist for deep pen­e­tra­tion. For in­stance, on all fours (vari­ants in­clude with your legs to­gether, or with your head and fore­arms rest­ing on the bed) or mis­sion­ary with your knees pulled into your chest.

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