Asking a woman this deal-breaker question, “Did you come?” after you thought that she did can be super awkward.
And what is organism?
The orgasm is widely regarded as the peak of sexual excitement. It is a powerful feeling of physical pleasure and sensation, which includes a discharge of accumulated erotic tension. … Orgasms do not only occur during sexual stimulation. People of all genders can experience orgasm disorders.
Sex researchers have defined orgasms within staged models of sexual response. Although the orgasm process can differ greatly between individuals, several basic physiological changes have been identified that tend to occur in the majority of incidences.
Well, orgasm sure is very subjective and the best way to know if your partner ‘had one or not’ is to directly talk about it before or after sex (not during) and trust what she says. However, if you want to become the one who just ‘gets to know’, check out the following signs of a female orgasm.
Her Body Tenses Up: While her orgasm floods her body, she will get slower, tighter. Not only that, she will clench at you.
Her Vaginal Walls Will Contract: You can feel the vaginal contractions as your woman is reaching her peak. It will get tighter, just the way a penis gets stiffer when aroused. So, if your finger is inside her or if it your penis, you should be able to feel it both ways.
Look Into Her Eyes: The pupils of her eyes will dilate and she would most likely not be focusing on you. They will go up and will forget to focus but only for a while.
She May Close Her Eyes: After you have noticed her pupils dilating and an unfocused look, she may close her eyes till the orgasm is past. If this is the sequence of events that follow, she sure had it.
Her Heartbeat Will Soar: And quite evidently. It is very palpable and you can feel it even without having to go near her chest.
Check Out For Post-Coital Glow: After a woman has had her high, she will have what is known as sex flush. It makes her radiant because of the rush of blood she experienced during sex.
However to a woman reach organism there’s need to spend more time in mental foreplay, know her G-spots. The clitoris, this tiny organ contains a high concentration of nerve endings and can be found near the top of the vulva. The clitoris is covered by a little bit of skin called the “clitoral hood,” which keeps it from being stimulated all the time, so you may have to coax the clitoris out by touching or licking it. Once she’s aroused, the hood will draw back and the clitoris will become erect.
Caressing her gently can create sexual tension even before you’ve started making love. Extensive physical foreplay. Don’t forget to talk to her during foreplay. Women tend to be more verbal, and hearing how good she’s making you feel can help her open up and have fun.
Try Female-Friendly Sexual Positions: Given what you’ve just learned, you can pretty much guess that the best sexual positions for female orgasm involve those that provide maximum stimulation to the clitoris or G-spot (or both!). These positions include:
Woman on top, this position provides some of the best stimulation of the G-spot, given the angle of the penis. She also can move her body in a way that stimulates her clitoris.
Rear entry, this position isn’t so great for clitoral stimulation, but provides excellent penetration and stimulation of the G-spot. Either of you can reach under during sex to rub the clitoris.
Sitting, having your partner sit on your lap allows for both deep penetration and good clitoral stimulation. It also provides plenty of intimacy.
And loads of teasing will also help.
Additional reports from Indianatimes and Everydayhealth