“Electric flesh-arrows.. traversing the body. A rainbow of color strikes the eyelids. A foam of music falls over the ears. It is the gong of the orgasm.” ~ Anais Nin
What does a G-Spot orgasm feel like? It really differs from woman to woman. Vaginal sex feels good because of the sense of fullness, and clitoral orgasms feel good because of the numerous sensitive nerve endings in the clitoris. G-Spot orgasms increase the intensity of both experiences.
When you combine all three forms of stimulation—vaginal, clitoral and G-Spot—the orgasm she experiences can be intense, forceful and long. She can even experience a couple of fringe benefits: multiple orgasms and female ejaculation!
No one knows why some women have multiple orgasms at the drop of a hat and others never have them at all. Unlike other kinds of female sexual response, there’s no physiological correlation between specific organs—the G-Spot, the clitoris, the Skene’s gland—and her ability to come multiple times.
Think of it this way: Why are some people ticklish and others aren’t? It’s just the way it is. But even when you aren’t ticklish, doesn’t it feel nice to have someone stroke your inner arm? Does it matter if you don’t collapse into a fit of giggles?
If you can go into your sexual encounter with the same mindset about multiple orgasms—that they aren’t essential, but a nice topping on a delicious cake—you’ll both enjoy the experience, no matter what the result.
If you’d like to help her try to have a multiple orgasm, all you need are patience, good timing and the ability to read her body language. As she comes the first time, keep applying the same stimulation, whatever it might have been: clitoral stimulation, vaginal penetration or G-Spot play—or all three! Ease back a little, as she’ll be hyper-sensitive after an orgasm, but otherwise continue giving her pleasure after she crests the first time.
Some women will be too sensitive to continue. If this is the case, stop immediately. But if she indicates it’s okay to keep touching her, continue to apply strong G-Spot pressure and clitoral stimulation. She may just ride another wave or two.
Liquid G-Spot Orgasm
If you’ve been lucky enough to have sex with a woman who ejaculates, you know what an amazing experience it can be for her. At the moment of orgasm, she explodes, ejaculating fluid just as a man would during his own orgasm. Because female ejaculation is so rare, there’s something very special about experiencing this act of ultimate release.
The statistics surrounding female ejaculation are much more heartening than those about the G-Spot. In the 1990’s, researchers distributed an anonymous questionnaire to 2,350 professional women in the United States and Canada. Of the 55% of women who responded, 40% reported having a liquid orgasm; 82% of women who reported they experienced G-Spot sensitivity also said they ejaculated during orgasm.[i]
G-Spot play is the perfect way to coax her body into ejaculating. There’s no special additional technique with respect to G-Spot sex for making her ejaculate; applying the manual, oral and sexual techniques in this book will cause her to ejaculate if the anatomy of her body allows her to.
As you apply pressure to the G-Spot, it engages the nerve endings in the Skene’s gland, through the narrowest part of the urethra and into the back and upper part of the clitoral muscle. When combined with stimulation to her labia, vulva and vagina, G-Spot pressure can cause waves of pleasure, orgasm and ejaculation.
If she ejaculates, don’t tease her or show her you might feel a little grossed-out about her ejaculation. It’s a very rare, special feature that many women simply don’t have. Enjoy it for what it is: the physical result of an amazing, earth-shattering, mind-bending orgasm.
If she doesn’t ejaculate, don’t blame yourself or her. Sometimes it’s just not meant to be. But does it really matter? You’re going to have so much fun trying my techniques that if she doesn’t experience ejaculation, your lovemaking experience will still be erotic, passionate and extremely satisfying.