Since it’s rather rare for a woman to have an
orgasm during sex in the first place, putting a
premium on vaginal orgasms has always
seemed sort of weird to me. Many times after
sex, when I clearly haven’t had ANY kind of
orgasm, the person asks me if I had a vaginal
orgasm, specifically. Or if I ever have. Or how
we’ve “gotta get me one.”

You very rarely hear women say they can
achieve orgasm just from penetration, but like
the Loch Ness Monster, the legend sticks around
just enough to make those who are more
clitorally-oriented wonder if it’s worth working
towards. And men put a premium on it for a few
obvious reasons:

(A) Porn

(B) They want to.

feel like their penis is a sexual hot-rod that will
make you speak in tongues and throw your
vibrator in a volcano.

So how, if it’s even possible for mere mortals,
can we have a vaginal orgasm? Ian Kerner, the
author of She Comes First: The Thinking Man’s
Guide To Pleasuring a Woman , says that if you
interpret “vaginal orgasm” as achieving orgasm
from penetration alone, it’s pretty damn rare.

“Vaginal orgasms don’t happen without some
kind of clit stimulation. They can be enhanced
with the G-spot, which provides a different
sensation, and clitoral orgasm during penetration
can give you the feeling of vaginal orgasm.”
So, are vaginal orgasms bullshit? “I don’t want to
say they’re a myth, because some women do
have them. But it’s very rare to take a dildo or a
vibrator and have an orgasm simply by
thrusting.”

It’s a slightly less daunting prospect to narrow
down your expectations simply to finding your G-
spot. In 2011, a Yale urologist speculated that the
G-spot was actually just an extension of the
clitoris. Dr. Emily Morse , a sex expert with a
doctorate from the Institute for the Advanced
Study of Human Sexuality, says that Kegels will
immensely help you out by strengthening your
muscles and basically giving you the vaginal
equivalent of a six-pack — when the muscles
down there are more defined, it’s easier to locate
the G-spot. She also suggests a sex toy with a
slight curve.

As for sex with a partner, Morse suggests doing
it doggy style:

This rear entry position is a great position for
women to reach maximum G-spot pleasure. But
they have to assume the right position.
His penis will apply pressure to her G-spot if
she starts on all fours and arches her back
downwards (pushing her belly button towards the
floor) while keeping her head up. If she keeps
her arms straight and locks her elbows,
channeling the “Cow” of cat-cow pose in yoga,
she got it right. This way he can easily lift her
hips upwards while he thrusts in a downward
motion.


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