How To Give Your Woman The Kind of Orgasm SHE Wants

Ok, after spending a good amount of time on foreplay, your woman is finally highly aroused. You decide that now is the time to get physical with her.

So, all you need to do is get into your favorite sex position and pound away. Before you know it, your woman will be achieving some “Earth-Shaking” orgasms, right?

Well, if you are happy to live in “Never Never” land, then go for it.

There is a lot more to intercourse than a few fancy sex positions and thrusting like a sledge hammer. Unfortunately, most men do not realize this, thus leaving themselves wondering why many women find it difficult to achieve any type of orgasm through intercourse.

Though it is never a good idea to approach sex as if it were a science project, it is important to understand that a little bit of logic can go a long way.

The Big “O” Decision

First you have to decide what orgasm you would like to help your woman achieve.  Do you want to give her a g-spot, a-spot or clitoral orgasm?

In order to make the correct decision, you have to take the time to learn your partner’s sexual likes and dislikes. Would she actually enjoy receiving a g-spot orgasm? Some women find the feeling of g-spot stimulation to be a little uncomfortable, painful, or just outright annoying. On the other hand, some women see the g-spot as the ultimate form of ecstasy.

The a-spot also shares a love/hate relationship with many women.  The reason for this is that the a-spot is situated between the cervix and the bladder. If stimulated correctly, some women can achieve very powerful orgasms. However, most women don’t enjoy having a penis pounding on their cervix wall, as it can be very painful.

So, before you take the plunge, make sure that you have learnt your woman well enough to know what her likes and dislikes are, otherwise you might find yourself pounding away for no good reason, and who knows, she might just fake the orgasms just to get it over with.

Sex positions play a very important role during intercourse, but only if used correctly. Yes, sex positions are fun and erotic, but they are also the foundation of allowing your partner to achieve certain types of orgasms. For example, not all sex positions are ideal for clitoral orgasms, just as not all sex positions are ideal for g-spot orgasms. The same applies for a-spot orgasms.

If you want to give your woman an a-spot orgasm, you need to consider the following

The a-spot lies deep within the vaginal canal between the cervix and the bladder.

Deep penetration is needed in order to reach and stimulate the a-spot.

The a-spot is best stimulated with pressure, not friction.

It would therefore make sense to find a sex position that allows for deep penetration without having to thrust too hard in order to reach the a-spot. The sex position must allow you to comfortably stimulate this area through gentle yet firm pressure.

If you want to give your woman a g-spot orgasm, you need to consider the following

The g-spot only lies a few inches on the upper wall of the vaginal canal.

Shallow penetration is needed in order to reach and stimulate the g-spot.

Like the a-spot, the g-spot is best stimulated with firm gentle pressure.

In order to stimulate the g-spot, you would need to use a sex position that allows you to easily angle your penis to thrust up against the g-spot while at the same time applying pressure to it as well.

If you want to give your woman a clitoral orgasm, you need to consider the following

The clitoris is actually quite a large organ than looks almost like a “wish bone”. The end of the clitoris is the only part that sticks out at the top of the vaginal entrance. However, most of this organ actually lies on each side of the vaginal canal near the entrance of the vagina.

At the moment it is agreed that most of the stimulation to the clitoris happens at the part sticking outside the vagina. Some experts argue that other parts of the clitoris can be stimulated as well.

Depth of penetration is not important. All that matters is that any part of the penis must rub against the clitoris.

Unlike the g-spot and a-spot, the clitoris is best stimulated by friction through rubbing, not pressure.

Therefore, the best way to help your woman achieve a clitoral orgasm would be by using any sex position that allows you to comfortably stimulate your woman’s clitoris by rubbing any part of your penis against it.

Let us summarize

In order to effectively give your woman powerful orgasms, you need to first know what type of orgasms she wants to receive.

Once you have figured that out, your next step is to find the best sex position that allows you to correctly angle your penis, as well as allow the correct depth of penetration of your penis in order to reach and stimulate that particular type of orgasm.


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