I get people coming to me all up in arms about how I dare to suggest that women can have vaginal orgasms and that they are far superior to clitoral orgasms.
Ella* asks: How do I have a vaginal orgasm and how to keep getting it? Not clitoral. In my near decade as a sex educator, this is one of the most.
I decided to try to have a vaginal orgasm one more time (okay, a few more times). I read the articles, boned up on the positions (pun totally.
Even as someone who writes about vaginal orgasms and who has many friends who have claimed to have had them, I was still skeptical.
Most of us (gasp!) don't orgasm with vaginal penetration alone, even though we may have tried mightily, maybe wondered what was wrong with.
"Of those that claim they can have purely vaginal orgasms, 90 percent of them say they have to be on top," she added. "Guess what?.
Having a vaginal orgasm is way too rare, but it is possible, ladies. We've got some very helpful information to get you on the train to pleasure.
Eighteen percent of respondents said vaginal penetration alone was sufficient for orgasm, and 9 percent reported that they didn't have orgasms.
A quest to experience 'vaginal orgasms' can cause women.. And there are women who can have an orgasm without being touched at all.".
"There is no such thing as a vaginal orgasm," says the Mail Online, in a story that suggests some women have been diagnosed with sexual.