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It seems that I can only climax when I have my clit stimulated...Any suggestions on other things I can try to overcome that.
Why would you need to "overcome" it? Clitoral stimulation is the way most
women are able to orgasm.
Yes, some women can come from G Spot play, and some love it. But, not everyone is able to gain G Spot orgasms or (like in my case) G Spot Orgasms alone, without a clitoral orgasm along with it in a Blended Orgasm, are unsatisfying for them.
Other women ONLY have G Spot orgasms, and those work really well for them. Everyone is different and being capable of one type of orgasm over an other isn't "better" or more mature or anything like that. ALL orgasms originate from blood congestion in the clitoris, and the surrounding area. Even G Spot orgasms, the G Spot is kind of the "back" of the clit, as the clitoris extends into the vagina and "forks" around the vagina and behind the Urethral Sponge, that houses the "G Spot."
There's nothing wrong with working towards a G Spot orgasm, but don't think clitoral orgasms are inferior or you "have to" only have orgasms during intercourse. The majority of women NEED clitoral stimulation, direct or diffuse, to orgasm.
There's nothing wrong with you and if you are having orgasms, your response is normal.
Here's a diagram of what your clitoris looks like inside your body. The "glans" is the little bulb that you can see, the rest is inside and under tissue around your vagina and behind your G Spot. Behind the joining of the Crura (arms) of the clit is the G Spot (about where it says "excited girl.")
The ovaries in this diagram are a little misdrawn, but the clitoris and its scope are spot on.