Orgasm-ing : Is a g-spot orgasm different than a clitoral one?

jjesssica jjesssica
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Is having an orgasm vaginally any different from clitoris-ly?
06/20/2012
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deltalima deltalima
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Originally posted by jjesssica
Is having an orgasm vaginally any different from clitoris-ly?
For me yeah.
06/20/2012
cryinglightning86 cryinglightning86
Maybe someone will correct me if I'm wrong (I'm not exactly a doctor), but vaginal orgasms are basically indirect clitoral orgasms. People talk about the G-spot in the vagina, but it relates back to the clitoris. The clitoris isn't just this button that sits on your pubic bone - it extends downwards a good bit, so what may be perceived as a vaginal orgasm is actually just a different form of clitoral orgasm.

I'm not discounting that women can't have orgasms vaginally, just going on a bit of a tangent about how they're technically the same thing as clitoral orgasms (at least according to what I've read - I absolutely love Betty Dodson). I've never personally experienced an orgasm via penetration alone, but have had some really earth-shattering orgasms that incorporate vaginal penetration with clitoral stimulation. Those tend to be more intense than using clitoral stimulation alone, for me at least.

I apologize for not really directly answering your question.
06/20/2012
jjesssica jjesssica
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Originally posted by cryinglightning86
Maybe someone will correct me if I'm wrong (I'm not exactly a doctor), but vaginal orgasms are basically indirect clitoral orgasms. People talk about the G-spot in the vagina, but it relates back to the clitoris. The clitoris isn't just ... More
No u have very informative facts, thank you love.
06/21/2012
Talena Talena
They are different and feel very different. Some people have satisfatory Clit stimulation orgasms and other don't, same for the G-spot.
06/21/2012
namelesschaos namelesschaos
There are two ways of looking at this:

Subjectively: Yes, most do report a difference.

Physiologically: There is no such thing as "vaginal" or "clitoral" orgasm. There is only orgasm, and if there is an part of the body that should receive credit for it is the brain link link link . This whole categorization system is built on politics not physiologically. Freud creates the bullshit "mature" vaginal orgasms, feminists rightfully fight back but swing the pendulum the other way claiming all orgasm are clitoral.

I can, should, and will (when I'm not lazy) write a whole blog post on this but there is a very large problem in sexual science. Most are stuck with an elementary school sophistication regarding orgasm. Quick questions what is responsible for vision? The elementary school answer would be eye. A more sophisticated answer would the vision system. The eye is only one part of a system in which all the parts and there specific functions are need in order for vision to occur. To truly understand what is happening requires a system level understanding of the process. What cause orgasm’s is sufficient stimulation of the brain’s sexual response centers, the clitoris role inside the orgasm system is that it is the primary source of those signals to the brain but other parts of the body can and do provide stimulation.

Ever download via a torrent? Think of the clitoris as the one seeder with the good broadband and the rest of the body is a dial-up connection. The broadband user may be doing most of the work but it is all the seeds in conjunction that produce the file. To extent the analogy depended on how big the file is (how easily you orgasm) the broadband seeder may be necessary for you to get your file (orgasm) or the dial-ups could handle the job on their own.
06/21/2012
AriaRN AriaRN
I have never had a g-spot orgasm so I wouldn't know
06/21/2012
AriaRN AriaRN
Quote:
Originally posted by cryinglightning86
Maybe someone will correct me if I'm wrong (I'm not exactly a doctor), but vaginal orgasms are basically indirect clitoral orgasms. People talk about the G-spot in the vagina, but it relates back to the clitoris. The clitoris isn't just ... More
I like this answer
06/21/2012
namelesschaos namelesschaos
Quote:
Originally posted by cryinglightning86
Maybe someone will correct me if I'm wrong (I'm not exactly a doctor), but vaginal orgasms are basically indirect clitoral orgasms. People talk about the G-spot in the vagina, but it relates back to the clitoris. The clitoris isn't just ... More
Your are correct that the clitoris is a rather large structure and thus vaginal stimulation will involve indirect clitoral stimulation as a result. However again it is the net result of stimulation regardless of source that creates orgasm, they are mot "indirect clitoral orgasm" they are orgasm resulting from the "indirect stimulation of clitoral nerve endings and the stimulation of non-clitoral nerve endings".
06/21/2012
Michele Michele
As much as I've tried, I've never had a g-spot orgasm. I've heard that they are great but, it just doesn't work for me.
06/21/2012
pasdechat pasdechat
I've not yet had an orgasm just from g-spot stimulation, but for me at least, the orgasms I have when I combine G-spot and clitoral stimulation are different from the ones I have from clitoral alone. The buildup is a lot more intense, for one thing, but the orgasm itself is also qualitatively different. The best way I can think of to describe it is that an orgasm from clitoral stimulation alone feels sort of like a quick, intense shiver and release through my pelvic area, whereas the orgasms I have from both G-spot and clitoral stimulation are harder to pinpoint in one part of my body and...warmer? They last a little longer, aren't quite as sharp, and are more of a soft, melting feeling. So maybe a pure G-spot orgasm is a bit like that, only...more so?

I can definitely believe that at least some of the pleasure from G-spot stimulation comes from stimulating the inside part of the clitoris. One thing that I really like about adding G-spot stimulation is that I feel like I'm being stimulated from all sides. Clitoral stimulation alone is wonderful, but also more surface-level, to me at least.
06/21/2012
- Kira - - Kira -
My G-spot orgasm feels completely different from my clitoral orgasm. Science-wise I couldn't say. For me the clitoral orgasm feels more like a lightning bolt where a vaginal orgasm feels more like a wave. A G-spot orgasm feels like an ejaculation of fluid mixed with a wave. That's the best way I can describe it.
06/21/2012
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