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clitoral orgasm

It is achieved by stimulating the head of the clitoris, which is located on the outside above the entrance to the vagina.


This is the most affordable way to get an orgasm for most women.

The head of the clitoris has a huge number of nerve endings, about the same as the head of the male penis.

How to achieve a clitoral orgasm?

Different women have different clitoral sensitivity. If it is low, to achieve orgasm, you will need quite intense stimulation.

There are women with hypersensitive clitoris – they experience discomfort from touching the clitoris. This does not mean at all that clitoral orgasm is not available to such girls, just stimulation should be very delicate: for example, through the hood of the clitoris (the skin that covers the clitoris) or underwear.


For many women, orgasms from external clitoral stimulation seem too fleeting or not intense enough. In this case, you can try the edging technique. It consists in reaching almost to discharge and stopping stimulation, after a couple of minutes, continue again. After a few times bring yourself to orgasm. In this case, it can become longer and more intense.


If you have never experienced a clitoral orgasm, try to be alone with yourself and explore your body. Try different ways of stimulation, find out what you like. The toy is great for learning. For example, a vacuum stimulator. Vacuum wave stimulation technology was created specifically for women for external clitoral stimulation. According to research by the Womanizer brand, 90% of women get an orgasm within 5 minutes of using a toy.

Everything you need to get a clitoral orgasm, you can find in the Tizzi Box “You have the right to an orgasm.”

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vaginal orgasm

It is achieved through internal stimulation. Most researchers of female physiology are inclined to believe that a “vaginal” orgasm can be obtained by stimulating different parts of the clitoris from the inside.

There are several sensitive points that bring many women an orgasm: zone G, point C and point A.



How to get a “vaginal orgasm”?

What is the G zone? This is a cluster of nerve endings, which is supposedly located on the anterior wall of the vagina, at a distance of about 2-3 cm from the entrance to the vagina, in many women, this area is slightly swollen and embossed.

Often, pleasant sensations in the G zone can be obtained from slow, fairly strong pressure.

Point C is the nerve endings located in the cervix and around the uterus, and point A is in the front of the vagina, between the bladder and cervix.

The position of the cervix changes during the cycle. Do not stimulate these areas right before and during menstruation.

To get an orgasm from the stimulation of these zones, you need to be very well aroused, otherwise, the sensations can be rather unpleasant.


To achieve orgasm, you need deep, strong penetrating movements and a strong push in the moment before orgasm. The sensations from such an orgasm can be quite strong, as the entire uterus contracts.

The best positions for a “vaginal” orgasm during sex with a male partner are anything that allows the partner’s penis to press against the front wall of the vagina.

Important: no need to rush! To get an orgasm from internal stimulation, you need to be very well aroused and take the time to find the right points and ways of stimulation.

The first “vaginal” orgasm may not be what you expect. Often it is not very intense, in order to get stronger and deeper sensations, it is necessary to develop internal sensitivity. The Tizzi Box “Study Yourself” is perfect for this.


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anal sex

Orgasm from anal sex happens! And women too. This is explained by the fact that the “legs” of the clitoris are located close to the area of ​​stimulation during anal sex.

How to get an orgasm from anal sex?


Start with training: stimulation with small anal toys or fingers. Only at the moment when you feel absolutely comfortable, go to sex with a partner. Use anal lube as natural lubrication does not come out.

Choose a position in which you can control the process. Thus, it will be easier to avoid unpleasant sensations and get pleasant ones.

Stimulation should be directed towards the navel, as with vaginal sex.


Technically, this is not a type of orgasm. Squirting is the release of a small amount of fluid, which is very similar in composition to male ejaculant. It has nothing to do with urine.

Although before squirting, you can experience sensations similar to the desire to go to the toilet.



How is it done?

For different women, squirt is available from different types of stimulation. Often it comes from stimulation of the G-spot. Therefore, attention should be paid to the anterior wall of the vagina.

Fast movements will not work, the stimulation must be deep and the pressure strong enough.

You need to find a technique that brings you pleasure: tapping, stroking, massage.


Many experience a sensation similar to the desire to pee. This means that you are very close to squirt.

Important: don’t be surprised if squirt happens but orgasm doesn’t! This happens, and this is a variant of the norm.

Orgasm from nipple stimulation

Breasts and nipples are erogenous zones for many women, as there are many nerve endings and the skin is very thin.


Some women get an orgasm from stimulation of the nipples only, without the participation of the genitals.

Why this happens is not known for certain. There is a theory that during nipple stimulation, oxytocin is released, blood rushes to the genitals and the muscles of the vagina and uterus contract, as with clitoral stimulation.

mixed orgasm



The more stimulation zones that you simultaneously enjoy, the more blood flows to them, this increases the sensitivity of the zones and the orgasm is more intense.

Any combination that brings you pleasure can cause a mixed orgasm. If you want to feel it during sex with a partner, it’s more convenient to start with the “cowgirl” position, in which your and your partner’s hands are free, and it’s easy to reach most of the sensitive areas.

Multiple orgasm


The female body, unlike the male body, is capable of multiple orgasms. The male penis loses sensation after an orgasm. Women’s sensitive areas are not always.

After the first orgasm, you can continue to contract the pelvic floor muscles, this will increase blood circulation and leave the sensitivity at the same level, which will allow you to reach the second orgasm quite quickly. You can continue to stimulate the same zone that “brought” the first orgasm, or switch to another if you can orgasm from stimulation of different parts of the body.

If you get an orgasm only, for example, from external stimulation of the clitoris, try putting your hand (or your partner’s) on the clitoris for a couple of minutes to give it a little “rest” and then continue the action.


It is important to keep the arousal and not allow the body to return to the state before the arousal, then it will not be so difficult to get a multiple orgasm.


Simultaneous orgasm

Most women don’t orgasm from internal stimulation alone, so during penetrative sex it’s not easy to have an orgasm at the same time as your partner. The chances are higher in women who have the head of the clitoris close to the vagina, in which case, during penetrative sex, the head is also stimulated.


For those who are not so lucky, additional stimulation by hands or other means is necessary for simultaneous orgasm. Feel free to do it yourself or ask a partner.

It will be useful for simultaneous orgasm to practice the edging technique as described above. Over time, it makes it possible to control the onset of orgasm.

The key element is communication. Both partners should be attentive to each other, not be shy to speak out loud their desires and communicate in the process.

Simultaneous orgasm is a very pleasurable experience, but not a must. Remember that its absence does not indicate physiological incompatibility or a lack of feelings.

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