15 Facts about Female Orgasms

Female Orgasms

We all are already aware that orgasms feel great. They bring sensations to your body which can bring you to heaven and back to earth in seconds. The female orgasm is indeed a mystery to many men. So, it won’t hurt if we shed some light on some of the facts relating to female orgasms. Let’s get ready to take a wild ride to the big-O world.

1. Orgasms can relieve pain

It’s time to get rid of some of the medicines from your medicine cabinet. Because it’s true. Orgasms work as pain killers. Some studies suggest that orgasms can help relieve all kinds of pains including migraines, pain from arthritis, pain after surgery, and even pain during labor. Women release a hormone called oxytocin which is somewhat a happy hormone. It relieves the pain for a short amount of time. Orgasms work best to elevate the menstrual cramp. So ladies, get those dildos out during your next cycle.

2. Condom use doesn’t affect orgasm quality

It’s time to bust the myth. Condoms have nothing to do with your orgasm. In fact, Condoms prolong the s*x as he won’t rush to get his penis out too soon.

3. There is an orgasm “gap”

This concept is the main reason why many of the women sometimes have to fake it. The orgasm gap is the time difference between men and women to reach their respective orgasms. Women naturally take more time and men take less. The men have to understand that foreplay is mandatory because it warms up a female to reach the orgasm simultaneously with you.

4. Orgasms can also happen without direct stimulation

It’s rare but it happens. Many times orgasms are felt while taking a massage, exercising, cycling, etc. this might happen because of increased blood flow to the genitals and vibration of or contact with the clitoris. The increased blood flow and the general relaxation of a massage may lead to an orgasm too.

5. Orgasms Shut Down A Part Of Your Brain

The orgasm turns off your brain for an instant. The area behind your left eye, called the lateral orbitofrontal cortex, actually shuts down. This area is responsible for behavior control – which is why you can’t focus on anything else when you are orgasm-ing.

6. Orgasms Have Their Very Own Day

August 8 is celebrated as an International female orgasm day. The day seeks to raise awareness about female orgasms. The same way we are spreading wisdom and facts, you should too.

7. Multiples orgasms are no myth

Women are capable of experiencing multiple orgasms. The maximum number of orgasms experienced in one hour is 134 for females and 16 for males. A study of 800 female college graduates found that approximately 43% reported having had multiple orgasms.

8. Almost 60% of women ejaculate when they orgasm

Recent research puts the number of women who experience female ejaculation at around 54%. Females have small glands called Skene’s glands, on the side of the urethra. Some women experience the discharge during orgasm with little drops of urine because of the glands being in so much proximity to the urethra.

9. Women in same-s*x relationships are more likely to orgasm than women who sleep with men.

95% percent of heteros*xual men reported that they always orgasm during s*x, while only 65% of heteros*xual women said the same thing, according to a recent study. While in the same study, 86% of women in same-s*x relationships said they always orgasm when they are s*xually intimate with their lesbian partners. The answer is simple because there is less orgasm gap in homos*xual female relationships than in heteros*xual men and women relationships.

10. Some Women Climax Prematurely, Too

A survey of Portuguese women reported in S*xologies found that about 40 percent of participants occasionally orgasm before they intend to — and about 3 percent of them do so chronically.

11. Get Your Head in the Game

It happened to you as well. Let’s assume you are using the best quality rabbit vibrator for your vaginal and clitoral bliss. But the process becomes much easier when you stop worrying about the grocery list and starts imagining that hunky dude you saw earlier today. You picture his biceps, his chiseled beard and in a few seconds you are moaning. Getting your head in the game and focusing on things helps to achieve a better and faster orgasm.

12. Orgasms get better with age.

A recent survey showed that 61 percent of women ages 18 to 24 experienced orgasm the last time they had s*x, 65 percent of women in their 30s did, and about 70 percent of women in their 40s and 50s did.

I believe the reason might be because, with age, women feel more confident and have trust in a partner. Hence, women can relax more comfortably around them which can help them having quality s*xual encounters

13. There are four stages of the female orgasm

A study stated there are four stages to female orgasm. They are excitement, plateau, the actual orgasm, and the resolution. The excitement brings arousal, the plateau elevates this arousal which when it reaches a peak, bursts causing an orgasm. Orgasm is the intense feeling of pleasure followed by resolution which ultimately decelerates the pleasure and diminishes it.

14. The most common type of orgasm comes from clitoral stimulation, not penetration.

36% of women said they love clitoral orgasm while only 6% said they prefer penetrative ones. This being the sole reason why bullet vibrators make good sales over other s*x toys.

15. Women can have orgasms in their sleep

Lilith – the first woman made by god even before Eve is known to cause s*x dreams in young people. Both men and women can have these s*x dreams, which mean both can have “nocturnal orgasms.” So yes, if you’ve had a dream in which you felt like you had an orgasm, there are chances maybe, you did.

We hope, you loved our compiled list of 15 facts about female orgasm. We encourage women to enjoy and explore their bodies. One way is to do the job is to build a collection of s*x toys. Cirilla’s is an online adult s*x toy shop that offers a range of s*x toys, vibrators, dildos, strap ons, gags, and much more s*xy stuff. Shop today and get ready to hop on the rollercoaster ride of exploring every bit of your body on your own.