Orgasm Types – As explained by experts

"Women do not take longer to orgasm than men. The majority of the women in Kinsey's study masturbated to orgasm within four minutes, similar to the men in this study." - Shere Hite

Betty Dodson, well known expert on orgasms and an author of two books on the subject, ‘Orgasms for Two’, and ‘Sex for One’, has categorized seven distinct types of orgasms. Pressure orgasms, tension orgasms, combination orgasms, multiple orgasms, relaxation orgasms, fantasy orgasms, G spot orgasms are some of the different types recognized by the expert.

Pressure orgasms - orgasm that arises from indirect pressure on the erotic areas, for instance pleasure caused by pressing or rocking the legs.

Tension orgasms – Jiffy orgasms caused by direct stimulation of the erogenous zones causing a quick build up and release.

Relaxation orgasms- As the name suggests, these orgasms arise following deep relaxation after the release of tension. Intense stimulation causes the release of tension.

Combination or mixed orgasms - A single sexual encounter could lead to two types of orgasms in brief intervals - clitoral and vaginal for instance. This is more common among women.

G Spot orgasms: Orgasms emanating from the G-Spot, claimed to be very different, intense and far superior than any other type of orgasm, according to accounts from women.

Multiple orgasms - Both men and women experience more than one orgasm during a single sexual encounter. The fair sex is known to experience multiple orgasms in quick succession, for men it may follow after a brief rest period between each orgasm.

Fantasy orgasms – Orgasms that arise out of fantasy and mental stimulation alone, and devoid of any physical stimulation.

Well known Austrian Psychiatrist, Sigmund Freud famous for his work on the subconscious mind, described the female orgasm to be of two distinct types. Orgasm in a woman could emanate from two areas – one from the erogenous zone in the vagina called the clitoris, and the other from the G-spot, through direct penetration during sexual intercourse or stimulation. In Freud’s assessment, clitoral orgasms are an amateurish response to sex, while vaginal orgasms are symbolic of a highly evolved sexual state.

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