What's the difference between a vaginal and clitoral ****? Is it only possible to have a vaginal **** during intercourse? If you can have a clitoral **** through other activity, but not intercourse, why is that? If your **** is stimulated during intercourse, will that give you a clitoral **** during ****? So how do you have a vaginal one? Can you have both at the same time?
Stimulating the **** and (for some women) pressure in or around the vagina cause pelvic fullness and body tension to build up to a peak. **** is the point at which all the tension is suddenly released in a series of involuntary and pleasurable muscular contractions in the vagina, uterus, and/or rectum. (Some women do experience **** without contractions.)
The difference between a "clitoral" and a "vaginal" **** lies in which body part is stimulated to achieve ****, not necessarily where you feel the ****. The **** has a central role in elevating feelings of **** tension. During **** excitement, the **** swells and changes position. The blood vessels through the whole pelvic area also swell, causing engorgement and creating a feeling of fullness and **** sensitivity. Your inner vaginal lips swell and change shape. Your vagina balloons upward, and your uterus shifts position.
You or a partner can stimulate your **** in a number of different ways — by rubbing, ****, body pressure, using a ****. Although some women touch the glans of the **** to become aroused, for others it can be so sensitive that direct touching hurts, even with lubrication. Also, focusing directly on the **** for a long time may cause the pleasurable sensations to disappear. Your **** can also be stimulated during **** intercourse, most often with the woman on top — this happens when the **** is rubbed against the man's **** bone. It can also be achieved when the man is on top if the man positions himself high enough so that his **** bone presses against his partner's clitoral area. You or your partner can also stimulate your **** with fingers during intercourse to help bring you to ****.
For some women, the outer third of their vagina is also very sensitive. When stimulated during intercourse or other vaginal penetration, these women can ****. This would be what you referred to as a vaginal **** — without clitoral stimulation. Sigmund Freud made a pronouncement that the "mature" woman has **** only when her vagina, but not her ****, is stimulated. This, of course, made the man's **** central to a woman's **** satisfaction. In reality, **** are a very individualistic thing — there is no one correct pattern of **** response. Whatever works, feels good, and makes you feel more alive and connected with your partner are what count.
Sep 12, 10 7:13 PM