What Is a Female Orgasm – Jason Julius Sex Expert

Hi, Jason Julius here. Today I’m answering the question, what is a female orgasm?

In a clinical context a female orgasm is most often defined as muscular contractions during sexual activity. During a female orgasm you will see a change in heart rate, blood pressure, and often respiration rate and depth.

Put simply, a female orgasm is the euphoric feeling a woman will experience after a certain threshold of sexual pleasure has been crossed.

The euphoric feeling that accompanies a female orgasm can last for seconds to minutes or even longer.

A female orgasm can also be a great pain killer. Some women who suffer from arthritis have reported feeling no pain immediately after an orgasm.

The period after a female orgasm occurs is a very relaxing experience. Female orgasms are also known to release the hormone oxytocin, which is the hormone responsible for bonding in humans. This is why it’s commonly referred to as the “love hormone.”

A woman can experience an orgasm from many different types of stimulation, but the most common ways are from direct clitoris stimulation and direct G-spot stimulation.

Generally speaking, a G-spot orgasm feels better and is more of a full-body experience for the woman involved.

To watch a live video demonstration of how to stimulate the G-spot to give a woman an orgasm, head over to my site OrgasmArts.com.

G Spot Stimulation – How To Give A Woman An Orgasm

Hey there, it’s Jason Julius here with another video. Today I’m talking all about the G-spot.

The G Spot is one of the most powerful pleasure zones that a woman has. When stimulated correctly it can bring about some of the most ground-shaking orgasms a woman will ever experience.

A G-spot orgasm can also quickly turn into a squirting orgasm. If you haven’t learned how to make a woman squirt, you need to head over to my site OrgasmArts.com to watch a live video demonstration of how to do it.

The G-spot is located on the inside of your woman’s vagina along the front wall, only about 1 to 2 inches inside.

It will be harder to find if your woman is not aroused; this is why lots of foreplay is needed before you can begin G spot stimulation. The area where the G-spot is located will have a wrinkled or ridged feel to it.

Once you find the G-spot, you can begin stimulation with your index finger using a “come here” motion.

You’ll want to use medium to firm pressure when applying your strokes, watching your woman’s reaction and adjusting accordingly.

Some women can take up to 30 minutes before they climax from G-spot stimulation, especially if she’s never had one before, so be prepared to spend some time down there.

However, as she becomes more familiar with the sensations, she’ll be able to achieve orgasms faster and faster with more practice.

To watch a live video demonstration of how to stimulate the G-spot, head over to my website OrgasmArts.com.