Nuts and Bolts of the Female Orgasm
Orgasms are amazing, yes? Good for our heart, our skin, our emotions, our wellbeing.
Dr. Sadie’s book found at www.AllanaPratt.com/ticklekitty is THE place to get all the information you need about clitoral pleasure! And even though I’m not a doctor able to share all the info in her book, here is my best shot at your wonderful detailed questions about orgasms…
Q: An orgasm is the peak of pleasure regardless if you have a G spot orgasm… right or wrong?
A: To me orgasm is a word that describes pleasure in general that comes in many forms of intense waves either centered in the clitoral area, vaginal walls, or even full body. There is a peak in an orgasm for sure, and yet when you’re not focused on the goal/peak, I have found the capacity for orgasms to last longer or have multiple orgasms.
G spot orgasms? The Gspot is located inside the vaginal wall, a few inches in on the upper wall. For me it makes the orgasm almost feel like I’m peeing yet instead it’s female ejaculation and can make the joining of the clitoral orgasm together very intense.
Q: If you have a orgasm from only clitoris stimulation can you have a gspot orgasm?
A: In my experience you can have either gspot, or clitoral or combined orgasms. Anything is possible!
Q: Where does the g spot orgasm come from inside the vagina or the urethra?
A: Definitely get Dr. Sadies book at www.AllanaPratt.com/ticklekitty She has tons of illustrations not only of our anatomy to see where the gspot is, yet also illustrations of how to pleasure the clitoris and also illustrations of positions that stimulate the clitoris while making love. It’s great information for you and also written so you can read it to your partner and set him up to win in pleasing you!
Q: Is the fluid from g spot orgasms mixed with urine even if you empty your bladder?
A: No, it’s not urine. It’s ejaculatory fluid all the way.
Q: I thought every woman could g spot orgasm with practice but then someone told me i read it wrong… thought I saw that somewhere … so can we all do it … yes or no?
Again, I am loving the depth of your questions yet I am not a doctor. It’s been my experience as a coach who heals the emotions in my clients, that women have often gone from never having an orgasm to having many through my coaching, or from having one to becoming multi orgasmic, or from never having ejaculated to having g spot ejaculation orgasms.
A lot about orgasming is about relaxing, feeling safe, feeling beautiful about your sexual desires, about your body and being able to let go and surrender. For many of us, this is very challenging, so while all these technical questions are awesome and Dr. Sadie’s book is a MUST, it’s imperative you do your emotional homework too so that you simply let go and enjoy the pleasures of your body, uninhibited, with great reverence joy and pleasure being a glorious woman!
P.S. once you get more comfortable with clitoral and Gspot orgasms with the help of Dr. Sadie’s book at www.AllanaPratt.com/ticklekitty she also has a couples kit called Good Nookie that she’s giving just our community 20% off! It’s found at www.AllanaPratt.com/goodnookie and includes items for both him and her to keep things connected, spicy and extremely pleasurable in the bedroom! Thank you Dr. Sadie!