By Matilda Rudd For Daily Mail Australia
6 March 2018
There are a number of ways women can orgasm, many involving the clitoris
But some ladies even enjoy urethra, cervical, kissing and nipple stimulation
The majority of women won’t orgasm from penis penetration alone
Sex and relationship therapist Cyndi Darnell says focus on a mental connection
The A-spot, or anterior fornix, is an erogenous zone between the cervix and the bladder.
While there is some debate over whether women are reaching an orgasm in this area or whether it’s just the cervix, sex counsellor Ava Cadell believes the ‘patch of sensitive tissue lubricates when stimulated.’
It’s also possible to orgasm from the urethra because the area is wrapped around the clitoris, Mamamia reported.
But sex and relationship therapist Cyndi Darnell told Daily Mail Australia it’s imperative women not think there is one way of ‘coming.’
Practice makes perfect! It’s also possible to orgasm from the urethra because the area is wrapped around the clitoris
‘It’s a ridiculous premise. It’s like saying there are only five different ways to drink a glass of water,’ she said.
‘Orgasm occurs first and foremost in the brain and then in the mind separately. So while you can be hitting all the right area physiologically, if you’re not paying attention to the context in which the sex is happening it can make orgasm unlikely.’
Cyndi argues that if a woman feels pressure or is tense she won’t reach ‘erotic satisfaction’ no matter where you’re touching her.
‘Even though there are many “spots” that promote orgasm, by and large it’ll happen through clitoral stimulation. There is a common misconception that penis penetration can get her there but for the vast majority this is just not the case,’ she continued.
‘It’s like a testicle massage. Men don’t orgasm from that and women know that.’
Similarly, some women are able to orgasm from kissing and nipple action alone, others can’t.
Cyndi (pictured) argues that if a woman feels pressure or is tense she won’t reach ‘erotic satisfaction’ no matter where you’re touching her
‘The problem with sex education, and why it’s so abysmal, is that there is too much focus on reproduction and not enough on pleasure. Most people aren’t having sex purely to reproduce,’ Cyndi said.
‘We need to understand how our bodies work beyond just “making babies” and find what works for each individual.’
Yes, we understand how our bodies work beyond just “make babies”.