The debate’s going on among scientists
and feminists for a hundred years.
The clitoral orgasm is achieved by direct
stimulation of the clitoris. Orgasms are
triggered by fingers, tongue, sex toys,
or by masturbation and are more intense
because the stimulation is localized.
Clitoral orgasms are typically described
as “higher” and “intense” but can be
accompanied by a sense of over stimulation.
A vaginal orgasm is achieved via stimulation
of the vagina canal, which includes the G-Spot,
the lower interior vaginal walls and the cervix.
Vaginal orgasms are usually described
as “deep” and “relaxing”, and can be
followed by a profound sense of calm.
Orgasms during intercourse are often less acute.
The ability of a woman to orgasm with vaginal
stimulation alone is usually associated with
better psychological functioning, better
relationships and greater sexual satisfaction.
Women who are made aware when they’re young that
the vagina is a source of women’s orgasm are more
likely to develop the capacity for vaginal orgasm.