Ready to have multiple orgasms at once?
The vaginal orgasm is often elusive, but people with clitorises and vaginas are seriously blessed. Tricks and toys can help master it (hint: number one trick is patience), and it’s possible to achieve multiple versions of orgasm — at the same time. We’re talking vaginal, clitoral, anal, and erogenous.
But lately a different kind of orgasm is making its way into the sex dialect: the blended orgasm.
What exactly is a blended orgasm?
“A blended orgasm is one that occurs from stimulation to both the back and front of the clitoris,” Laurel Steinberg, PhD, a New York City–based clinical sexologist and relationship therapist, tells Health. “It’s a combined sensation that comes simultaneously from both ends.”
Yep, your clitoris has two ends. The clitoral glans may look small from the outside, but what you see is just the tip of the iceberg. There are over 8,000 nerve endings within the entire clitoris, most of which extends back into your body and is situated alongside the vagina.
How does it feel?
A blended orgasm can be summarized as ah-mazing — and more intense than just vaginal or clitoral orgasms alone.
Since both the vagina and clitoris are both being stimulated, a blended orgasm may trigger anything from involuntary movements that mimic convulsion to female ejaculation in some cases. (This happens when the G-spot is stimulated, causing the Skene’s glands on either side of the urethra to also be stimulated.)
But you should also know what clitoral and vaginal orgasms may look or feel like on their own:
- Clitoral orgasms are often felt on the surface of the body, like a tingly feeling along your skin and in your brain.
- Vaginal orgasms are deeper in the body and can be felt by the person penetrating the vagina because the vaginal walls will pulse.
No orgasm is the same, though. How your body lets go can range from a soft sigh to a powerful release. When it comes to chasing orgasms, it’s best not to have sex with an end goal in mind.
But if you feel comfortable with your partner and want to have a go at a blended orgasm, read on for some some tips.
How to have a blended orgasm
Chasing a blended O is always easier said than done. Besides the usual musts for an orgasm—being super relaxed, having open communication with your partner—some other things will help make a blended orgasm part of your bedroom repertoire.
First, make sure your partner (or you, if you’re having a solo session) is actually touching and stroking both ends of the clitoris, the outer part between your labia and the inner part at your G-spot. “If you’re having intercourse, that covers the internal part; then the external part of the clitoris can be stimulated by fingers, or with a sex toy that hits both the inner and outer clitoris, like a Rabbit vibrator,” says Steinberg.
How to achieve a blended orgasm
Even if you know how to get yourself off both ways, a blended orgasm is going to take practice. Some tips? Relax and go in with the intention of achieving pleasure and not specifically a type of orgasm.
Don’t feel like you need to start by stimulating both the G-spot and clitoris at the same time, either. If one part takes longer to peak, focus there first. And in the case of first-timers, time is also your friend (don’t plan on rushing to work after!).
To achieve a blended orgasm on your own, start vaginally by finding the G-spot:
Using your fingers or a sex toy, lift upward toward your belly button in a “come hither” motion.
Repeat the motion as the sensation builds, and — instead of an in-and-out movement — you’ll want to keep focusing your attention on this area.
With your other hand, start to work the clitoris. If you need to add lube, go for it!
Apply fast and hard pressure in a repetitive motion using your fingers or palm, moving back and forth or circular.
Vibrators are also a great way to stimulate your G-spot and clitoris, especially if reaching both seems like a lot of work.
If you have a partner, you can tell them the best way to reach your G-spot is with hands first. Mimic that “come hither” motion toward your belly button before any type of penetration begins.
Your partner can also use their mouth and tongue to stimulate the clitoris. They can start kissing the area, then use the tip of their tongue to lick, starting slow and increasing speed and pressure as well as movement, like up and down or circular.
During penetration, one of the best positions to achieve clitoral stimulation is called the “riding high” position.
To try this, lie on your back. Your partner should angle their penis or sex toy so the upper shaft rubs against your clitoris as they thrust. Each thrust should slide your hood up and down, or provide enough pressure over the hood to stimulate your clitoris.
Best sex positions for blended orgasms:
- cowgirl or reverse cowgirl
- closed missionary position
- doggy (but without hands on the floor)
Trust your gut with the facts
A 2016 study found that on average, 54 percent of women achieve orgasm through clitoral and vaginal stimulation, compared to 34 percent who orgasmed via only clitoral stimulation and 6 percent who orgasmed via only vaginal stimulation.
And first-timers? Trust your gut: You know the difference between clitoral and vaginal orgasms.
According to a 2016 review on the history of clitoral and vaginal orgasms, two studies done in the 1970s found that sexually active women did know the difference between clitoral and vaginal orgasms.
Through self-reported accounts, the women described a clitoral orgasm as “localized, intense and physically satisfying, whereas a vaginal orgasm was described as stronger and longer lasting than clitoral orgasm, ‘deeper,’ a ‘whole body’ sensation with throbbing feelings, and more psychologically satisfying.”
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