Skip navigation! Story from Sex Tips. Like falling in love or meeting your soulmate, people say you'll "just know" when you're having an orgasm.
Alas, of course, there are women on the Internet who have tried and they have taken to THIS Reddit thread to share their experience of orgasm. And then, when the suspense finally breaks when the bad guy jumps out of the closet or whatever and there is that feeling or tingles and relief. It's kinda like that.
For people with a clitoris or a vagina, this is how to achieve an orgasm on your own terms. But we forget that on the screens, especially the small ones pornographyan orgasm is often performative. They can visibly ejaculate.
The first time you experience an orgasm feels a lot like you just discovered how to climb Mount Everest but, like, without actually hiking the whole thing, and maybe you found a serious shortcut after trying multiple routes too. Here, 28 real women describe what their climax feels like in their own words, but TL;DR: When you know, you just know. The anticipation and buildup ends, so you just feel a smooth release.
The female orgasm is the holy grail of sexual experience. It spreads in waves and reaches the extent of my full body as it increases in intensity. It is like an earthquake of pleasure that fills my body with the best energy ever, and slowly dissipates and leaves me drained and happy.
There are so many levels of pleasure in sexual contact — how do you know which one is an orgasm? The answer is through repeated orgasms — but also through talking to other women about what orgasms feel like. With that in mind, we spoke with six women about what it feels like when they orgasm.
The female orgasm is generally regarded as a magical, mysterious thing. It relies on all kinds of intriguing bits like the G spot and the clitoris. We asked a bunch of women to describe what exactly an orgasm feels like for them. Here are their answers — some names have been changed as not everyone wants to publicly talk about cumming.
By Petra Boynton. Is there something physically wrong with me that means I will never orgasm? Should I just give up trying?
If you took sex ed at school, you probably learned all about pregnancy and STIsbut there's a pretty good chance that your teacher never once uttered the word "orgasm. So let's actually talk about orgasms for a sec. An orgasm is what happens when a person reaches the height of sexual excitement. The moment comes with feelings of pleasure and muscle contractions in the genitals.