What exactly are the elusive “blended orgasms”?
Can everyone achieve them, in theory?
Are they better than a singular orgasm, or just different?
How to achieve—or practice achieving—them?
Clitoral stimulation is highly subjective, so however it feels best for you—or your partner—to touch your clit is exactly correct. This may be intense, direct touch or stimulation with a toy, or you may feel incredibly sensitive so only light touches or indirect stimulation to the clitoris feels best.
From there, you’ll need to find your G-spot, which is located about two to three inches inside and up the anterior wall of the vagina. It will feel like a dime-sized rough spot (like the roof of your mouth). Stimulating the G-spot with your finger or a toy can feel fantastic and cause “squirting,” which is the release of female ejaculate (yes, it does have some traces of uric acid in it, but it’s not just pee!).
Please take time to decide if you like your G-spot stimulated.
I most often encourage people to explore on their own and then invite their partner to help with one or both pleasure points. But if it feels best to have your partner involved from the start, of course, that’s great.
Are there any positions that are best?
3. Closed missionary position
4. From behind (like doggy, but you’ll need your hands)
5. SpooningRemember, if you really want to experience a blended orgasm but the G-spot or clitoris doesn’t do it for you, utilize other parts of your body like your neck, nipples, feet, or anus. Every body is different and responds to pleasure in a variety of ways, so be open to exploration and discovering what works best for you!