In a recent study of US heterosexual women, 70% required clitoral stimulation to achieve orgasm, or that clitoral stimulation improved orgasmic response. Clitoral stimulation can be completely customized. Try touching, stroking, adding pressure or vibration and spend some time finding out what feels best for you. While the clitoris is rather tiny it’s often considered, the heart of sexual ecstasy. Clitoral orgasms may be felt on the surface of your body, almost like a tingly feeling along your skin and euphoria sensation in your brain.

Our Recommendation:
If you’re new to the toy game, we recommend starting with a tried-and-true bullet vibrator, like Illusion. With seven speeds and pulsing patterns, this clitoral vibrator will have you seeing visions of ecstasy.


The G-spot is not well understood, and some researchers feel it may be its own anatomical structure.  Regardless, the G-spot is thought to be on the anterior surface of the vagina about halfway between the vaginal opening and cervix. Some women experience intense pleasure and orgasmic feelings when this area is stimulated or stroked. Touching it with a finger, vibrator, penis can result in extraordinary pleasure. 

 Our Recommendation:

There’s a reason we call one of our favorite G-spot vibes Oh Em Gee… because it will have you shouting to the heavens! The flexible, curved shaft is specially designed to hit the right spot.


Some women may experience a vaginal orgasm by stimulation of the vaginal canal. These orgasms are typically considered deeper in the body and can easily be felt by the person penetrating the vagina because the vaginal walls will often pulse gripping the penis or sexual accessory within the vagina.


Your whole body vibrates with kinetic energy and an overwhelming intensity of orgasmic pleasure is achieved all over your entire body. Multiple areas of erogenous stimulation often have been occurring to achieve this type of sexual bliss.

Our Recommendation:
Stimulate multiple areas and get a tongue-like feeling on the clitoris with Unraveled for an unrivaled experience. This dual action vibrators doubles the pleasure with nine functions.


Deep stimulation near the cervix or in the posterior aspect of the vagina (fornix) can also lead to orgasmic bliss and sexual release. Your whole uterus may contract when you achieve orgasm. Massive pleasurable contractions may also occur!

Our Recommendation:
Get into a good rhythm with Bump & Grind. Experience vibrations and deeper thumps that massage vaginal walls and hit all the right moves.


Anal sex can lead to sexual arousal and an intense orgasmic experience.  You may feel anal canal contractions before orgasmic release. Some report feeling an intense need to pee prior to an anal orgasm. Contractions usually are  not felt  around the vagina or genitals. Instead, you may feel some tightening’s around the anal sphincter.

Our Recommendation:
We love options and 5th Base gives you all that and more. This anal probe includes a removeable bullet, so if you’re not in the mood for anal play, you can use the bullet to tease the nipples, clitoris, testicles, and more.


Some women can experience multiple orgasms in one sexual experience.  This is when there is no downtime between orgasmic experiences. No refractory or recovery period is experienced.

Our Recommendation:
Give yourself all the options to achieve multiple orgasms with the Our Little Secret set. This features a bullet and c-ring that you can use alone or with a partner.


Any combination of the above-mentioned orgasms. More than one erotic zone is being stimulated at the same time. This may typically occur when both the vagina, G-spot and the clitoris are stimulated simultaneously at the same time.  It may result in an explosive movie-fireworks style orgasm that may even have female ejaculation (read on below for squirting orgasm).

Our Recommendation:
The best way to get multiple areas of stimulation is through a dual action vibrator. We love Triple Orgasm Machine and customers agree! The three-in-one vibrator has thrusting, spinning, and pulsing patterns that will tease and please your erogenous zones.


Sometimes when women are sexually aroused, they may expel a small amount of fluid from glans around the urethra during or before orgasm. Female ejaculation is real and not a sexual myth! Although its origins are still quite controversial, the fluid released is not urine and is typically clear. Some women may have tiny amounts of liquid when others report huge gushes of fluid.


Many women enjoy breast and nipple caressing during lovemaking and sexual play.  Stimulation with fingers, mouth or a vibrator can lead to arousal and orgasmic contractions felt not only in the breasts, but in other sensitive erogenous zones.

Our Recommendation:
Treat yourself to a different kind of orgasm using Exposed. This vibrator has dual ends that are flexible so you can tease multiple spots at once.


Workout orgasms or orgasms have been studied by scientists at the university of Indiana. Many women experience sexual arousal and pleasure with core training, cardio, weight training or abdominal focused exercise.

Our Recommendation:
Whether you’re using it during or after exercising, Dream On is a great massager to give aching muscles attention. Or use it on any part of the body that awakens desire.


Some women may achieve orgasmic experiences during sleep; these maybe spontaneous triggered by touch of bed-clothing/sheets or from erotic sensual dreams.

Our Recommendation:
Sexy and comfortable? Can we get a hell yes! The Euforia – Zena Chemise will give you the feeling of soft silk while you dream those erotic dreams.


No matter what orgasm you are experiencing, all are normal and enjoyable. Remember there are many pathways to sexual pleasure, satisfaction and ecstasy. Try some sexual accessories to help stimulate certain areas and intensify your orgasmic response. If you are having problems achieving orgasm, or if orgasms are less intense or take longer to achieve, seek medical care and a sexual health evaluation. Underlying medical conditions, hormonal influences or medications maybe the culprits for buzz killed orgasms!

Remember the more you focus on orgasms during sex, the less likely you will achieve them.  Try to stay focused on sexual pleasure and maintain your focus on the feelings your experiencing. Enjoy the brain body connection. Be mindful.  Orgasm are a wonderful culmination of intense euphoric experience not only in your brain but in your body.  They can be tiny or earth shattering.  Your orgasmic response is unique and special.

Michael Krychman
Michael L. Krychman, MDCM, is the Executive Director of the Southern California Center for Sexual Health and Survivorship Medicine located in Newport Beach California. He is the former Co Director of The Sexual Medicine and Rehabilitation Program at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer. He also is a clinical sexologist and has completed his Masters in Public Health and Human Sexuality. Dr Krychman has a degree in Erotology, Sexual Education and Forensic Sexology. Dr Krychman is also an AASECT certified sexual counselor. He is an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of California Irvine, Division of Gynecological Oncology and the Medical Director of Ann’s Clinic, a high-risk program for Breast and Ovarian Cancer Survivors.

His special interests include menopausal health, hormone therapy, sexual pain disorders, and loss of libido, chronic medical illness and medical devices and their impact on female sexual function. He is a well-known speaker who is featured locally, nationally and internationally. He has published many articles in peer-reviewed journals and has been featured in many scientific journals and lay magazines. Dr Krychman is an active reviewer for the Journal of Sexual Medicine. He was the Scientific Chairman for the 2010 International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health annual educational meeting. He is an active member in good standing in North American Menopause (NAMS), International Society sexual Medicine (ISSM), European Society Sexual Medicine (ESSM), International Society Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH), American Society of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) and American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG). He was a member of the Standard Committee for ISSM and has been a guest professor at the ESSM Sexual Medicine Summer School in Oxford, England. He was the creator of the recent WISH Initiative (Women’ Initiative on Sexual Health: www.yourvoiceyourwish.com) and the 2013 recipient of the WISH Outstanding Achievement award given by the ISSWSH. He is also on the professional advisory board for the Patty Brisben Foundation.

Dr. Krychman’s has published 7 books including his most recent one: The Sexual Spark, 20 Essential Exercises to Reignite the Passion, 100 Questions & Answers for Women Living with Cancer: A Practical Guide to Female Cancer Survivorship has been recently published, 100 Questions and Answers about Women’s Sexual Wellness and Vitality and Breast cancer Sexuality, Sensuality and Intimacy. He has been featured on the Today show and in the New York Times and US News and World Report World Report, The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Health Magazine and many others. He was named one of Orange County Top Doctors for 2015 and 2016 in Menopause, Sexual Dysfunction and Vulvar Pain. In 2019 and again in 2020, he has been named an Orange County Physician of Excellence by Orange Coast Magazine in Survivorship, Sexual Medicine and Menopause.