Real Orgasms – What are they?
Real orgasms are the orgasms you’d see if your girlfriend or wife was to masturbate in front you, or ride you cowgirl style and grind herself to a mindshattering orgasm. There is so much porn out there showing fake orgasms – and the worst thing is they think we can’t tell! Real orgasms are a beautiful thing, and nothing, I repeat, nothing, is as sexy as watching a woman get herself off.
How do you tell a Real Orgasm?
There are a number of telltale signs you can use to tell if an orgasm is real. Of course, every woman is unique, and their orgasms are all a little bit different, but generally, unless you have an extremely easily orgasmic woman on your hands, these are some general signs that she is having a real orgasm:
Unlike men, most women find it difficult to orgasm. It takes longer and requires a little more concentration than most men. She’ll need to relax, take her time, and focus on the pleasurable sensations – if she rubs her clit or g-spot a few times and cums in seconds, it’s pretty unlikely it’s real – unless she is easily orgasmic or really really turned on.
Still video image from ifeelmyself.com
Breathing, heart rate, moaning, and other involuntary responses
If she is really aroused and her orgasm is real, her breathing will get heavier, her heartrate will increase, her moans will be involuntary gasps (not load moans or lots of talking), her body will arch, her face will contort, and she may shudder with delight. The key word here is ‘involuntary’ – it his hard to generalise on physical reactions – but if the response is something she can’t control (as opposed to a forced reaction) – then chances are she is well on her way to a completely authentic, 100% real orgasm. She might be able to mutter a quick “I’m gonna cum” or “yes yes”, but anything much more is a sign she’s not experiencing a real orgasm.
Example of involuntary orgasm responses, thanks to Beautiful Agony
This might be a little hard to see in lots of porn videos featuring real orgasms, but enlarged pupils is a sign her orgasm is real.
Red lips, both on the mouth and on the pussy
During arousal, both sets of lips engorge and full with blood, and may turn a redder shade than normal. This is why of course red lipstick is so popular!
Vaginal mucsle spasms
Another involuntary reaction is the contraction of her vaginal muscles. This again a little hard to tell on porn videos, but the speculum orgasm videos at Female Orgasm World show these orgasmic vaginal contractions very clearly!
Still video image from ifeelmyself.com
During arousal and a real orgasm, her nipples will get hard (click here for some videos demonstrating erect nipples during orgasm) . This is virtually impossible to fake, and erect nipples almost guarantee she is turned on.
The ‘real orgasm’ flush
During a real orgasm, it is likely her face and chest will flush as the blood rushs to her head. This occurs more noticeably on some women than others, but it something to watch out for.
Play Video Trailer of examples of girls having real orgasms
Squirting (though not always)
Only 35% to 50% of women have experienced some form of female ejaculation at orgasm – and not every time. So this isn’t a guaranteed way of telling if an orgasm is geniune (as it can be real with no squirting), but if there is squirting, it is almost certain to be a real orgasm. Some porn stars fake this by peeing instead of squirting however, so it’s not always a guarantee it’s a real orgasm.
The comedown after the orgasm is one surefire way of telling if an orgasm was real. After an orgasm, she’s going to want a few moments to lie in bliss and enjoy herself. Her clitoris will become sensitive, so extra stimuation will become ticklish or irritating rather than arousing, and she might be giggly. If she shows minimal reaction and is up out of bed and on to the next thing, it’s unlikely it was a real orgasm. A real orgasm is of course a intensely pleasurely experience, and the afterglow is another involuntary response to look for.
- The Science of Female Orgasms2012-01-14 03:12:19In the past, the subject of female orgasm had a shroud of mystery, if not taboo, surrounding it. However, with society becoming more permissive in regards to sex, more women and men are interested in the concept and execution of the female orgasm. While some will argue that orgasm is an art, there is undeniably a science behind this sensation, and understanding this science may shed some light on how to pursue the sometimes-elusive orgasm for women.
What Happens During a Female Orgasm?
It is common knowledge what a male orgasm involves. It is a visible physical reaction to sexual stimulation. One of the biggest differences between the male and female climax is that for males, it is required for procreation. Orgasm for women is strictly for enjoyment. Reproduction can occur during sex, which the woman never reaches orgasm. Perhaps because of this reason, the female orgasm is vastly different from one woman to another, with some women unsure if they have ever achieved this physical sensation.
Some women will feel the effects of an orgasm throughout her entire body, while others may only feel a pleasurable sensation in her clitoral area. This is not an inclusive list, but some of the effects that women feel during an orgasm include stimulation in clitoris, increased heart rate, heavy breathing, a sensation of tension building in the pelvis, eventually leading to a series of muscle contractions throughout the body but centered in the vagina, uterus, rectum and pelvis. During and after the orgasm, the woman feels a release of tension, mostly due to the chemical effects in the body.
Chemical Effects of an Orgasm
Why is female orgasm so important? Well, there are reasons other than the obvious. The chemical most often associated with the female orgasm is oxytocin. Often called the “hormone of love,” oxytocin has an important part in nearly every stage of sexual reproduction. The body releases this hormone in its most concentrated form during childbirth, but smaller bursts occur during an orgasm. So, why is oxytocin so important? This chemical greatly influences the human’s ability to bond and feel comfort. So quite often, the human desire for orgasm is not only a physical craving, but also the mind’s way of attempting increase the amount of oxytocin in the body.
Scientific Pursuit of the Female Orgasm
The first thing that many wonder, concerning female orgasm, is if it is possible for every woman to achieve one. The common answer among scientists is that yes, every female, barring certain medical problems, should be able to achieve an orgasm in the right situation. Just because this is possible, does not mean that every woman will experience them. Many things that affect a woman’s ability to have an orgasm, and by looking at them scientifically, it may be easier to help a woman achieve this lofty goal.
If a woman has never experienced an orgasm at all, it is generally easier to achieve through direct contact rather than through intercourse. This is because it is easier for the clitoris to get the intense stimulation that is required by some women.
Types of Orgasms
The concept of different forms of orgasm is a major debate in the scientific community. Sigmund Freud first suggested there were two different forms of orgasm, while Alfred Kinsey disagreed. There are researchers who think that orgasms can come in up to a dozen different forms. However, those who believe there are different forms of orgasms generally put them into two categories: clitoral and vaginal.
Many researchers believe the clitoral orgasms are easier to achieve but less intense than vaginal orgasms. The orgasm that many women experience through masturbation or the use of toys is generally thought to be a clitoral orgasm. Vaginal orgasms, or those that are achieved through intercourse, are often more difficult. Some consider the G-spot, a mysterious area just inside the vagina, a must to achieving this vaginal orgasm. Many of the other female orgasm forms that researchers have considered are normally just a combination of these two types, possibly with certain added effects, like female ejaculation.
While achieving an orgasm is the main goal of sex for some, and a seemingly unreachable goal for others, it is no more than a scientific process. Learning about why the female orgasm exists, and how the process works is not necessary knowledge for everyone. However, if those who want to make the female orgasm a reality for themselves or their partners may get some insight into new techniques by researching further into what a climax is and how it works. Those who are lucky enough to have an open communication about such matters with their partners will be more likely to find enjoyment in all aspects of their sexual life, not just during “the big O.”
- Orgasmic massage2011-07-17 03:43:53This gorgeous video features French model Amandine receiving an intimate pussy massage. Amandine is taken on a journey of ecstasy by a topless masseuse, experiencing an involuntary and 100% real orgasm! After the massage, Amandine frankly discusses the experience of receiving an orgasm from another female. She chats about her own sex life and, unable to contain herself, masturbates to orgasm again! See more at Hegre Art - which has awesome erotic massage videos (including orgasms), and great videos of really really beautiful girls having real orgasms...
- Documentary about real orgasm website Beautiful Agony2011-03-23 01:45:18This is a great documentary on the story behind the real orgasm website Beautiful Agony.
It's a beautifully shot doco and as well as analyzing the artistic merits of 'self portrait orgasms', the writer and director of the film creates her very own personal orgasmic Beautiful Agony moment.
[Unfortunately this great video has now been removed from youtube - bummer! But the quotes below give you a taster of it]
Here's what a couple of key people in the video had to say:
Lauren Olney - BA Co-Creator:
“Beautiful Agony is dedicated completely to orgasm. Some would say pornographic, others say art – it’s a little bit blurred and it’s hard to define. It’s just faces – real people, experiencing real orgasm. Our oldest contributor would be in her 70’s – youngest would be 18. There’s no one type of person that submits – make, female, transgender, bi, straight, gay – everything under the sun is in agony.
This all started in 2004 with just one friend and now I’ve got close to 2000 submissions nearly 6 years later. People are given a voice and they are able to talk about their experience of doing the project and their sexual history, their background.
As for location and set up, that’s completely up to the person that’s submitting. Some people just lay down and just go for it, and other people really think about the aesthetics. I want to see how people honestly go about doing their thing – it’s very important. I like to be able to give them the space to explore themselves. It’s such a surprise having this footage come back and it’s a little piece of them inside of that.”
Director Adele Wilkes:
“Questioning strangers about the details of the private lives created a fleeting familiarity between us. Off camera, people would often be curious about my own experiences – or looking for advice. Sometimes they’d ask me if I’d made one of these films of myself. The truth is, I feel uneasy when I’m being recorded, so I’ve always stayed behind the camera. I began to wonder what it would be like to share one of your most intimate experiences with an audience you may never meet. So I’ve decided to attempt a recording of my own Beautiful Agony. It’s a personal experiment. And a dedication to all those who have come before me.”
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