In the womb, fetuses start with the same genitals, which differentiate into either a penis or a vagina before birth. These original organs are called the genital fold and the urogenital fold. As the embryo develops, these organs either remain open and form the vagina or close and form the penis.
What this means is that the penis and vagina are analogous. They start as the same organ, and in MtF surgery, parts of the penis are turned into corresponding parts of the vagina. A transgender woman‘s post-op genitals are very similar to a cisgender woman’s genitals: transgender women can have a vagina, a clitoris, and labia. This means that she can be stimulated in these sensitive areas. She can be aroused and pleasured, and yes, she can have orgasms.
The v-area can be stimulated in a variety of ways – like using a sex toy, using fingers and hand plus the tongue. If you are a man and have a transgender mate, be assured your transgender partner can have an orgasm. You can use fingers and tongue together or a vibrator and fingers together. Try different combinations of stimulation, depending on what you and your partner enjoy. And don’t skip the foreplay! Foreplay is usually the first stage during sex, and women, including trans women, usually need foreplay to become aroused.
The best thing you can do to help your partner achieve orgasm is to use rhythmic hand movements and varying the pressure. Communication is essential in any relationship, especially during sex.
Did you know that a trans woman has a g-spot? She does, and that gives you more areas to use and bring her to orgasm. In the physiology of the female body, you can find the g-spot as part of the erectile tissue of the clitoral body as well as the vestigial secondary sex glands. This spot is one of the erogenous zones in a female body, and it is felt as a spongier part of the vaginal wall about 5 cm inside.
In a transgender woman who has undergone an operation, the g-spot can be reached through the vagina the same way as in a cis woman. Use your fingers, a sex toy, or your tongue to stimulate this spot and give her an earth-shattering orgasm.
If your transgender partner has not undergone the operation, the g-spot can be reached through the rectal wall. No need to be squeamish. In fact, this experience can bring you closer as a couple. Again, with the right stimulation and proper communication, you can give your transgender partner deep spreading orgasms.
Rest assured that transgender women can and do have an earth-shattering orgasm. With a little communication and experimentation, you can enjoy hot, sweaty, pleasurable and passionate sex with her.