How many types of orgasms do you know? Perhaps you did not know about the different types of vaginal orgasms. A woman’s body is extremely versatile. It can experience a myriad of orgasms at the same time. Transgender women have different yet surprisingly similar experiences to cis women, with a little room for experimentation. This article shares different types of orgasms you can experience with your partner. If you or your partner is a transgender woman in any way, your orgasms are different and pleasurable.
Penile Head Orgasm
It is crucial to understand where it all started. The glans penis in a man or the clitoris in a female body grows from the genital tubercle. Both grow from the same organ, thus are equally sensitive when stimulated.
Women are different, and so are their clits. Clitoral orgasms can be achieved in various ways. For certain women, they love it when the hood (foreskin) is rubbed gently on the clit, but there are also women who like a rough approach. Either way, you should communicate with your partner. A firmer approach can be quite painful, especially if you or your partner is sensitive.
The best way to experience penile head orgasm is to give soft, gentle touch with your tongue and lips. Also, take note of your partner’s body’s responses, her movements, and the noises she makes. It is also great to change tactics and surprise your partner with oral stimulation. Give varying approaches and intensity. This way, you will know what works and what does not. Alternatively, you can use a vibrator or your fingers to stimulate the clit.
The Vaginal Orgasm
A vaginal orgasm for a trans woman is more profound and pleasurable with vaginal wall contraction. Note vaginal orgasms take much longer to achieve than clitoral orgasms. In a pre-operative trans woman, the body of the penis is analogous to the vagina. Cis men cannot easily tell the difference between penile body orgasm and penile head orgasm, because both are usually stimulated together during intercourse, but try focusing on only the shaft and you might find that it’s a different and pleasurable experience!
The best way to increase vaginal pleasure is by stimulating the vaginal/shaft area through rhythmic hand motions. Communicate with your partner and experiment with each other’s bodies.
Both trans women and cis women can enjoy coronal orgasm. For a cisgender woman, u- spot is located between the vagina and the urethral opening. This erectile tissue is susceptible to stimulation and responds immediately even with the slightest touch.
For a trans woman, the u-spot is the corona of the penile head; it is located between the body of the penis and at the junction of the foreskin. A u-spot can be stimulated with a gentle touch of the finger or tongue, but this can be painful at times. In such a case, you can use some lubrication. The u-spot orgasm can sometimes merge with the clitoral orgasm.
Transgender women enjoy orgasms as much as any other women. If you are a trans woman, communicate with your partner and try to explore different sexual experiences to stimulate and enhance your sexual lives.