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You Can Spot Orgasmic Woman by Her Walk

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Women who are able to experience vaginal orgasm have a distinctive way of walking, a new study says.

Trained sexologists at the University of the West of Scotland together with scientists from Belgium conducted a study, involving 16 female university students and found a connection between women's ability to orgasm and their gait.

Scientists analyzed the questionnaires on sexual behavior completed by the participants and then videotaped those women from the distance to observe the way they walk.

The video records were then evaluated by professors of sexology and research assistants educated in the functional-sexological approach to sexology, who did not know about the participants' sexual history.

The findings of the study showed that qualified sexologists were able to distinguish a woman, who is capable of achieving orgasm through vaginal penetration simply by watching over the way she walks in four out of five instances. It was discovered that vaginally orgasmic women have greater sum of step length and vertebral rotation.

"This could reflect the free, unblocked energetic flow from the legs through the pelvis to the spine," the researchers concluded.

The results of the study could mean that some women are anatomically predisposed to experience vaginal orgasm, while others will confine themselves to clitoral orgasm. "Blocked pelvic muscles, which might be associated with psychosexual impairments, could both impair vaginal orgasmic response and gait," Stuart Brody, the leading author of the study suggested.

It may also be explained by the fact that women who are able to experience vaginal orgasm are more confident and this will be seen through their walk. Given the fact, that orgasm resulting from vaginal intercourse is often linked to better relationships, this may also contribute to woman's self-assurance. The study also mentioned that vaginal orgasm is linked to better mental health, reports EurekAlert.

Researchers said that association between muscle restraint and sexual function might be helpful in treatment of sexual dysfunction. Women who have sexual difficulties can learn to achieve orgasm, by training certain movements, and include more breathing and muscle training.

"Although small, this study highlights the potential for multiple therapies such as expressive arts therapy incorporating movement and physical therapy focusing on the pelvic floor", experts say.

The study is published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine.

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6 votes

//25 Jul 06, 2012 06:13 AM | posted by: robbyyxly@yahoo.com
Vdery enlightening, intereting to learn aout, this makes me mch more pbservant, to know thw ways of women too
6 votes

//24 Mar 09, 2012 07:54 PM | posted by: Unknown
WOMEN HAVE CLITORAL AS WELL AS VAGINAL ORGASAM.MAN SHOULD BE ABLE TO AROUSE TO ORGASAM STATE FOR CLITORAL AND VAGINAL ORGASAM BY PENIS PENETRATION,PENIS MOVEMENTS,STRONG THRUSTS, BY RUBBING UPPER VAGINAL WALL OR DEEP THRUSTS IN SITTING POSE OR HORSE RIDING POSE AND MINIMUM ONE HOUR OR MORE LENGTHY INTERCOURSE HAVING FULL COOPERATION OF FEMALE PARTNER AND CONFIDENCE AND OPENNESS BY EXPERIENCE. ROME CANNOT BE BUILT IN A DAY. SLOW AND STEADY WINS THE RACE. I EXPERIENCED AFTER 22 YEARS WITH PORNO MOVIE ON FOR 3 HOURS AND MY LADY DEMANDING MORE AND MORE BIG AND STRONG COCK AND STRONG THRUSTS AND MANUAL STIMULATION WITH FINGURES AND MOUTH SUCKING. GOOD LUCK.
8 votes

//23 Jun 27, 2011 03:37 PM | posted by: Ld0fJKRZ
Never marry a woman who cannot have a vaginal orgasm. After marriage she will no longer have any reason to have sex and you will have a sexless marriage.
7 votes

//22 May 14, 2011 10:30 AM | posted by: _e_BVEg
//16,this is to "sea lion"..are you just stupid? you're really going to sit there and say that clitoral orgasms are a "feminist myth"? that's bull. you've obviously never had a lover, or at least not one that cared enough about you to show you love in that way. whatever, you have no idea what you're talking about.
10 votes

//21 May 02, 2011 07:46 PM | posted by: NYC_Chic
I'm a woman. I've had vaginal orgasms. Lauren, I don't know what makes you the lord overseer of women's bodies but sheesh, stfu and go get laid, you windbag. You never know, you might actually cum this time!!!
13 votes

//20 Nov 07, 2010 02:36 PM | posted by: thefone [InfoKID]
Firstly, THANK YOU to the many who shed light on what was otherwise almost a total waste of time reading this article. Btw Dave, here, here!

Secondly, from my humble knowledge of the subject...

I know many women from all walks of life (as I'm sure most of us do), confident, shy, dancers, overweight slobs ....
Of these women I know, very few have NOT experienced an orgasm of any kind. A much larger proportion can or have only achieve a clitoral orgasm. But certainly, a large percentage (and from information passed on by other women about their friends) achieve orgasms via intercourse and vaginal penetration and or anal penetration regardless of their gait, flexibility and or sexual confidence. Not to mention (but I will) multiple orgasms, orgasming within 30 seconds or sometimes taking up to 30 minutes to reach orgasm, etc, etc, etc.

So I completely refuse to accept that this "study" (if you can call it that) helps people tell if a woman is "orgasmic" based on the way they walk. It's a complete crock of sht.

What if they studied A group of catwalk models?

They might have said they have vaginal orgasms because they assumed it might land them a job somewhere? I know, I know - getting a little shallow in my assessment of people in that industry but I also have knowledge of this too.
We would have to suggest that all catwalk models (for example) are "Orgasmic"? I mean ffs.

Yes agreed, kegel / pelvic floor exercises would help facilitate circulation and the stimulation of the G-spot... But my guess is, just a little.

Achieving orgasms is even more so about the emotional / psychological stimulation than it is the physical / mechanical. But the two surely must go hand-in-hand so to speak.

We are all wired differently, psychologically and physically so there is no right or wrong combination for reaching orgasm or conclusion to be drawn based on a pathetic sample space like this study.

I guess finally all that is left to say is, I know both men and women who have not experienced orgasm at all. But if people want to say they had a clitoral, G, A, D, U, J, 3, Squirting, Z or an N-the-the-power-of-69-spot orgasm... LET THEM!

Just don't deny them that right, or the fact that something exists purely because you have not experienced it.

...Or claim you can tell they can or can't, based on the way they walk.




lol and cheers.
11 votes

//19 Sep 28, 2010 09:19 PM | posted by: poi
I didn't know there are kinds of female orgasms until recently. I watched a video clip where a woman was stimulated on her G-spot and she got an intense orgasm in two minutes!

I learned:

1. Vaginal orgasms do exist, achieved by stimulating the G-spot, which will usually only work IF AND ONLY IF the woman has got enough sexual arousal, or the A-spot (or the deep spot), which will work even without sexual arousal. One way to prepare the G-spot for stimulation is by having a clitoral orgasm first.

2. It takes quite an intense pressure to the vaginal walls to cause a vaginal orgasm, which is not effectively achieved by in-and-out movements, unless the penis is thick enough. So the strategy is to have upward-angled in-out penetration movements towards the G-spot, usually with shallow penetration. For deep penetration, apply rotational movement or up-down movement with little or without in-out movements to stimulate the A-spot. Remember to apply enough pressure to the walls where the spots are.

3. Usually it takes time for G-spot vaginal orgasms to build up. The G-spot will bulge out with time, along with escalation of pleasurable sensation. The sensation will be greater near the orgasm.

4. Vaginal orgasms are basically less caused by the nerves, whereas clitoral orgasms are basically more. I believe vaginal orgasms are more hormonal, caused by secretes of hormones by the glands around the spots, which then will effect moods and feelings (satisfaction) more than the clitoral ones. Clitoral orgasms might feel more intense on women with more sensitive nervous system, i.e. those who are easily tickled, and usually feel more "local."

5. Female ejaculations do exist, it comes out through the urethra, not from the vagina. It is not urine, however, but a different kind of liquid secreted by the Skene's gland, or female prostate, located around the G-spot, to the bladder first, and then out from the urethra. It does feel like an urge to urinate during the vaginal orgasms, but although it is not urine, it does wet the bed, so be prepared. Female ejaculations usually can only be achieved during vaginal orgasms.

6. Anal orgasms are basically A-spot orgasms, but the posterior A-spot (or fornix) is stimulated from the back door.

7. Yes, the clitoris extends deeper, around the outer (shallow) walls of the vagina, and stimulation on this part can cause an orgasm. It is, however, basically a clitoral orgasm.

Now, you have two options, to deny everything that I've written, OR you can try them out. And maybe, just maybe, you will find out that vaginal orgasms DO EXIST!
9 votes

//18 Sep 25, 2010 12:05 AM | posted by: zvalentia
the "G-spot" is just your bladder, vaginal orgasms happen because something is putting pressure on your bladder, this is all just hyped up propoganda
9 votes

//17 Sep 25, 2010 12:02 AM | posted by: smart-one
Ok, vaginal orgasms do exist, but they're just the phenomenon of something pushing against your bladder. Next time you need to pee really badly, squeeze your abdomen a little bit and you'll feel an "orgasmic" sensation at the tip of your urethra. Needing to pee and the vaginal orgasm are the same thing, and even if your bladder is empty, you can still feel this sensation, you just need something inside your vagina to do so.
12 votes

//16 Jun 30, 2010 12:36 AM | posted by: sea lion
Actually all orgasm are vaginal ones. Clitoral is a feminist myth, the symbol of self-hatred, misandry and ignorance. All women can come during intercourse with penetration alone, only feminists hate this fact because they hate themselves and men as well and they want to castrate men and infibulate women with this clitoris-crap. G-spot, U-spot and A spot do exist. The clitoris is actually a functionless part of the vaginal wall and it not only doesn't need stimulation, but it's painful when it's touched.
Women with vaginal orgasms DO HAVE BETTER MENTAL HEALTH, and men will always opt for them. And there's no such thing as a faked orgasm, a vaginal orgasm cannot be mistaken for anything else. Feminists are just jealous of it, but still they don't have the right to call US WOMEN liars.
End of story
12 votes

//15 Jun 18, 2010 05:54 PM | posted by: JULIETTE
WELL IT DOES EXIST. OKAY WHAT DO YOU CALL THAT JERKING AND SHIVERING WHEN YOU HAVE CLIMAXED.OF COURSE ITS ORGASM!!!!!!!!!!!
12 votes

//14 Jun 11, 2010 08:35 PM | posted by: Terrence
i especially love the first comment. thanks for the explanation. a 53yr old guy.
12 votes

//13 Mar 25, 2010 02:30 AM | posted by: nulligravida
Vaginal orgasm does exist, and yes, G and A spot orgasms are different. An A spot orgasm can last for minutes. For a woman, like I am, orgasm and intercourse are sinonyms. As for millions of women. It depends 100% on the woman if she experiences it or she doesn't.
It is just sour grapes for those who try to deny it. Who deny it are either worthless, impotent men who cannot make a woman come during sex, or frigid, immature feminists who had at most 2 partners as immature as they were.
Clitoris is an overestimated thing, grown up women don't pay attention to them. They just cum during intercourse, without forplay. And real men know it.
If you have a penis and never experienced a woman's vaginal orgasm while being in her, you have never been with a woman, just with a whore. Only feminists want to ban real female orgasms, because they don't have one. Only vaginal orgasms give satisfaction, and CLITORAL NO, THANKS!
12 votes

//12 Feb 04, 2010 03:51 PM | posted by: EREA
Ok, I wouldn't say I think there are 2 different orgasms, as it seems there are a lot of people who believe the clitoris extends through to be accessed via the vaginal wall. What I will share is that looking for information on this topic I came across a YouTube (?!) demonstration on how to achieve the so called Gspot orgasm, which I of course experimented with and was very excited to find I had an orgasm first time within a couple of minutes following the directions (actually, while watching the video). It was very direct and to the point info and I am yet to try it out with another person involved/present, but I am so so happy I've finally DONE it some way other than clitorally and I plan to 'practice' by myself the fingering plus the bearing down I have read a bit about (I found pushing/clenching in waves helped).
here is the video link, plus words to put in to youtube if the link doesnt work. The video you see is of a gloved hand with a wood table top background. Honestly, this has changed my thinking completely on whats possible for me now. (due to the topic, youtube will ask you to set up an account, took me 1 minute).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5ivkikPtjo OR type

Female orgasm | G spot | female ejaculation | squirting | Demonstration into YouTube search.
good luck!
15 votes

//11 Jan 06, 2010 09:54 PM | posted by: Unknown
I am infuriated by women claiming vaginal orgasms don't happen just because they don't happen to them. How dare you accuse women who do come vaginally of lying, or whatever you think you are doing. I have vaginal orgasms, they are definitely more rare than clitoral ones and only started happening when I was in my early thirties but they do happen and yes, they are better. By saying they don't you are just further repressing women's full sexuality. It is outrageous and wrong.
15 votes

//10 Nov 08, 2009 01:15 PM | posted by: Kient
I dontthink it has anything to do with science I think it just different strokes for different folks
14 votes

//9 Oct 10, 2009 03:29 AM | posted by: 300047
There is a such thing as g-spot orgasm. I have them all the time. I also have vaginal orgasms without g-spot stimulation. the only difference is that clitoral orgasms happen faster. Maybe if women had some more patience with their own bodies they could achieve and enjoy all the different ways to come.
21 votes

//8 May 21, 2009 04:28 AM | posted by: 1242871625872
because 16 women is a scientific study. That is what is wrong with this country. We are allowing small samplings of people and the lack of the true scientific method to replace actual science. Next up, I observed 1 dude peeing against a wall......All men pee against walls!
14 votes

//7 May 20, 2009 01:31 PM | posted by: Jay
So I supposed when woment have squirting orgasms from anal stimulation they're... faking?

I know it might be a little difficult to find literature on the D and A vaginal spots but talking like you know everything and ignoring other findings is really counterproductive.

Instead of being a result of a woman's confidence I believe they're stating that opening up of the inner thigh and stretching of all the muscles as a result of the longer strides is what helps women have vaginal orgasms.

It would be contributed to better blood flow, causing more sensitivity. The longer strides would be a result of a confident woman, hence confident women have better orgasms.

Also vaginal orgasms are normally much more powerful than clitoral orgasms, though both can cause full body reactions vaginal orgasms feel "deeper" and are usually much more satisfying. If you are unable to have vaginal orgasms or have low sensitivity I would suggest doing stretches or other exercises to work the inner thigh area. Some types of yoga provide excellent stretching and workouts, as well as doing kegel exercises would be the icing on the cake so to speak. Though the stretching is most important and inner thigh workout is a close second.

Have a nice day
14 votes

//6 Feb 26, 2009 02:45 AM | posted by: jenny
I agree. This is Freud stepping out of the dark and really, we don't want him back. I am a woman who can climax both ways. I personally prefer clitoral as it's more intense. Also, as I see it the vaginal orgasm is in fact clitoral (as mentioned above) the only difference being that the sensation, which spreads aroundabout where people claim there is a g-spot, is a lot less powerful. For that reason I often opt for clitoral during intercourse. I wish people would stop being so silly.
18 votes

//5 Jan 31, 2009 07:07 PM | posted by: snsuresh [InfoWILD]
. There is no such thing as a vaginal orgasm. None. Nada. Doesn't exist. Clitoral orgasms, while they can sometimes be acheived THROUGH vaginal stimulation, are all there is. I really thought people understood this by now! VAGINAL ORGASMS DON'T EXIST.

2. The wording in the article (most notably the title) is repeatedly equating a woman's ability to be "orgasmic" with her ability to orgasm through vaginal stimulation, thus making the suggestiong that only vaginal stimulation based orgasms are "real" or legitimate. Have we reverted to the 1950s, here?

3. A study of 16 people is NOT SCIENTIFICALLY SOUND! Such a tiny sample size is not statistically significant in any way, in any type of study.

4. All the crap about vaginal orgasm being related to women's confidence is standard shaming, trying to shift responsibility and guilt to women for the fact that we might not automatically get off from penetrative intercourse. This goes straight back to Freud, but is based in really crappy science. Here's why:

Vaginal-stimulation based orgasms happen (for some women) because of G-spot stimulation. The G-spot is the cluster of nerves in a woman which, in a man, become the prostate gland. Some men can also orgasm from prostate stimulation, but we don't have a set of standards for men suggesting that prostate orgasms are somehow preferable or "normal" or "mature."
13 votes

//4 Nov 23, 2008 09:19 PM | posted by: Unknown
Exacto.
10 votes

//3 Nov 03, 2008 05:10 PM | posted by: Dave
I disagree as many women I've been with have multiple orgasms without clitoral stimulation. My fiance for instance doesn't like it when I rub her clit because she says she can't orgasm that way, so it just feels good but goes nowhere and frustrates her. Vaginally though, she will have many orgasms at any angle that we have sex.
13 votes

//2 Oct 12, 2008 02:44 PM | posted by: enzo
It is not a scientific study! Vaginal orgasm and G-spot don’t exist: Sexologists should spread certainties for all women not hypotheses without scientific bases and it is possible stimulate the clitoris during the vaginal intercourse with fingers always (also during first time). See video in it.youtube.com/ newsexology
15 votes

//1 Sep 07, 2008 07:47 AM | posted by: Lauren
This is such complete bullcrap.

1. There is no such thing as a vaginal orgasm. None. Nada. Doesn't exist. Clitoral orgasms, while they can sometimes be acheived THROUGH vaginal stimulation, are all there is. I really thought people understood this by now! VAGINAL ORGASMS DON'T EXIST.

2. The wording in the article (most notably the title) is repeatedly equating a woman's ability to be "orgasmic" with her ability to orgasm through vaginal stimulation, thus making the suggestiong that only vaginal stimulation based orgasms are "real" or legitimate. Have we reverted to the 1950s, here?

3. A study of 16 people is NOT SCIENTIFICALLY SOUND! Such a tiny sample size is not statistically significant in any way, in any type of study.

4. All the crap about vaginal orgasm being related to women's confidence is standard shaming, trying to shift responsibility and guilt to women for the fact that we might not automatically get off from penetrative intercourse. This goes straight back to Freud, but is based in really crappy science. Here's why:

Vaginal-stimulation based orgasms happen (for some women) because of G-spot stimulation. The G-spot is the cluster of nerves in a woman which, in a man, become the prostate gland. Some men can also orgasm from prostate stimulation, but we don't have a set of standards for men suggesting that prostate orgasms are somehow preferable or "normal" or "mature."

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