Hey +Arielle Scarcella
! I appreciate these educational videos you make, but there are some concerning statements here:
1) To paraphrase you, "Those with a greater distance between their vagina and clitoris are less likely to orgasm".
- The C-V distance phenomenon. This has been shown to be the case DURING VAGINAL SEX, but from what I've read, it wasn't noted as the case IN GENERAL. Unless there's a study I missed.
2) To paraphrase you, "There's 4 types of orgasm: clitoral, vaginal, multiple, and blended", then later, "clitoral orgasm and vaginal orgasm are probably related".
-This topic is actually confusing as hell primarily because it's been discussed in different ways by different writers, all of them unclear about what they mean. The large majority of people, regardless of gender, experience orgasm as a whole body sensation with especially intense sensation in the head of their genitals. However, a small % of people, more females than males, will describe the especially intense sensation occurring somewhere other than the head of their genitals at least some of the times when they orgasm. These other places reported include in the vagina, in the body of the penis, in the anus, in the nipples, "emotionally", or some blend of these places. What's particularly confusing is people will assume having a "vaginal orgasm" means you had an orgasm through vaginal penetration, but the orgasm discussed here is of TYPE not BY WAY OF (e.g. you might orgasm solely through nipple stimulation alone, yet your orgasm might not be experienced in your nipples, but rather in the head of your genitals). Most people don't experience different types of orgasms so this might be especially difficult for them to understand.