This distinction began with the Viennese founder of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud (1856-1939), who stated that clitoral orgasms are purely an adolescent phenomenon and that upon reaching puberty, the proper response of mature women is a change-over to vaginal orgasms, meaning orgasms without any clitoral stimulation. [1] [2]

However, it's a fact that women of all age groups are more likely to climax by stimulation of the clitoral glans [CLITORIS] such as through masturbation, cunnilingus, with the help of sex toys or in certain sex positions. This was proven by Alfred Kinsey [HETEROSEXUALITY] and later by Masters & Johnson [CLITORIS]. [3] [4]

The new studies by the Australian doctor O'Connel [CLITORIS] show that the clitoris is distinctly bigger than its external parts. The region around the vaginal opening is surrounded by two legs of the clitoris. Besides, the G-Spot, a sensitive tissue situated near the female prostate and the urethra and the A-Spot, located near the uterus and cervix can be stimulated in order to achieve "vaginal orgasm". This is why it's not precisely detectable which of the mentioned orgasmic pleasure centers are responsible for a vaginal orgasm. [EXTERIOR VIEW] [INTERIOR VIEW] [5] [6] [7]

The distinction of clitoral and vaginal orgasm should not be relevant in sexuality. Each body is built differently and everyone has a distinct access to pleasure. So these differences can become part of the love play in order to discover new body regions and enjoy them, possibly as far as experiencing orgasm. [6]