Nearly all women find that the clitoris is the main orgasmic hot spot on the female body. The clitoris can be stimulated with direct pressure or with indirect pressure that comes as a result of the pelvic squeezing and grinding that usually comes with sex. As a woman becomes more aroused, her clitoris swells and retreats from under its hood. This swelling continues until orgasm is imminent, at which point the clitoris will retreat back under the hood to avoid injuring this overly sensitive area. At that point, the clitoris and the rest of the woman's vulva begin to contract, frequently leading to all over body spasms. If light stimulation is used after an initial clitoral orgasm, many women can experience multiple orgasms.
In order to understand what a g-spot orgasm is all about, it's important for you to understand what the g-spot is. To make matters simple, the g-spot is basically an extension of the clitoris. The tiny little nub of pleasure that we tend to give the most attention is the proverbial tip of the iceberg. A woman's clitoris actually extends about four inches into the body and it breaks off into a wishbone at the urethra. This connecting spot is known as the g-spot. When a woman has a g-spot orgasm, it is typically more intense than any other kind of orgasm. The best way to explain this phenomenon is to say that a g-spot orgasm is like receiving two orgasms – clitoral and vaginal – in one.
The subject of whether or not anal orgasms exist is still up for debate. However, the women who can experience anal orgasms would beg to differ. A large part of the orgasmic process has to do with mental stimulation. When a woman becomes physically and mentally aroused, her sexual organs and her anus swell and contract. If a woman is being anally stimulated at this time, it is quite possible for her to have an anal orgasm. Of course, most women also require other types of stimulation at the same time, so anal orgasms are typically a happy side effect of sexually stimulating combinations.