Female Orgasm Archive

Is Blue Balls a Real Medical Condition?

blueballsIf you’ve experienced the pain known as blue balls, I’m sure you would agree it’s no fun.

Its official name is epididymal hypertension… at least that’s how a doctor would refer to it, so yes it is a real medical condition.

Basically, what happens is that when you get turned on, blood flows to your genitals causing them to enlarge.

Normally what’s suppose to happen is you ejaculate, causing the blood to leave the area immediately, and everything goes back to its original size and you go on happily with your day.

But the problem happens when you’ve been standing “at attention” for a long period of time and you don’t climax.

This causes extra blood to remain in your balls, putting pressure on them and causing the pain that we all know as blue balls.

While blue balls is not a serious medical condition it can be painful. Fortunately for us guys blue balls is pretty simple to get rid of. All you have to do is ejaculate.

So you may be wondering why I’m telling you all this… LOL

Well the thing is, women can actually get blue balls too.

Of course their balls are metaphorical, but a similar thing can happen to them.

If your woman doesn’t have an orgasm after arousal, the extra blood in her genitals can lead to what’s called vasocongestion, which causes an ache in the pelvic region and lower abdomen.

Yet another reason why it’s super-important to make sure you’re pleasing your woman with multiple orgasms.

One of the best ways to give your woman an orgasm is through G Spot stimulation.

The problem is so few men know how to properly stimulate the G Spot.

Lucky for you I have a video that I’ve made that shows you exactly how to stimulate your woman’s G Spot to give her that mind melting orgasm she craves.

To watch this video simply head over to my website, OrgasmArts.com

Oh and one more little tidbit of info about blue balls. The term “blue balls” was coined by an American doctor in 1916 referring to the blue tint that can appear when blood enters your ball sack.

Now you know…

And don’t forget to watch my G Spot stimulation video at OrgasmArts.com

Foria – The Cannabis Lube For Vaginas

Foria-cannabis lubeIt’s no secret that the legalization of cannabis here in the US is making huge headway.

In lots of states it’s legal for medical use, and in Washington, Alaska, and Colorado it’s already legal for recreational use.

IMHO, as time goes on, I think it’ll become legal nationwide, and heck… who knows… maybe even the world someday.

So I suppose it was only a matter of time until cannabis products designed specifically for use in the bedroom started hitting the market.

In fact, I just became aware of a cannabis vagina spray (yes, you read that right) called Foria that’s meant to be used as a “pre-lube” before you have sex.

According to the company that made it, it’s designed to enhance female pleasure.

If you’ve ever indulged in a toke or two before getting it on, I’m sure you can imagine the enhancements that they’re talking about.

According to their website, it’s made with all-natural coconut oil and purified, lab-tested cannabis oil from California-grown marijuana.

Studies have shown cannabis to be a great de-stresser.

And with stress being one of the No. 1 biggest killers of female orgasms, it could help in that regard. Not sure that it would help that much more than just smoking a joint beforehand, but hey, you never know.

Of course, to get your hands on it, you need to live in an area where cannabis is legal.

As of right now it appears it’s only being sold in California and Colorado.

Foria is currently available in a 10ml spray bottle that is supposed to be 10 servings for $44 and a 30ml spray bottle of 30 servings for $88.

There is a great article on Cosmo about a woman who tried it…

It’s certainly worth a read.

I’m not necessarily endorsing Foria, but if you decide to give it a try with your woman, let me know how it goes.

Of course, spray or not, the heavy lifting of getting your woman off is going to be done with your technique, not some magical vagina spray.

And for the techniques, I’ve got you covered.

Talk soon,
Jason Julius

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Your Two Options For Making A Woman Orgasm

Jason Julius from OrgasmArts.com here, and today we’re going to talk about how to make a woman orgasm.

Really you have two options when it comes to making the woman in your life have an orgasm.

You can either give her a clitoral orgasm or a vaginal orgasm.

A clitoral orgasm is the type of orgasm that the largest percentage of women are most familiar with because it’s often the type of orgasm they give themselves during masturbation.

A clitoral orgasm is achieved from either direct or indirect stimulation to the clitoris head with one’s finger or tongue. A clitoral orgasm is often described as more of a localized sensation rather than a full body type of orgasm.

Option two for giving a woman an orgasm is to give her a vaginal orgasm. The easiest way to give a woman a vaginal orgasm is to directly stimulate her G Spot with your finger.

The G Spot is located 1 to 2 inches inside the vagina along the front wall. You can give a woman a G Spot orgasm by stroking the G Spot using a come here motion with your index finger.

A G Spot orgasm is much more powerful than a clitoral orgasm and is often described as a full body orgasm experience and when done correctly can lead to a squirting orgasm which is one of the most powerful orgasms you can ever give a woman.

Female Squirting 101 – An Introduction To Female Ejaculation

Jason Julius, from OrgasmArts.com, here to talk to you today about female squirting.

Female squirting is also known as a female squirting orgasm, a female ejaculation orgasm, or a gushing orgasm.

A female squirting orgasm most often occurs from direct stimulation to a woman’s G Spot using a “come here” motion with one’s index finger, however it can also occur from other types of stimulation as well.

The time it takes for a woman to have a female squirting orgasm from G Spot stimulation can vary from woman to woman, with 30 minutes of stimulation being on the higher end.

When a woman has a squirting orgasm the fluid shoots out of her urethra in a similar way that a man will ejaculate semen out of his penis at the time of orgasm.

The fluid, that is known as female ejaculate fluid, comes from the Skene’s gland, otherwise known as the female prostate.

It even has a composition somewhat similar to the fluid generated in males by the male prostate gland.

Some women will expel a lot of fluid with great force, while others will just have a dribble.

When a woman is getting close to squirting she will experience a sensation similar to needing to empty her bladder, however it’s not the need to urinate she’s feeling. It’s actually the build up of female ejaculate fluid that she is experiencing.

At this point she needs to relax and “push it out”.

Once a woman learns how to ejaculate she can have multiple female ejaculation orgasms during one session.

I hope you enjoyed this video about female squirting.

Best Personal Lubricant – Lube Review

OK, you should know by now that whenever you stimulate your woman, whether it be her clitoris, her g-spot, a-spot, or any of her sensitive spots, you need to use lots of lube.

So, what’s the best lube to use?

Well, everyone is going to have their own personal preference, but I personally prefer 100% pure all natural grape seed oil.

Grape seed oil is not sold as a personal lubricant rather you can find it in most grocery stores in the cooking oils, however it works fantastic as a sexual lubricant.

It’s made by applying pressure to the seeds of grapes which then produces the oil.

Grape seed oil is very natural and contains a lot of vitamin E which is good for both her skin, and the inside of her vagina.

It is also the best massage oil, so you can start out with giving your woman a massage and blend the massage right into digital stimulation, which works great because her body and mind will already be relaxed.

Another great thing about Grape seed oil is that it lasts much longer than most other lubes, making it ideal for the type of direct stimulation techniques that I teach.

The only downside is that it’s not safe for use with condoms because it will weaken them.

If you’re going to be using a condom, you’ll need to use a water based lube. Something like astroglide.

One quick tip about water based lubricants is, use more than you think you need. I used to get frustrated with water based lubes because they always seemed to dry up or absorb too quickly. You’re going to need to use more than you would with grape seed oil, so just keep that in mind.

Of course, the entire reason for using lubricant is to make the experience of stimulating your woman to orgasm a pleasurable one.

A lot of guys make the mistake of thinking, “oh, she gets wet enough, I don’t need lubricant”. That’s a big mistake, because you are going to be applying firm pressure to areas with a lot of nerve endings. Even if it feels good to her during the stimulation, she may end of feeling soar later, so be sure to always use plenty of lube.

Of course, with all your lube you’re going to need a technique to go along with it.

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Squirting Orgasm Exercise [Video]

Transcript of video:

I’ve received a few questions from guys on Facebook and through the newsletter who are having success giving their wives and girlfriends “normal” orgasms, but they haven’t gotten her to squirt yet and they want to know why. The email usually goes something like this…

“Great stuff Jason! I’m giving my wife tons of orgasms by using your techniques, but I haven’t quite gotten her to soak the bed yet. Am i doing something wrong?”

It’s a good question and since a few people have been asking it, I thought I’d just create this video and answer it for everyone.

As you should know by now, getting a woman to orgasm is a two part road of leading both her body and her mind. Without one or the other you’re not going to have much success. There are also a few right ways and a lot of wrong ways to go about this, and is something I cover fully in The Female Orgasm Blueprint.

If you’re unsure what the heck I’m talking about, go through the first couple modules of the Blueprint and it’ll all make sense. You can get access here

To keep the common thread of the questions I’m going to assume you can already give her “normal” orgasms and are looking how to get her to squirt. Which by the way is pretty normal, you gotta walk before you can run.

In some cases she’s probably just not comfortable yet with squirting and soaking the sheets. And she’s actually working harder on holding back the orgasm than she is at letting it happen. In these cases you just need to keep assuring her that it’s okay and to just “push it out.”

In other cases she’s wanting it to happen, but it’s just not and she doesn’t know why. The reason is because she likely has weak pelvic floor muscles or PC muscles.

When a woman has weak pelvic floor muscles it can be much harder for her to reach orgasm and when she does, it doesn’t feel as powerful as it could, and she’s certainly not going to be able to squirt.

To strengthen her pelvic floor muscles she needs to perform Kegel Exercises. Which is the act of contracting and relaxing the muscles that form part of the pelvic floor. These muscles are also responsible for stopping and starting the flow of urine.

First she needs to locate the muscles so she knows which ones to “work out”. The easiest way for her to locate her PC muscles is the next time she’s using the restroom instruct her to stop the flow of urine and have her take notice which muscles she’s “squeezed”(these are her PC Muscles).

Now that she knows which muscles to squeeze she can move on to doing the exercises. The great thing about Kegel exercises is she can do them anywhere and no one will ever know.

Have her squeeze her PC muscles as hard as she can, then hold for 3 – 5 seconds, then release and relax for 5 seconds and repeat.

I recommend starting out with doing 3 sets of 10 reps (squeeze, hold, release) with a 2 minute rest in between sets.

She’ll want to do this 3 to 4 times a day.

As her PC muscles get stronger and stronger she’ll notice her orgasm getting more and more powerful and she’ll be soaking the bed in no time 😉

I would encourage everyone to share this post with their partners because not only are Kegel exercises great for improving her orgasm, they are also great at preventing various other health problems.

Talk Soon,

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Sherri Rose Interviews Jason Julius

I was recently interviewed by none other than Sherri “The Love Linguist” Rose and thought you’d enjoy listening to it! We talk about squirting O’s, B-Spots,honey love pots and a whole bunch of other crazy stuff. Just press the play button below and enjoy!

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How To Tighten and Strengthen Your Vagina for More Powerful Orgasms (For Women)

Women who want to experience better and more intense orgasms can do a simple daily exercise while sitting at the computer, brushing their teeth or even while walking to work.  These exercises are called Kegel Exercises.

Kegel exercises for women is an easy way to intensify the sexual experience. These exercises involve clenching the pelvic floor muscles, which are responsible for both the flow of urine, but also distinctly involved in achieving orgasm. In fact, some women report that the most pleasurable orgasms are those that evolve into a wave of concurrent contractions of these muscles – a tidal wave of pleasure.

The stronger these muscles are, the more powerful the orgasm. Conversely, if these muscles are weak, many women coud find they have more difficulty reaching orgasm.

Many gynecologists recommend women routinely start kegel exercises as they get older or if they have given birth because often the pelvic floor muscles weaken. This can also lead to embarrassing and inconvenient urine leakage.

The most common way to learn where the muscles are is for women to practice starting and stopping the flow of urine. These muscles are also the same ones someone would clench to suppress the expulsion of gas.

Once you locate and isolate these particular muscles, you’re ready to begin your exercises.

Kegel exercises can be done anytime, anywhere. The exercise itself involves contracting – or clenching – the muscles and holding the contraction for five seconds before releasing and relaxing for five seconds. Repeat this procedure ten times. Do this three to four times a day.

The hardest part is isolating the pelvic floor muscles and then the next hardest part is simply remembering to do the exercises daily. One easy way to remember to do the kegel exercises is to tie them into another daily routine. For instance, you can do them each time you brush your teeth (if you brush your teeth at least three times a day). Most of us eat three meals a day so you can incorporate the exercises into your meals in some way, maybe doing them before, during, or after you eat.

For a very small number of women, however doing Kegel exercises are difficult. In those extreme cases, doctor’s can help you learn how to do kegel exercises. The doctor can help you learn how to isolate the right muscles in the pelvic floor.

One method doctors use to help is biofeedback sessions that involve the insertion of a probe or electrodes on the outside that will measure how well you clench your muscles and whether you flexed the right ones. Another option is to have the doctor apply a harmless electrical current to the pelvic floor muscles that make them contract and create the sensation of buzzing so you can recognize the contraction when you try it on your own.

However, these are for extreme cases, most women master the exercises on the very first try. After about two months, they can expect to see results in the form of more powerful and intense orgasms, which benefits both her and her lover.

Strengthening your vaginal muscles is not only beneficial for you, but also for your partner too.  A stronger vagina means that you’re going to feel “tighter” to him and thus he will also feel greater sensation and more powerful orgasm.

Talk Soon,

Female Orgasm’s Number One Enemy


Yes, you heard me correctly. Stress in the number one factor that
will inhibit any woman’s ability to orgasm.

Hopefully you understand by now that leading a woman to orgasm
requires guiding BOTH her body (physical) and mind (mental) to
orgasm, however stress is like a poison that will prevent any
attempt at getting her to the blissful state of body shaking climax
that her body is craving.