The G-spot orgasm is described as a natural phenomenon of immense bliss. It can be deeper, different, more satisfying and intensive than any other feeling. It is often felt as an intensive warmth that comes from ones deepest inner layers, spreading throughout the whole body. As the G-spot becomes stimulated, the woman might feel slight contractions of the uterus that will become stronger until an orgasm is reached. Some women “ejaculate” at this point. It is a clear, odour-free liquid which squirts out in rhythmical contractions, but the liquid comes from the urethra and is not the same as the liquid which comes from the vaginal walls when a woman is highly excited and has an orgasm.
As to be expected there is a great variety in how women may enjoy the G-spot stimulation. It can be compared to the different ways in which women experience having their breasts and nipples stimulated. Some don’t like it much at all, some may have orgasms only from nipple stimulation.
G-spot orgasms will press the uterus down towards the vagina. The entrance of the vagina opens and there is a general feeling of downwards-directed pressure. As a result of G-spot stimulation women often have multiple orgasms. The more a woman becomes aware of and focuses on the G-spot as part of the sexual reaction, the more it awakens.
Clitoral induced orgasms pull the uterus upwards, so that the interior part of it is formed like a balloon and there are contractions in the lower third part of the vagina.
Women have reported G-spot induced orgasms as deeper localised whereas clitoris induced orgasms are localised in the genital area.
The value of these distinctions is questionable but we explain them as you sooner or later come across the conceptions. Even Dr. Perry and Dr. Whipple think orgasms in general are so-called blended, where clitoris and the anterior wall of the vagina and other parts of the body have been stimulated.