Getting Off: Secrets from Women Who Found It Hard to Climax

Getting Off: Secrets from Women Who Found It Hard to Climax

 Just like breathing is vital in order to live, receiving an orgasm is a right that we all have. How great is it that we can give ourselves, and others, ultimate pleasure? As they say, the best things in life are free! 

Sadly, however, there are many women worldwide who find it extremely difficult to achieve orgasm. This could be for a number of different reasons, such as the inability to relax and get outside of their head, physical ailments, or the use of certain medications.

Whatever the reason, we wholeheartedly agree that all women should have the luxury of enjoying powerful orgasms. So, we’ve consulted what is arguably the Internet’s most popular online forum, Reddit, to learn about how women who find it hard to climax, finally get off!

Sometimes the sexiest thing in the world in a clear mind” – gcgould94

“I've discovered I need to read erotica while masturbating so my brain has something to focus on.” – caca_milis_

I didn't enjoy sex until my ex because he was my first consented partner who didn't pressure sex and he helped me appreciate and understand my body instead of loathing it. For me, sex is more than an act so in order to get enjoyment out of it I have to be interested with my mind, heart, and body” – anonymous

From my own personal experience, I've had a much much easier time when I masturbate less and when I stopped using intense vibrators. Now I tend to avoid putting any vibrator on my clit and I just use my fingers.” - panzershark

For me, pressing my clit against his public bone and grinding while he's inside me does it every time. I also indulge in the sexiest images/words/thoughts that float through my mind.” – requited_requisite 

“Know your body. What feels good? What doesn’t? Don’t be afraid to talk about it. Communication is important.” – Pantone877

“I was able to orgasm easier when I started doing core work, Pilates, and yoga-type exercise. Mostly the Pilates and core work. I all of a sudden, at the age of 40, could have them. When I stopped doing the Pilates and core work the ability stopped.” - ghoulishgirl

“Bullet vibes! They’re so small and discreet that they’re perfectly accessible for sex and easily handheld so you can use them during sex (just hold it to your clit and that’s it)!” - paulryansconscience

On top of these helpful tips and hints, here are a few cheeky sex toys that may just give you that toe-curling orgasm that you deserve.


Clitoral Stimulation Sex Toys

The Womanizer Premium is an intense clitoral massager that has twelve different levels of intensity. It uses its Pleasure Air Technology waves to stimulate the clitoris, and because it doesn’t directly touch the clitoris, it’s less intense yet holds a lot of power.

The Body Wand 2.0 massager is a new and improved version of the original wand massager and has a smooth head that feels luxurious against the skin. With its flexible head, it can stimulate those hard-to-reach places, and with its one-touch control and eight massage patterns, getting off has never been easier.


G-Spot Vibrators

The Courage G-Spot Vibrator by Zalo has a 360 rotating function, so if you fancy hitting one of the most pleasurable spots in the female anatomy, give this little number a spin.

The ISLA G-Spot Massager by LELO has been made with the female form in mind, contoured to perfection to reach that special place. It has six vibration modes and is 100 percent waterproof, perfect for some shower time fun.


Bullet Vibrators

For more discrete fun, the NU Sensuelle remote control bullet is one powerful toy in a petite package. It’s got a handheld remote with ten different vibration patterns and modern and sleek design.

The Chaiamo by Rocks Off is a beautiful and magical bullet-style vibrator with 10 different powerful vibration and pulsation levels. It’s tapered for maximum pleasure, and also 100 percent waterproof.

Well, it appears you have a bit of homework to do! But don’t worry, it’s the best kind of homework, so we hope you’ve been taking notes! But if you haven’t, don’t worry! Practical training is 100 percent allowed (and encouraged). Enjoy!



Article by:
Helena Lorimer, Sexual Health and Wellness Expert at JOUJOU

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