I saw some interesting stuff in a study that was linked to somewhere on here. The study had used MRI to observe the inner body reactions to sex (couples were fucking inside of MRI tube). One thing they charted was the female orgasmic response. Some women had no orgasm, some had orgasms, and some had "pre-orgasmic sensations", but did not fully reach orgasm. They also charted which couples reached complete/full penetration. There was no correlation in the results between couples who had full penetration and in which couples the woman had a full orgasm. So, my questions for the women on here is whether you recognize the "pre-orgasmic sensations" that were mentioned? What is usually needed to get from there to a full orgasm: more time, more rhythm, more pressure? I'm sure different women will feel things differently. Are you more successful orgasming (or coming to multiple orgasms after the first one) if the sensitive areas are stimulated in order: clitoris first, then shallower part of vagina ("g-spot"), then fornix (sometimes anterior fornix first in man-on-top, then posterior fornix via rear-entry)? This has led to some outstanding mutual orgasms for me and my female partners. Any thoughts would be welcomed.