I've been surfing for some time here and finally decided to surface from lurkdom to see if anyone can answer some of my questions. I'm aware of three types of vaginal orgasms discussed on various message boards I surf. G-Spot, Cul-de-sac and Epicenter. There may also be others that I'm unaware of - if so please tell me. I've also noticed I feel a very pleasurable spot approximately 3.5 - 4 inches in anally but have no idea what this area is called. Is there a female equivalent to a prostate? Is that why this particular spot feels good when I rub it with my 5 inch vibrator (vibe does double-duty until I get a job and get some spare cash to get real dildos, etc). Is there a physical sensory difference between these 3 different types of orgasms? i.e. Can you tell which one you're experiencing? Can you have them with a dildo or only with a partner? I ask because right now I have no partner so a dildo is my only option in my quest to become vaginally orgasmic - and hopefully multiply vaginally orgasmic. I think I almost had my first vaginal orgasm today except my fingers and hand started to go numb again. There's a spot further in that feels absolutely divine to hit with my vibe. Problem is every time I feel I'm about to peak my fingers go numb and I have to quit (It takes 30 minutes or more of forceful thumping to get that peaking sensation). :frown1: FYI, I've been treated over the years for carpel tunnel to the point of having to wear wrist splints and take time off from work to let my hands recouperate. When my fingers and hand go numb they go completely numb and take hours or even days to regain sensation. I'm thinking if I get a longer dildo - approximately 8 - 10 inches it will give me plenty of 'handle' sticking out so I could use my entire hand instead of relying only on my two fingers to provide the force needed for that feeling (and hopefully avoid my fingers and hand going numb). Assuming that's possible - how do I know which spot it is I'm hitting (cul-de-sac or epicenter or some other as yet unknown spot)? Do the orgasms they produce feel different? The only one I know it isn't is my g-spot since I've discovered that's only two inches in. I've never been able to ejaculate either. Does g-spot stimulation typically require intense constant pressure? Tapping pressure? No pressure, just rubbing instead? Or something else entirely? Also, I've been searching the web for a program that might allow me to shorten the depth of my vaginal track - kinda the flip side to guys doing PE. Is there anything a woman can do to shorten it up (exercises, etc) - even if the gain is only temporary? Or am I stuck with the depth I have now? My apologies if these questions have already been answered. I searched the topics but couldn't really find anything that quite addressed my questions.