We all know the word orgasm, but how do we actually make one happen?!

Reaching “The Big O” can be like trying to find a mythical Unicorn. 


It can be frustrating to feel like you might be missing out on this otherworldly experience, but you’re not alone!

70% of women say that they can’t climax from penetrative sex alone. 

So what can you do about it…?


To find out, listen to my latest podcast episode where I explain the anatomy of the clitoris and the role it plays in vaginal orgasms, how certain medications can make it harder for you to climax, and the easiest way to make sure you get off every time!



I’ll answer these common questions in this episode of The ME Spot Podcast…

-What is the G-spot?

-Is an orgasm the same thing as climaxing?

-Why can’t I climax on antidepressants?

-Is it normal if I can’t have a vaginal orgasm?

-What is the difference between a clitoral and vaginal orgasm?


“Putting pressure on yourself to climax is going to make it that much harder to get there. The best thing to do is enjoy the ride, not focus on the destination.”


You will learn…

-The French term for orgasm and what it means

-How certain medications can impact your ability to have an orgasm

-The best way to reach climax during sex

-The anatomy of the clitoris and the role it plays in vaginal orgasms

-Why many women have trouble climaxing during penetrative sex


Remember these takeaways…

  1. There’s nothing wrong with you if you can’t have an orgasm from penetrative sex! In fact, you’re in the majority so don’t stress.
  2. Don’t forget that medications can play a huge part in your sexual satisfaction. Antidepressants especially can make it difficult for many women to climax.
  3. In case you didn’t know, the G-Spot is a myth, ladies!! It doesn’t exist! All those good feelings come from the clitoris and its extended nerve endings.
  4. Climax and orgasm are two different things. Think about the climax as the fireworks show and the orgasm as everything leading up to that point.


Your next best step now is…

Come and join me in The ME Spot Community by visiting http://TheMeSpotPodcast.com — it’s free to join & we’re having a blast! You belong there too!