A vaginal orgasm is an orgasm achieved through stimulation of the area around the g-spot—or, more generally, the first part of the vaginal canal.
For many years doctors have debated the existence of the vaginal orgasm.
Some argue that it is different from a clitoral orgasm; others state that it is the same thing achieved through a different route.
Recent studies have shown that an orgasm reached through stimulation of the g-spot activates an area of the brain different from the one activated by an orgasm achieved through stimulation of the clitoris.
This seems to confirm that women can, in fact, have two different types of orgasms.
The vaginal orgasm has been reported to be less intense and less localized than the clitoral orgasm.
In fact, it is often described as deep (originated inside the body) and radiating (throughout the body).
Vaginal orgasms are generally harder to achieve than clitoral orgasms.