An 8 minute long orgasm? Finally, I had somewhere to start my search. But less than 24 hours later… I was pissed off and dissatisfied.
As a society we carry a lot of entrenched ideas about sex. Perhaps one of the most deeply ingrained assumptions is that women can have multiple orgasms, and that men can't. But is that really true?
As a sexually active adult, you already know that women are blessed with the ability to orgasm over and over again ad infinitum without needing to take a break to recharge, reload, and revive their naughty bits. Common sense and conventional wisdom say no, you absolutely cannot cum more than once without a refractory period. Some people, however, beg to differ.
Men are really good at getting off. Those are pretty inspiring odds, especially when compared to the experience had by their female counterparts. But let it be known: guys can experience multiple orgasms, too. Most folks understand the male orgasm in terms of ejaculation.
They can learn how to have an orgasm without an ejaculation. The orgasm will feel different without the ejaculation, but it will still feel awesome. The man will maintain his erection and then can go on to have another orgasm with an ejaculation.
The expectations surrounding giving and having orgasms can make people feel inadequate or even strangers to their own bodies, especially for those who have never had an orgasm. Everybody wants to have better orgasmslonger orgasmsfaster orgasmsmore intense orgasmsg-spot vs. Being able to get your partner or yourself to climax over and over again has become a standard qualifier for good sex versus bad sex.
For any male, the sex act is not complete without orgasm. And the more mind-blowing an orgasm is, the more exciting it is. Compared to the male species in the biological chain, the human male specie has the shortest time for orgasm.
By delaying or avoiding ejaculation while allowing the orgasmic contractions and associated feelings of pleasure and release to overtake your body, you can experience successive orgasms on your own or with a partner. While most orgasms are accompanied by ejaculation, orgasm and ejaculation are considered distinct processes despite the fact that most men find that they occur simultaneously. Orgasm refers to the peak experience of sexual pleasure marked by gratifying contractions and a sense of satisfying sexual release though this definition will vary from person to person. When the male orgasm occurs in conjunction with ejaculation, you experience two sets of contractions:.
For me, it's a perk. This isn't the case for most men, due to something known as the refractory period. That's the scientific term for the span of time after sex when his penis returns to its flaccid state and cannot be touched without causing him to wince.
Speaking as a male, I can't think of anything that remotely equals the thrill of an orgasm. What's weird is that, for all the attention it receives, the male orgasm doesn't get talked about in much detail despite the fact that there can be a huge difference in intensity from one to the next. My guess is that the most women don't know this. With this information gap in mind, I set out to discover what, exactly, makes for the most bone-rattling, foundation-shaking male orgasms, and what women can do to encourage their arrival.