Ordinarily, I'll take the weakest of orgasms over no orgasm any day — because vanilla ice cream is still better than no ice cream at all. But it's difficult not to want to keep up with the Joneses, especially when you find out Mrs. Jones is experiencing mind-blowing multiple orgasms just over the white picket fence. Who doesn't want in on that? But hold up — aren't multiple orgasms basically mythical sex unicorns?
Here Are 5 Ways Men Can Have Multiple Orgasms
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By now, you've probably heard about the ways the deck is stacked against women when it comes to orgasming. It can be more complicated for a woman to figure out what works for her compared to the tragically simple "up-down" motion on a penis that seems to do the trick every time , and women just aren't having as many orgasms as men in general. But for all the drawbacks there's one huge upside: the ability to have multiple orgasms in a short window of time. Meaning that once you've mastered that first peak, the climb to the next one is absolutely obtainable. But Dr.
Is Every Woman Capable of Having Multiple Orgasms?
Even though it may feel like mission impossible, you can make her orgasm twice , according to a recent study from Indiana University and the sexual education site OMGYES. After asking 1, women across all age groups extremely detailed questions about what they like in bed, researchers found that a surprising 47 percent of women reported experiencing more than one orgasm. They also discovered exactly how you should be touching her clitoris to make her orgasm the first time. So, you know it can be done—but how do you get her there twice?
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.