Having an orgasm as a woman is absolutely amazing, but nothing to make a big fuss over. Over the course of history however, women's sexuality has been so repressed and punished, that our orgasms have been endlessly theorised on and defined by men. Freud, for example, hypothesised that young women have "clitoral orgasms" and that once women mature, they upscale to "vaginal orgasms". Recent research proves the obvious: women can orgasm in myriad of different ways and with different kinds of intensities — and age has nothing to do with any of it. Clitoral, vaginal, both at the same time or one leading to the other — it's all good.
You Can Have An Orgasm Using Only Your Brain, And Here's What You Need To Know About "Thinking Off"
Men Talk About What They Think Women Feel During an Orgasm - VICE
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. Since orgasms are fun and everyone deserves all the orgasms in the world, luxury sex toy company LELO put together a little guide on how to make the impossible possible, and explained some very interesting methods for those who want to experience the big-O twice in a row.
21 things you never knew about the male orgasm
During intercourse, as a man nears orgasm, his pelvic thrusts become less voluntary and more automatic, and the muscles of the penis begin to contract rhythmically in order to eject semen from the urethra. When an orgasm begins, heart rate, blood pressure, and respiration all increase. The orgasm marks the final stage of the arousal response in men.
Every woman has wondered what the male orgasm feels like at one point or another. Here, 20 guys try to describe the feeling of a male orgasm as best they can: 1. Total escapism.