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 timeand 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.
There will be a man and a woman and they are having sex. Up against a wall, in a bed, in a car, anywhere. Vertically, horizontally.
Giving your partner just one orgasm is cause for celebration. But giving your partner multiple orgasms? Well, that's enough reason to throw a freaking parade.
Let's get something straight: Having multiple orgasms isn't some exotic skill; it simply means having more than one peak during a single sex session — which could mean within minutes, hours, or an entire evening, says REDBOOK Love Network expert Lou Paget, author of The Big O. And it's easier for women to have multiple O's than for men because the female body doesn't go through a post-orgasm recovery period, meaning we can stay aroused longer and get heated up again and again. Want to give it a try?
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But you might be surprised to know that if you can reach one O, you're probably capable of having lots more immediately after—or, as the pros call it, multiple orgasms. Unfortunately, there isn't more recent research out there on this subject. But Vivienne Cass, Ph.
You know Venus, the Roman goddess of love, beauty, sex, and abundance? Abundance, after all. And guess what?
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.