Multiple orgasms - there's something
about the phrase that conjures up both
excitement and confusion. A lot
of mystery surrounds female multiple
orgasms and we intend to debunk any
myths about them. The purpose of
this article is to explain what multiple
orgasms are, how they work, and how you
can try to learn how to have multiple
orgasms for women.
Here's one of the most misunderstood
facts about multiple orgasms - both
men and women can have them.
Men don't necessarily have to ejaculate
to have an orgasm, although that's the
most common type of orgasms for men.
Women of all ages can experience
multiple orgasms. There are no
special requirements in order to be able
to achieve female multiple orgasms,
but keeping an open mind and having a
healthy sex life are both helpful
when you're trying to learn how to have
What Are Multiple Orgasms?
All at Once, or One Successive Orgasm
This is one of the more misunderstood
aspects of multiple orgasms. There
is a belief that multiple orgasms happen
all at once, with
different kinds of orgasms all
occurring at the same time - clitoral,
vaginal (G-spot), but this is not what
multiple orgasms are. While a very
strong (single) orgasm may involve the
different kinds of female orgasms,
multiple orgasms are by definition
happening at different times.
Typically, after a female reaches the
climax of her sexual response cycle and
orgasms, she is finished and has a
refractory period while her genitals
relax (as blood leaves). A
multi-orgasmic woman has the ability to
attain more than one orgasm in
succession without a refractory period.
In other words, she can reach climax
more than one time without a break
between orgasms. Many women find
that their genitals and clitoris are
extremely sensitive immediately after an
orgasm, and she can no longer
tolerate any more contact due to this
Multi-orgasmic females can reach at
least two successive orgasms
without a refractory period, while women
have the ability to keep going and going
until they've experienced enough
orgasms to tire themselves out.
Most women that have experienced
multiple orgasms had to learn how to
have more than one orgasm, and many of
them were self taught.
It's easier for some women to become
multi-orgasmic than others, and it
appears that some women might never
manage to experience multiple orgasms.
The first thing to consider is your
comfort with your sexuality. If
you're uncomfortable with sexuality, you
will be fighting an uphill battle trying
to have multiple orgasms.
Most women that have experienced
multiple orgasms explain that they
learned what they like to do during sex,
and the carry that to the next level.
More often than not, clitoral
stimulation is the key to achieving more
than one orgasm, but many women find
that their clitoris is too sensitive
after their first orgasm to consider
continuing stimulating. This is
where being comfortable with your
sexuality is important, and being able
to maintain the right frame of mind to
try to bring on another orgasm.
As every woman is different, you'll need
to find out what works for you.
Try to set some time aside and get
comfortable with yourself. Find
out what you really like, and what
pushes your buttons. After
you've climaxed once, slowly maintain
your stimulation and try to keep the
right frame of mind that you had just
before your first orgasm. You
might need to change your method of
stimulation for the second orgasm to
come through. Try to learn what
works for you, and always try to
maintain the right frame of mind.
It will take some practice, but the
results can be mind-blowing.