By editor Simon Mothapo
To most people, multiple orgasms are something only women experience. In fact, most men are content with a single clench and squirt for every session. But, does it really have to be that way? According to Planned Parenthood, an orgasm is a release of muscular tension resulting from sexual activity. This causes contractions mainly within the genital and anal area. These contractions can also occur in other parts of the body. Multiple orgasms are more common in women. However, men can also teach themselves to have multiple orgasms during sex. Here are some of the things men can learn to achieve multiple orgasms:
Edging (AKA orgasm control)
This includes stimulating yourself until you feel like you want to come and then reducing the stimulation to lessen arousal.
This is rapidly contracting and relaxing your pelvic floor muscles (not your thigh or bum muscles). Learn more about Kegels here.
You can also practice breath control which plays a huge role in tantric sex.
The bottom line is, for both men and women, orgasms happen in a virtually similar way. It's a result of an increase in heart rate and blood flow to the genitals. So why can't both enjoy thrilling, intense orgasms?
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