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Published January 2022

Multiple Orgasms: How to give and recieve multiple orgasms

Multiple Orgasms: How to give and recieve multiple orgasms

For many people, orgasms are the goal of sex. And who can blame them? They feel great.

So experiencing multiple orgasms in one encounter can sound too good to be true. But it’s not – meet the multiple orgasm.

Experienced by people of all genders, the feeling of multiple orgasms varies for everyone but is often referred to as rolling waves of pleasure that intensify during periods of arousal.

Trust us, once you have mastered how to give multiple orgasms, there really is no looking back!

What is a multiple orgasm?

The term multiple orgasms refer to successive orgasms in a single encounter. For some people, that means a series of smaller orgasms culminating in a powerful climax at the end, while for others, it means multiple orgasms in a row.

The number of orgasms that are possible varies from person to person and is dependent on factors such as your sexual preferences, your anatomy, and your body. Generally speaking though, it is thought that up to five orgasms per session are around the maximum.

Sound too good to be true? Well, we can confirm that multiple orgasms are definitely the real deal… here’s how you can give them!

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How to give a woman a multiple orgasm

 Whether or not you are able to experience multiple orgasms depends on a lot of different factors including your overall health, libido, diet and hydration, as well as your age.

However, this said, there are lots of things that you can do to increase your chances of experiencing not one, not two, but multiple magical O’s!

Focus on foreplay

For many women, penetration alone isn’t enough for them to reach one orgasm, never mind multiple ones. So make sure you dedicate enough time to foreplay – remember, it’s not a race!

Lube up

For a woman to have multiple orgasms, they need to be comfortable. Lube can do wonders for your sexual pleasure, reducing friction and intensifying your sessions! So, make sure you stock up – check out our range of organic lubes here.

Try new positions

Learning about your partner’s body and trying new positions can really help them to experience multiple orgasms. Trying out new positions will help keep things exciting for both of you and find what feels good.

Take a break

Once your partner has reached orgasm, take a short break to recoup and re-energise. Use this moment to cuddle, kiss, talk, and connect on an emotional level while you gear up for round two…or three…or four!

How to give a man a multiple orgasm

Giving a man a multiple orgasms is typically more difficult. People with penises have to wait for a refractory period to pass before they’re ready for round two, but this doesn’t seem to be the case for those with vaginas.

But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible – far from it.

Practice edging

The most reliable way for a man to have multiple orgasms is to separate his orgasms from ejaculation. After all, while it’s virtually impossible for men to have multiple ejaculatory orgasms without a refractory period, they can climax multiple times in a row if they don’t release any semen.

To do this, you’ll need to encourage him to stop right before he ejaculates. This technique is known as edging.

Bring him almost to the point of climaxing, then stop. And keep repeating this.

Try out different positions

Switching positions during sex can help men control their ejaculation and erection, making it easier to have multiple orgasms. Try positions where it’s easy for your partner to stand up and pull out before he ejaculates.

Stimulate the prostate

Stimulating the prostate is one of the best ways to help your partner achieve multiple orgasms. A prostate orgasm, also known as an anal orgasm, is an orgasm that doesn’t involve penile ejaculation.

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