You have been blessed with the unfathomable, bordering-on-magic ability of back-to-back to back orgasms. Even at our peak, we'd have to go into the bathroom after orgasming and splash some water on our penis and give it a pep talk to get back out there. It seems like you just mainlined a triple latte after you orgasm. We orgasm and want to go to bed.
Everything You Need to Know About the Female Orgasm
Why Do Women Have Fewer Orgasms Than Men?
There's still a great deal of misunderstanding about the subject of simultaneous orgasm — which is when a couple achieve a climax at the same time. I've found that a lot of people think that both men and women are supposed to reach orgasm at the same moment every single time they have sex but, alas, in reality this just isn't true. The notion that simultaneous orgasm is the norm is simply a myth that's been created over the years by hundreds of romantic novels and erotic stories. The result of all this misunderstanding is that women get the impression that something is 'wrong' with them, which isn't the case at all. The truth is that, while simultaneous orgasms are nice, they are difficult to achieve - especially when you're young. When people talk about 'coming at the same time', they generally mean during intercourse, but climaxing during sex itself is actually far from easy. Up until the late s, few experts realised this.
Six things science has revealed about the female orgasm
An orgasm, for all the sparks and explosion, can be a complicated thing. Reaching orgasm happens more frequently for some than others. Researchers from the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction at Indiana University found that people of different genders and sexual orientations experience orgasm during sex with a familiar partner at different frequencies.
Top definition. Female Orgasm sex. Often dismissed as a myth, much like the unicorn or healthy fast food, the female orgasm does in fact exist.